Siddhanta Mishra

Delhi parking cost to rise if air quality dips

The Graded Response Action Plan (GRAP) has also stated implementing the car-rationalising 'Odd- Even' policy among the many measures to control the smog levels in the air of Delhi.

18 Oct 2017

Missing JNU student: Students along with Najeeb's mother protest at Delhi High Court

After sitting on protest at the CBI headquarters earlier, Fatima Nafees and members of JNU Student Union protested against the alleged mishandling of the case and behavior of the police.

16 Oct 2017

Shops to pay upto Rs 1 lakh fine under waste segregation by-laws

The committee appointed by Delhi High Court to formulate by-laws for waste segregation has come down heavily on commercial establishments in the capital for failing to adhere to the norms.

15 Oct 2017

Sexual intercourse with minor wife verdict: Meet the two petitioners

The petitioners in the case in which the Supreme Court overturned the age-old practice of child marriage operates out of a humble home-cum-office in Noida, on the outskirts of Delhi.

12 Oct 2017

SC order on sex with minor wife will open up many debates in the country: Petitioner in the case

The petitioners of the case that has overturned the ancient heritage and practice of child marriage operate out of a humble home-office in Noida.

11 Oct 2017

DM’s war room gets upbeat response

It has been decided that a list of all good doctors at various authority-run hospitals will be issued. 

08 Oct 2017

NRIs push for Yamuna restoration with online signature petition

While desperate efforts are on by the government to save the Yamuna river from dying, a few NRIs have taken it upon themselves to seek guidance and technical help from the British Parliament in cleani

01 Oct 2017

MCDs trying quick and dirty tactics for clean zones

As the third anniversary of the Swachh Bharat Mission approaches, the municipal bodies’ dream of announcing their zones open-defecation free seems to be dirty.

01 Oct 2017

Partiers playing loud music to pay Rs 10,000 advance to Municipal Corporation of Delhi

The South Municipal Corporation of Delhi has decided to take an advance payment from people planning to use DJs at their parties in the open.

24 Sep 2017

DERC’s Sanjivani for Ramlila events

After subsidised power connections to the capital’s gaushalas, now Ramlila events in Delhi will enjoy cheaper power as per the new orders of the Delhi Electricity Regulatory Commission.

17 Sep 2017

Delhi cows will enjoy special subsidised power at gaushalas

It’s the era of the bovine! Cows are being empowered and the city’s gaushala residents will get special treatment.

10 Sep 2017

No efforts to increase waste to energy plants’ capacity

Several reminders from the Lieutenant General, Anil Baijal’s office, to increase the output of Waste to Energy (WTE) plants at the dumping sites in the capital, proved to have fallen on deaf ears of t

10 Sep 2017

Four hospitals of death killed over 1,500 in January

The Guru Tegh Bahadur Hospital admits more than 250 patients daily with a budget of Rs 350 crore per annum.

03 Sep 2017

Bawana result to seal fate of parties for 2019 elections

Bawana by-election result, which will be declared on Monday, will be a ground check of the popularity of the political parties before the 2019 general elections.

27 Aug 2017

Where have all the patients gone?

Of the 729 total cases of malaria, dengue and chikungunya in the city since January 2017, almost half are ‘missing’.

27 Aug 2017