As Delhi opens up, the Capital’s leading restaurateurs warm up to the idea of franchising
In its order, Additional Sessions Judge Vinod Yadav had pulled up the police for lack of efficacy and fairness in the investigation in the case.
The Commission has also conducted a social survey of all these women to help the government in the rehabilitation process.
A total of 1500 visitors will be allowed in each slot.
The registration process for MPhil and PhD also began on Monday and the last date for registration of the programmes is August 21.
The BJP's West Bengal unit alleged that Banerjee wants to be away from the state for a few days as she is facing criticism over the fake COVID vaccination scandal and other issues.
Sirsa is facing probe in the case of alleged misappropriation of funds during his tenure as the secretary-general of Delhi Sikh Gurudwara Management Committee.
HC asks Centre, Delhi government to respond to plea over using derogatory word on caste certificates
The court issued notices and asked the Central and Delhi governments to file their replies to the petition.
The focus of Monday's 'Kisan Sansad' was the Essential Commodities Amendment Act, 2020 and the farmers' demand for the enactment of a law guaranteeing MSP for their crops.
The court issued notices and sought responses of the Centre, Delhi government and the city's civic bodies on the petition which said that absence of gender-neutral toilets goes against SC directions.
A call about the fire was received at 9.04 am after which four fire tenders were rushed to the spot.
Minto Bridge success shows the familiar story of monsoon rains sinking Delhi, and tall claims of preparedness, can be changed if authorities show the will, writes Gayathri Mani
The Delhi High Court on Monday will hear a plea by seven doctors’ associations against Yoga guru Ramdev for allegedly spreading misinformation against allopathy amid the pandemic.
Delhi Metro trains start running with 100 per cent seating capacity; standing not allowed in coaches
The Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) till Sunday was running trains with 50 per cent seating capacity, after the services had resumed after a long hiatus on June 7.
Accused Ramchand Karunakaran, who played a prominent role in siphoning off funds, was one of the directors of IL&FS Rail Ltd and the managing director of IL&FS Transportation Network Ltd.