A clinic was sealed in the city for allegedly conducting pre-natal sex determination
Delhiites continued to reel under hot and humid conditions today with the maximum temperature expected to settle at 37 degrees Celsius.
A senior police official probing the murder of a woman, daughter-in-law of a leading businessman of Uttar Pradesh, was taken off the investigation on Friday after he kissed the main accused, the woman's husband, on the forehead.
Violent protests, candle marches, even hunger strikes - civil services aspirants in Delhi have done it all, hoping the government will bow down to their demands.
The East Delhi Municipal Corporation has begun to issue notices to sweet shops that use areas outside their premises for preparing sweets.
Delhi Lt. Governor Najeeb Jung today agreed to measures suggested by a high-powered committee to curb air and water pollution in the national capital.
Two people were arrested and 336 kg cannabis worth Rs.30 lakh was recovered from their possession, police said here today.
Senior Indian Police Service or IPS officer Alok Verma will soon take over as the new Director General of Tihar Jail in the national capital.
Over 60,000 students of Delhi University (DU) pledged against drug abuse and ragging in a two-day-long campaign organised by a Non-governmental Organisation (NGO) in partnership with the Delhi Police.
The Delhi University has appointed a team of officials for facilitating the conduct of upcoming elections of the office-bearers and members of the Central Council of Delhi University Students Union (DUSU).
A lethal women commando squad trained in Filipino martial art and capable of neutralising a threat using innocuous objects like pen or hairpin would now patrol coaches and stations of Delhi Metro to ensure safety of passengers, especially women.
Writing and reading enthusiasts who wish for their talent to be spotted and honed, will get an opportunity courtesy, a weekly Readers' and Writers' Club is set to be launched on August 7.
The National Human Rights Commission today issued notice to the Delhi government over reports of medical negligence leading to a child's birth outside a government hospital.
It will be a partly cloudy Friday in Delhi with the possibility of light rain and thunderstorm in some parts of the city, the Met Office said.
Two technicians suffocated to death in a fire at a medical laboratory in the early hours of Thursday, police said.