A local company in Delhi has introduced a mobile application that enables users book autos and cabs without the hassles of waiting by the roadside or through the internet or phone calls.
Three businessmen have been found dead in a Honda City parked in South Delhi's RK Puram neighbourhood.
A man, along with his four family members, has been acquitted by a Delhi court of the charges of cruelly treating his wife for dowry which led to her death.
Three men were found unconscious on Monday night in a car in Delhi. They died after being taken to hospital, police said on Tuesday.
The Aam Admi Party or AAP National Convenor Arvind Kejriwal is likely to move back to Kaushambi, his place of residence prior to him moving to official accomodation as Delhi Chief Minister at Tilak Lane, sources said.
High levels of humidity made the weather hot and sultry today with the maximum temperature settling close to 36 degrees Celsius in Delhi.
Delhi University's new session started on Monday after the rollback of the controversial four-year under-graduate programme or FYUP. But students already enrolled under it claimed they were in 'no man's land'.
A Delhi court today granted bail to three Aam Admi Party or AAP members who were arrested for allegedly putting up banners with provocative messages to create enmity between different groups.
Three people have been detained by the police for allegedly beating a Naga man from Manipur to death, in the heart of Delhi late last night, say sources.
A Naga man from Manipur was beaten to death, allegedly by a group of five or six men, in the heart of Delhi late last night.
A 55-year-old man was killed and his 29-year-old relative was seriously injured after the roof of a house collapsed in Delhi, police said on Monday.
Arvind Kejriwal met Delhi Lt Governor Najeeb Jung along with his party's 26 other Delhi legislators this morning to discuss the political situation in the national capital.
Delhiites experienced a warm and sultry morning today with humidity levels rising to over 80 per cent.
There is no shortage of onions, potatoes and tomatoes in Delhi and the current stock of these items in the national capital is higher than what it was in the corresponding period last year, Delhi government claimed on Sunday.
After the ambitious Four Year Undergraduate programme (FYUP) became a history for the Delhi University, the chaos and confusion over the course seems to have settled down as the new academic session is all set to begin tomorrow.