There was no respite from the searing heat in Delhi with the minimum temperature shooting up four notches above the average at 30.5 degrees Celsius early on Saturday. The Met Office has forecast another sizzling day ahead for the capital.
Gearing up for its electoral debut in the upcoming Delhi Assembly polls, Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) today announced the names of 44 shortlisted candidates for 12 constituencies.
Two Bachelor in Computer Application (BCA) students were killed after the car they were travelling in collided against an electric pole in New Delhi, police said in New Delhi on Friday.
The searing heat today pushed the power demand in the city to over 5,200 megawatt, the highest of the year.
Uttar Pradesh has fixed the breach in upper Ganga canal and restored water supply to Delhi, which will ease water shortage in various areas of East and South Delhi.
The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) staged a demonstration near Delhi Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit's residence in the capital today demanding her resignation over alleged misuse of public money ahead of the 2008 assembly polls.
With assembly election just months away, Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi today asked party leaders in Delhi to work in unity to ensure a fourth successive victory for the party in the polls and sent out a clear message that indiscipline will not be tolerated by him.
Security agencies have decided to bring Delhi metro stations under increased surveillance cover and share intelligence in case of any untoward activity to the facilities in the wake of recent incidents of firing and people organising protests on rail tracks.
Delhi today recorded its hottest day in the last five years with temperature touching 45.7 degrees.
About 30 activists of the BJP's youth wing protesting against the UPA-II government's corruption scandals were detained when they were trying to march towards Connaught Place in central Delhi.