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.
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.
A day after a three-year-old boy fell into boiling sugar syrup and died after being hit by a speeding e-rickshaw, the Delhi High Court has ordered the vehicles off the road, "as off now".
Two persons have been arrested for allegedly cheating people by demanding money for offering jobs in a reputed company, police said today.
Night shelters meant exclusively for homeless women will be built in the national capital before the winter season, a statement from Lt. Governor Najeeb Jung's office said on Thursday.
In December, 2013, when Arvind Kejriwal's Aam Aadmi Party, or the AAP, made a blockbuster debut in the Delhi assembly polls, winning 28 of 70 seats, one of their most vociferous backers were the auto-rickshaw drivers. The former chief minister is back to courting them again by addressing a rally at Ramlila Maidan today.
A three-year-old boy, who fell into a huge pot containing boiling sugar syrup after being hit by a speeding e-rickshaw in Trilokpuri area, East Delhi, has succumbed to his injuries.
In a bid to strengthen AAP's support base in the national capital, party's National Convenor Arvind Kejriwal will address a rally of auto drivers at the Ramlila Maidan in Delhi today.
In a good news for Delhi, the government today said electricity bills of 84 per cent of households in the capital will come down immediately even as it promised better infrastructure, more hospitals and educational institutions to make it a 'world class city'.
A website and SMS service was launched at Hindu Rao Hospital today to provide information about its various health facilities, doctors and departments so that patients and visitors can have a hassle-free visit.
Six people, including two Afghan nationals, were arrested in the capital and 36 kg of heroin valued at Rs.125 crore in the international market seized from them, police said on Wednesday.
Former Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has finally vacated his Tilak Lane government accommodation and shifted to his old flat in Kaushmambi.