Delhi Police today told a court here that it has charge sheeted former city law minister and AAP leader Somnath Bharti for molestation and other offences in a case pertaining to his purported midnight raid on a house where some African women were residing.
The city government on Tuesday told the Delhi High Court that it has issued an order for compulsory registration of private placement agencies providing domestic workers while making it clear that all such unregistered firms will have to shut down after October 25.
Proceedings in six Delhi district courts were paralysed on Monday following a strike by lawyers against the "delay in enhancement of pecuniary jurisdiction of trial courts despite a Delhi High Court recommendation" in this regard.
The Delhi Division of Railways has put together an arsenal of 10,000 brooms for use by a battery of volunteers, including schoolchildren and top officials and lawmakers, when they attack garbage at its facilities on October 2 in a first-of-its-kind exercise.
An armed squad of about 100 CISF commandos has taken over the security of Pragati Maidan, the sprawling exhibition facility in the heart of the national capital, in order to thwart possible threats to the lakhs of people visiting it.