Chief minister Arvind Kejriwal has said his government will act against officials who are responsible for bills of suppliers not being paid which has led to a medicine crunch at hospitals run by it. He has in a letter instructed Delhi's top bureaucrat Chief Secretary MM Kutty to respond by tomorrow on why bills have not been paid and asked him to build a system to ensure officers are held responsible for such lapses.
The Delhi government will act against officers responsible for 'non-payment' of bills to suppliers of medicines in its hospitals and may 'deduct' salaries of officers behind lapses, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said.
Barely a week after a Nashik businessman died after he was thrown off a bridge for reprimanding speeding bikers, a group of young men thrashed a driver with leather belts inside a Bandra residential society because he allegedly asked one of them not to park in front of the gate.
A 75-year-old farmer divided his land worth crores between his three sons, on the promise they would give him Rs 5,000 each as monthly maintenance, but is now left to work in other farms and beg on the streets for daily living
After the froth, the flames - one of Bengaluru's two biggest lakes is following its pattern with a large fire reported this morning, hours after foam shot up from the water and sprayed drivers in the crowded eastern part of India's Silicon Valley.
An Indian Administrative Service (IAS) officer drowned in the swimming pool of a training institute in south Delhi last night, reportedly after he jumped in to save a woman colleague during a party. The officer's family has asked for an investigation, saying that he was a good swimmer.
Marks and Spencer, Louis Vuitton, Gucci, Nine West - top global brands are suddenly calling Kolkata in a panic: Will Kolkata's tanneries be able to supply their high-quality leather anymore after the ban on sale of cattle for slaughter at animal markets?
At least 96 cases of chikungunya have been reported in Delhi this year, with 10 of them being recorded this month, even as authorities are gearing up to combat any outbreak situation of the vector-borne diseases.
Residents of Vadodara swept record books on Sunday. The city entered the Guinness book of world records for most people sweeping a single venue. 5,058 people came together to sweep the venue as 50,000 spectators cheered them on in their attempt.
Written by Maya Sharma | Monday May 29, 2017, Bengaluru
A protest in Bengaluru this evening demanding the right to eat beef was disallowed in the heart of the city after it became clear through online posts that the organisers planned to cook and eat beef at the event.
A 40-year-old woman was axed to death by a young man in full public view in Punjab's Kila Raipur village, around 30 kms from Ludhiana. The incident happened on Sunday morning, when the woman, Sarbjit Kaur, was walking back home.