At least 11 five-star hotels in the national capital, including the iconic Taj and Claridges, are on the tax defaulter list of New Delhi Municipal Council (NDMC) with their total dues amounting to Rs 320 crore. The civic body, in a report prepared at the end of the 2016-17 fiscal, has identified these hotels among 166 alleged defaulters, which have dues pending above Rs 10 lakh for the last four years.
All work and no play makes Dr Jack a dull boy. So the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) has decided that the good doctor must play, eat well and relax. And, occasionally, watch a film or two.
As his Aam Aadmi Party grapples with the stinging defeat in the Delhi municipal elections, Arvind Kejriwal today admitted that the party had "made mistakes", adding that there was need to "introspect and course correct".
The Delhi Transport Corporation (DTC) is all set to introduce from May 1 special, air- conditioned buses between residential localities in the suburbs and office areas to provide comfortable and seamless travel experience to office-goers.
Taking a cue from Yogi Adityanath's government in Uttar Pradesh, the Delhi government today announced it has decided to cancel public holidays marking the birth or death anniversary of eminent personalities.
In the backdrop of allegations that the state government was singling out a particular community for creating nuisance on Goa beaches, Tourism Minister Manohar Ajgaonkar has said that all those operating illegally in the coastal destination, would face action.