Delhi News

  • Not Part Of Anti-BJP Front, No Initiative From Congress On Alliance: AAP
    Senior Aam Aadmi Party party leader Sanjay Singh said that his party is not part of an anti-BJP formation or that it is in talks with the Congress for a possible alliance ahead of the general elections.
  • At Mega Delhi Rally For Ram Temple, RSS Man Targets "Those In Power"
    A huge right-wing rally to demand the fast-tracking of the Ram temple at Ayodhya is being held at Delhi's Ramlila grounds. The attending groups, which include the BJP's ideological mentor, the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh, want the government to pass an ordinance to bypass the legal process. The winter session of parliament -- the last full-fledged one before the Lok Sabha polls are announced -- begins on Tuesday.
  • VHP Rally LIVE Highlights: VHP Rally In Delhi Today In Push For Ram Temple
    In another push for the early construction of the Ram temple at Ayodhya, the Vishwa Hindu Parishad is holding a mega rally in Delhi today. With more than 1.5 lakh people expected to attend, the right-wing outfit has organised the rally to demand the construction of a Ram temple in Ayodhya. RSS general secretary Bhaiyyaji Joshi and other affiliates of the VHP are expected to gather at the Ramlila ground.
  • AAP Spars With BJP Over "Mass Deletion" Of Banias From Delhi Voters List
    As discontent brewed in Telangana over the mass deletion of names from its electoral rolls, a similar concern sparked off a social media battle between the BJP and the ruling Aam Aam Aadmi in the national capital on Saturday.
  • "Can't Tolerate Garbage Burning": Top Court Panel On Delhi Pollution
    Supreme Court-appointed Environment Pollution Control Authority Chairperson Bhure Lal Saturday said he visited various pollution hotspots in Delhi and found rampant illegal polluting activities especially garbage burning taking place in these areas.
  • Shift To Natural Gas: Green Panel To Meet Delhi Industries
    Supreme Court-appointed Environment Pollution (Prevention and Control) Authority (EPCA) will call a meeting specifically for industries in Delhi to discuss the progress from shifting from coal to natural gas, as it noted that the "ease of breathing" cannot be compromised for the "ease of business".
  • Delhi Doctor Charged Rs. 4,500 For "Treating" Gays, Gets Court Summon
    A doctor, who terms homosexuality as "genetic mental disorder" and uses electric shock to treat gay and lesbian people, has been summoned by a Delhi court as an accused for violating norms. Though Dr P K Gupta was penalized by the Delhi Medical Council (DMC), he was still indulging in this bizarre practice. The court took note of a complaint against the doctor by the DMC, which claimed that he was using hormonal and shock therapy to provide treatment.
  • Delhi's Air Quality Remains 'Very Poor', Overall Air Quality Index At 343
    The air quality in four areas -- Jahangirpuri and Nehru Nagar -- recorded severe air quality in Delhi.
  • At 7.6 Degree Celsius, Delhi Records Lowest Temperature For Season
    The Met office has forecast clear skies for the day ahead and haze and smoke towards the afternoon in Delhi.
  • Delhi Expected To Get "Chilly" By December 12
    Expected chilly winters to set in within a span of three days.
  • All India Radio Employee Found Guilty Of Sexual Harassment
    An All India Radio (AIR) official accused of sexual harassment by nine women employees has been demoted from his position and subjected to other salary cuts as he was found guilty, the National Commission for Women (NCW) said on Friday.
  • More Property Tax, Health Plans Part Of Proposed Delhi Civic Body Budget
    Hike in property tax, levying of professional and betterment taxes, and plans for a health scheme on the lines of Ayushman Bharat for Class IV employees were proposed by the NDMC in its budget today. North Delhi Municipal Commissioner Madhup Vyas presented the NDMC's revised budget estimates for 2018-19 and budget estimates for 2019-20 at the Civic Centre in the national capital.
  • Delhi Court To Hear Anshu Prakash Assault Case On January 30
    A Delhi Court today said it would hear on January 30 the chief secretary assault case in which Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and his deputy Manish Sisodia have been named as accused. Additional Chief Metropolitan Magistrate Samar Vishal was told by the counsel for Mr Kejriwal, Mr Sisodia and other AAP leaders that they have not been provided with complete documents annexed with the charge sheet filed by the Delhi Police.
  • Plea In Delhi High Court Demanding Women's Entry Into Nizamuddin <i>Dargah</i>
    Even as Sabarimala in Kerala continues to simmer over the Supreme Court verdict that allowed women of all ages to enter the Lord Ayyappa shrine, women law students have filed a plea with the Delhi High Court seeking directions to the Centre and other authorities to allow the entry of women into the sanctum sanctorum of Hazrat Nizamuddin Aulia Dargah in Delhi.
  • Delhi Has "Worst Air In The World" Today. 25-Crore Fine Makes Zero Impact
    At a time when Delhi has been revealed as the most polluted city in the world, fires continue to rage in its Neelwal locality despite a 2013 National Green Tribunal (NGT) order that clamped down on the burning of plastic. Ironically, this West Delhi area is situated just 30 km from the green court.

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