Many colonies exist only on paper, yet all documents filed by society office bearers, architects

It is the habit of successive governments of condoning illegalities that appear to have emboldened the land mafia which is desperately trying to grab public land in Delhi through the process of regularisation.

On the basis of the findings of the four-member committee constituted to decide on the infrastructure that would be allowed to come up in and around farm houses, the Delhi Government would submit i

Delhi Assembly committee to send detailed recommendation to Sheila

While the fish are dying, chances are many migratory water-birds may not make it to the Okhla Bird Sanctuary this year

Delhi Government formulates a fresh initiative with the least resistance from residents and traders

While the earlier plans to restore and renovate Chandni Chowk had not taken off the drawing board, the Delhi Government has now come up with an initiative that intends to improve the look and facilities in the historic area with the least resistance from the residents and traders.

Delay in putting up seniority list of persons whose land has been acquired
The Central Information Commission has noted with concern that there have been repeated delays by the Delhi Government's Land and Building Department in the matter of putting up “the seniority list of persons whose land has been acquired and also a list of persons to whom recommendations for alternative plots has been made”.

Sheila for bringing Chief Ministers under Lokpal's jurisdiction
Realising that Anna Hazare's fast for the Jan Lokpal Bill has struck a chord with a large number of Delhiites, both the Delhi Cabinet and the Opposition BJP on Wednesday tried to score brownie points over the issue by demanding a stronger Lokpal.

Noting that the Delhi Government has taken a bold initiative to plant one million saplings during this monsoon season, the Commission said at the same time it is also necessary to protect and preserve the existing trees of the city.

A large number of farmers from villages across Delhi participated in a meeting organised by Bhoomi Bachao Andolan at Kanjhawala in North-West Delhi recently. While there was unanimity of opinion that efforts were being made by governments across the country to deprive the farmers of their land and that this practice should be stopped immediately, a number of constructive suggestions were also made, said Andolan convener Bhupinder Rawat.

All 2,700 of them to go by March 2010, promises Delhi