Court had earlier cited an apex court judgment explaining that fundamental right did not extend to profess religion to worshiping at any and every public place.

The Delhi government plans to convert several single-carriageway flyovers in the capital into two-carriageway flyovers to ease the traffic load.

Two new bridges are likely to be constructed across the Yamuna upstream of Wazirabad to improve connectivity between North and Northeast Delhi, besides that with Uttar Pradesh.

The absence of any kind of measures to regulate e-rickshaws is one of the reasons why so many of them have started plying on Delhi roads over the past one year.

The Transport department has started impounding e-rickshaws in accordance with decisions taken during a meeting taken in Chief Secretary’s office on April 15.

You can now sell a portion of your Floor Area Ratio (FAR) to another developer or landowner under the modified land pooling policy in Master Plan-2021 passed by the Urban Development Ministry.

The aim of the policy is to involve private parties in the development of real estate for residential and commercial purposes in the capital, something only the Delhi Development Authority (DDA) was doing till now.

New Delhi : A proposed amendment for allowing high rise buildings has been introduced in the Master Plan Delhi-2021 during the review process of the document.

The Delhi Development Authority (DDA) is looking to redefine "Zone O", under which falls the Yamuna riverbed, so that colonies like Sonia Vihar and Jaitpur, which have come up on the floodplains, can be excluded from the zone and regularised.

This exercise has been undertaken after directions from L-G's office. According to sources, while an aerial survey of the built-up area has been done, a ground verification will have to be taken up before arriving at a final decision.

New Delhi The Delhi government is drafting a new legislation that will provide a one-time amnesty to several illegal constructions, currently exempt from demolition on a temporary basis.

The Union government had cleared a special legislation in 2006, offering amnesty to thousands of illegal constructions that were in line to be sealed or razed. The Delhi Laws (Special Provisions) Act was passed by Parliament on May 19, 2006, and has been extended several times since — with the latest extension valid till December 31, 2014.

Multi-level parking lots may be touted as the answer to parking problems in the city, but many of the automated or conventional parking projects that were supposed to be constructed by the Municipa