Those with motor power up to 650W will be allowed to ply on city roads

A day after a traffic police constable was allegedly fatally knocked down by a motorist when he tried to stop his vehicle for checking, Lieutenant-Governor Najeeb Jung on Monday approved the format

With the ‘Gujarat Model’ of development being one of the most talked about topic during the election campaign, the Delhi Government has sent three teams to Gujarat to study successful projects in v

With the Delhi Government deciding to merge the Anna Shree Yojna with the Food Security Scheme launched by the UPA Government in September last year, officials said around 7.5 lakh more people would start getting their entitlements under the scheme from April.

At present, around 32 lakh people are receiving highly subsidised rations in the city under the Food Security Scheme.

Heavy penalty for dumping malba and garbage in open drains and by the roadside in the city could soon become a reality.

The National Green Tribunal on Wednesday asked the civic agencies “why in addition to a meagre fine provided under the Municipal Corporation Act in this regard, the Tribunal should not invoke the “polluter pay principle” and direct payment of much higher costs on throwing garbage, malba (debris)” on roads, in drains and even by the roadside.

Kejriwal threatens to resign if the Bill is defeated

The Aam Aadmi Party government has decided to table the Jan Lokpal Bill in the Assembly on Friday, with Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal reiterating on Thursday that he will resign if the Congress and the BJP legislators “seek voting on introduction of the Bill and defeat it”.

Transport company DIMTS is a joint venture between State govt and IDFC.