The civil construction work of Delhi Metro’s phase-III would begin in November this year after the DMRC received the Centre’s nod for the upcoming projects on Tuesday.

High on symbolism and evocative speeches, the call for a ‘second freedom struggle’ by Anna Hazare and other proponents of the Lokpal Bill on the 69th anniversary of the Quit India Movement fell sev

Court rejects contention that running shelters in summer is a waste of money

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.

‘We want to be ready for the Renewable Power Obligation that is likely to be announced soon'

The accent on clean and green energy becoming more pronounced, power distribution company North Delhi Power Limited (NDPL) has lined up half a dozen more plants to be commissioned over the next few months.

A year after the Delhi government issued a stricture to ban the use of mercury-based instruments in hospitals, as much as 90 kg of the liquid metal has been sold by over 60 hospitals.

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.

New Delhi: In a severe criticism of the government’s massive fertilizer subsidy bill, the CAG said the huge expenditure has neither increased domestic production of fertilizers, nor made available

New Delhi: TOI had on August 4, 2011, reported extensively on how CAG had pointed out irregularities in projects related to streetscaping, signage, streetlights, construction of roads and flyovers,

The report of the Comptroller and Auditor General (CAG) has stated that during 2008-09, Delhi Transport Corporation (DTC) procured 2,500 low floor buses (1,000 AC and 1,500 Non-AC) at an inordinate