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The state explorer's new chairman, D K Sarraf, says some gas might not be viable at even $8 an mBtu

The government is under attack for allowing an increase in domestic gas prices from April 1 but state-run Oil and Natural Gas Corporation said on Tuesday production from its Krishna-Godavari (K-G) basin block would be barely viable at the old one.

Delhiites who have benefitted from the Aam Aadmi Party government’s free-water scheme may continue to get the subsidy if the State Government responds to the Delhi Jal Board’s plea for funds before

With President’s rule in place in Delhi, Lt-Governor Najeeb Jung on Wednesday held a meeting with Delhi Jal Board (DJB) officials, directing the water utility to ensure effective implementation of

The court passed the order as there was "no clarity" on whether the Delhi cabinet had taken a decision to implement the subsidy

The Delhi High Court today directed the city government not to implement the 50% subsidy announced by it to people who did not pay their power bills from October 2012 to December 2013.

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”.

Departments Sit On Draft While Air Quality Gets As Bad As Beijing’s; No Check On Emissions

There is now mounting evidence that Delhi’s air quality is comparable to, if not worse than, Beijing’s notoriously poor air quality. But, the second-generation action plan for Delhi’s pollution-—drafted to deal with the deteriorating air quality after CNG introduction—doesn’t seem to have been finalized almost two years after it was prepared. All the government departments are still to give their response, and seem to be in no hurry to finalize the plan.

The Delhi government headed by the Aam Admi Party wants the Supreme Court to hold two Union petroleum ministry officials guilty of contempt over what it says is the inadequate allocation of compres

New Delhi: Scrapping the Ambedkar Nagar-Moolchand Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) corridor, which was one of the issues raised by AAP during its poll campaign, should not prove to be more difficult than de

In what will be a big blow to global multi-brand retailers making them even more wary about investing in India, the Delhi government has decided not to allow them to set up outlets in the capital.

Lieutenant-Governor Najeeb Jung on Monday warned power distribution companies that their licences may be cancelled if they didn’t abide by rules and cooperate with the CAG audit.