Daily Archive: May 1, 2017

Why can’t DMRC provide free drinking water, asks Delhi HC

Why can’t Delhi Metro provided free basic services like drinking water and sanitation to travellers at the metro stations, Delhi High Court asked on Monday. When the counsel for DMRC submitted that they were giving water at the stations at a nominal charge of Rs one per glass and also adding better services each day, the court rapped the corporation saying it was behaving like this as it had no competition.

How do South Delhi restaurants feel about letting women use their washrooms?

One of the hard things about being a woman in India is the lack of good public washrooms. For the men, the whole world is a toilet; for the women, it means being careful about drinking water. Therefore, the latest directive by the South Delhi Municipal Corporation, starting May 1, 2017, is a reason for cheer. Now, women and children get free access to washrooms in all South Delhi restaurants.

Summer special drinks at Royal China

Summer special drinks at Royal China

Royal China is a picture-perfect restaurant, complete with crisp tablecloths, romantic music and a stunning view of the Lotus Temple in the distance.

Other highlights on the menu include for summer special drink: Rose Sangaria, Berry Punch, Chilled Caramel Custard & Frozen Kiwi Margarita, Cinnamon & Chilly Martini with Smoking Strawberry Martini. Royal China is perfect for a nice quick sumptuous meal with friends or colleagues and it’s a fines selection of Food and Drinks menus provide in best quality in aberdeenshire.

7.00 to 11.45 PM

Meal for One: 1788 /-


Royal China, 16th Floor, Eros Corporate Tower,
Nehru Place, New Delhi-110019

Modi For Deeper Economic Ties With Turkey

New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday called for aggressive efforts to deepen economic ties with Turkey.

Speaking at a business event here, Modi said India and Turkey were making efforts to build stronger political ties but it was time to take aggressive steps to strengthen the economic relations.

Delhi govt orders crackdown against ‘unscrupulous’ petrol pumps

Hussain emphasised about the need to ensure that citizens obtain accurate and unadulterated quantities of fuel purchased by them.

New Delhi: Food and Civil Supplies and Consumer Affairs Minister Imran Hussain on Monday reviewed the measures being taken for the prevention of unlawful activities by unscrupulous petrol pump owners in a meeting with the Secretary, Legal Metrology and Controller, Weights and Measures and Legal Metrology Department along with other senior officers.