Lalu Prasad Yadav’s family members have decided to approach the Delhi High Court against the Income Tax department’s allegations of illegal share transfer.
Daily Archive: July 3, 2017
Delhi Metro launches QR code facility to buy metro tokens
03 Jul 2017
Delhi Metro launched Bharat Quick Response (QR) code facility, that enables metro travellers to recharge their smart cards or buy tokens using QR codes.
The Supreme Court on Monday asked the Election Commission of India (ECI) to file in two weeks its response on a plea for probe into the allegations that EVMs were tampered with in the assembly polls earlier this year.
Malaria cases to rise in the national capital with 125 cases reported this season while chikungunya has affected 153 people, according to a municipal report released on Monday. The number of dengue cases recorded till July 1 has touched nearly 100.
Sacked Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leader Kapil Mishra was marshalled out of the Delhi Assembly during the special session Monday after he called speaker Ram Nivas Goel ‘Dhritarashtra’, news agency PTI reported. This is the third time that Mishra has been evicted from the House since May.
To protest against the oil marketing companies ‘failure’ to install 100 per cent automated system at petrol pumps and ‘lack of transparency’ in the daily dynamic pricing of fuel, the All India Petrol Dealers’ Association has announced a country-wide ‘no-purchase’ protest on July 5
NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court today granted the last opportunity to the Maharashtra government to remove illegal encroachments on 908 square metre area on the approach road and near the historic Haji Ali Dargah shrine in south Mumbai.
Lehri Singh, a 52-year-old daily wage labourer, has never been in an airplane. A resident of Kishorepur village in Gautam Buddha Nagar’s Jewar area, Singh earns around Rs 7,000-10,000 every month – hardly enough for him, or the three generations before him that lived in the area, to see the premises of an airport. "When the airport is built here, I want to sit on a plane. We are giving our land for the airport; we will get an opportunity to travel in a plane, won’t we?" asks Singh.
More than a month has passed since the National Green Tribunal in a landmark order on May 19 had banned open defecation on the floodplains of Yamuna. It had directed the authorities, including Delhi police, to impose a fine of Rs5,000 on defaulters.
According to the plea, Saket malls have failed to fulfill their obligations of complying with various statutory laws and compromised safety.