Delhi Business Information Directory

Delhi Business Information Directory

  • 3rd May, 2021 Deccan Herald
    • Two Delhi civic bodies okay use of cow dung for cremation as Covid - 19 deaths surge
      Amid a surge in the number of Covid-19 fatalities and a shortage of wood, two civic bodies in the national capital have given a nod to the use of cow dung and stubble mixture for the cremation of bodies. North Delhi Municipal Corporation Mayor, Jai Prakash said cow sheds under NDMC's jurisdiction have been asked to install machines that will convert cow dung into dung cakes.
    • Delhi go top of IPL, Sunrisers' Buttler hits maiden T20 ton
      Delhi Capitals climbed to the top of the Indian Premier League with a seven-wicket win over Punjab Kings on Sunday after Rajasthan Royals' Jos Buttler struck his maiden Twenty20 century. Victory took 2020 runners-up Delhi two points above Chennai Super Kings, who have a game in hand. Punjab suffered a setback before the match when captain KL Rahul was hospitalised with acute
  • 29th April, 2021 Deccan Herald
  • 28th April, 2021 Deccan Herald
    • Delhi's woes continue: Scramble for beds and oxygen, deaths on streets
      The same tale is repeating in the national capital -- a scramble for hospital beds and oxygen that lead to nowhere, innumerable lives lost. Grocery shop owner M B Prakash and his sister-in-law drove for five hours across the national capital looking for an admission for his Covid-19 positive 75-year-old father, who was struggling to breathe. But despite driving into four
    • Corpses wait in 20 - hour queues for last rites at Delhi crematoriums
      Under the high tin roof, 50 funeral pyres burned fiercely on Tuesday, the hot air filled with smoke, fine ash and muted sobs of shell-shocked famlies.   Nearby, lying unattended on the floor, and in scores of parked vehicles, more corpses awaited their turn, which relatives were told would come 16 to 20 hours later.  Shaking Delhi's spirit and soul, an unimaginable tragedy is
  • 19th April, 2021 Deccan Herald
  • 28th March, 2021 Deccan Herald
    • In Delhi duel, more teeth to LG and a biting backlash
      March 24 saw unprecedented political moves and manoeuvres as the ruling BJP pushed the controversial Government of National Capital Territory of Delhi (Amendment) Bill earmarking more powers to the Lieutenant Governor in the Rajya Sabha. Nine out of 12 Trinamool Congress MPs flew into Delhi from West Bengal, leaving the campaigning for the Assembly polls midway, only to take
  • 19th March, 2021 Deccan Herald
    • Woman who turned 100 during pandemic gets first Covid shot in Delhi
      Sindh-born Kamla Das who turned 100 during the height of the pandemic in Delhi last September, got her first shot of Covid-19 vaccine here on Thursday, her daughter said. The centenarian woman, wife of late Maj Gen (retd) Chand N Das, was born on September 3, 1920, and said the jab was "totally painless".
  • 18th March, 2021 Deccan Herald
  • 16th March, 2021 Deccan Herald
    • Covid - 19: Over 39K people vaccinated in Delhi; 107 - year - old man gets his first shot
      Over 39,000 beneficiaries received anti-Covid-19 vaccine shots in the national capital on Monday, including 21,622 senior citizens, as per official data. In the age bracket, 45-59 years, 3,429 beneficiaries received the jabs, a senior official said. On Wednesday 30,940 people had received shots. The number had fallen to 29,441 on Thursday. On Friday, the count rose again to
  • 15th March, 2021 Deccan Herald
    • Kejriwal government's plan to bring Olympics to Delhi in 2048: Is India there yet?
      Earlier in the week, Delhi Deputy CM Manish Sisodia, while presenting the Budget, vowed that his government has pledged to bid for the Olympics venue for 2048.  "Our government aims to bring the sports facilities and the atmosphere towards sports competitions to such a level through the new Sports University so that we can apply to host the 39th Olympic sports competitions for
  • 11th March, 2021 Deccan Herald
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  • 28th February, 2021 Deccan Herald
  • 22nd February, 2021 Deccan Herald
    • A year later, 557 out of 1,753 people arrested over Delhi riots out on bail
      1,753 arrests in 755 FIRs, 1,553 named in 342 charge sheets, 53 killed and 581 injured including 108 police personnel — this is north-east Delhi riots in nutshell as the first anniversary of the communal riots approaches on Tuesday. Police say investigations are on to solve the remaining almost 350 unsolved riots cases even as it faces criticism of targeting Muslims and
  • 18th February, 2021 Deccan Herald
    • Delhi Police draw flak over 'illegal' arrest of Disha Ravi
      Delhi Police on Monday came under criticism for the "illegal" arrest of young climate activist Disha Ravi in the toolkit case, with lawyers and activist groups claiming that investigators and the Duty Magistrate violated norms and procedures.
  • 17th February, 2021 Deccan Herald
    • Delhi police has led by example, says Union Minister Kishan Reddy
      Union Minister G Kishan Reddy on Tuesday lauded the Delhi Police for showing patience, bravery and restraint during the January 26 violence here and said the force has led by example, according to a statement. The minister of state for home was speaking at the 74th Raising Day of the Delhi Police. Delhi is always at the centre of all activities and hence, it is always on the
  • 16th February, 2021 Deccan Herald
    • DH Toon: Delhi Police arrest activist in 'toolkit' case
      Delhi police cited a controversial toolkit on the ongoing farmers' protest to arrest young climate change activist Disha Ravi from Bengaluru on February 14. The toolkit first came into prominence after Swedish climate change activist Greta Thunberg tweeted a link to it on February 3 but subsequently deleted it. Read More
  • 15th February, 2021 Deccan Herald
    • 6.3 magnitude earthquake hits Tajikistan; tremors felt in Delhi, NCR
      A high-intensity earthquake hit Tajikistan on Friday night, tremors of which were felt in Delhi NCR and several other parts of north India. The seismology department at first erroneously gave the epicentre as Amritsar and put the quake's depth at 19 km. It later sent a revised statement to confirm the quake was in Tajikistan. It ascribed the error to a software mistake.
  • 14th February, 2021 Deccan Herald
    • Delhi violence aimed at discrediting farmers' stir, says NCP supremo Sharad Pawar
       In a veiled attack on the BJP, NCP chief Sharad Pawar on Saturday cited "complaints" to claim that people close to the ruling party were associated with the January 26 violence during a tractor rally in New Delhi, which he said was aimed at "discrediting" the stir. Speaking at an event here, Pawar slammed the Narendra Modi government for not considering the demands of the
  • 13th February, 2021 Deccan Herald
    • Delhi Police chief reviews arrangements at border points in view of farmers' protest
      Delhi Police Commissioner S N Shrivastava on Saturday reviewed the law and order situation and arrangements at various borders points of the national capital in view of the agitation by farmers protesting the three agri laws, officials said. During the crime review meeting held with senior officers of the force, the police chief also took stock of action taken against
  • 5th February, 2021 Deccan Herald
  • 4th February, 2021 Deccan Herald
    • Breaking the cycle: Mumbai youth pedals to Delhi and back
      Work from home can often get boring but a Mumbai youth broke the monotonous cycle as he pedalled from his hometown to New Delhi and back -- all of this while still hustling and attending work Zoom calls.   25-year-old IT professional Andrew Menezes saw it all -- beaches, mountains, jungles, rural, semi-urban and urban settings -- in his 3,000-km trip as he rode along the