Delhi Business Information Directory

Delhi Business Information Directory

  • 18th October, 2020 The Sunday Guardian
    • Delhi will have a low key festival season this year
      New Delhi: Delhi will see muted festivities and celebrations during the upcoming festive season this year, keeping in mind the Covid-19 pandemic that has been on the rise in the national capital. Several organisers who organise big Durga Puja pandals in the city on sprawling grounds pulling huge crowds, have
  • 27th September, 2020 The Sunday Guardian
  • 6th September, 2020 The Sunday Guardian
    • OMA: The pied piper of Delhi
      Vishal Malik, better known as Oma, a prodigious and renowned Disc Jockey belonging to Delhi, talks to the G20 about his musical journey that spans more than two decades.   Signed to more than twenty critically acclaimed labels, Oma is known as the man who resurrected and revived the electronic music scene in
    • Delhi Congress to file review plea against jhuggi eviction
      ‘Both the AAP and the BJP are to be blamed for this. Why didn’t they request the court to consider the humanitarian aspect of these poor people?’   New Delhi: The Delhi Congress is likely to file a review petition in the Supreme Court in the coming days against the apex court’s order to remove around 48,000
    • Delhi's electric vehicle shail
      New Delhi: The Delhi Electric Vehicle Policy, announced by Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on 7 August, aims at zero-emission, but depends entirely on its implementation and vision of integrated transport system to achieve the goal of last-mile connectivity.  Speaking to The Sunday Guardian, Akshima Ghate, Director of
  • 30th August, 2020 The Sunday Guardian
    • De - sealing verdict: Relief from SC to Delhi's citizens
      The monitoring committee went beyond its mandate, sealing even those residential premises which were being used for residential purposes on grounds that they were allegedly found flouting norms relating to unauthorised construction.   On 14 August, the eve of Independence Day, a Bench of the Supreme Court
  • 23rd August, 2020 The Sunday Guardian
  • 16th August, 2020 The Sunday Guardian
    • Crime rate in Delhi dropped during lockdown
      An alert Delhi Police and fear of the pandemic led to drop in crimes.   New Delhi: Delhi has witnessed a drop in the crime rate in the national capital amidst the pandemic when most people are choosing to stay indoors.  According to the latest data from the Delhi Police, petty crimes like robbery, theft and
  • 9th August, 2020 The Sunday Guardian
    • Delhi's tangled overhead wires endanger lives
      Many lives have been lost due to electrocution and fire.   New Delhi: The tangled and loose hanging high-tension electrical wires running across almost all residential colonies in Delhi are a common sight and this has over the years taken away many lives which have been lost due to electrocution and fire. Over
  • 2nd August, 2020 The Sunday Guardian
    • Amit Shah helps arrest Covid surge in Delhi
      New Delhi: After around 40 days of Union Home Minister Amit Shah taking direct charge of the Covid-19 situation in Delhi, the virus’ rate of infection graph in the national capital seems to be moving towards a plateau. The total number of Covid-19 positive cases in Delhi since the last one week has remained around
  • 5th July, 2020 The Sunday Guardian
    • Southern cities need Delhi - type Covid focus
      A uniform strategy is needed due to lack of coordinated efforts by local govts.   A Delhi-type focus by both the Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) and the state government to tackle Covid-19 is urgently needed for the three metropolitan cities—Chennai, Bangalore and Hyderabad—which are struggling to keep the spread
  • 21st June, 2020 The Sunday Guardian
    • BJP mulls bringing faces to Delhi from Maharashtra
      ‘At the next available opportunity, the party may form its government in the state’.   New Delhi: The Bharatiya Janata Party is awaiting an auspicious time to make announcement for its new organisational set up. The onset of Covid-19 pandemic and the China crisis have delayed the entire process as the government
  • 15th June, 2020 The Sunday Guardian
  • 10th May, 2020 The Sunday Guardian
    • Delhi eye doctor enters Limca record books
      A city doctor has entered the Limca book of records for conducting the maximum LASIK laser specs removal surgeries in India. Dr Rahil Chaudhary, consultant and director, Eye7 group of eye hospitals, has performed the maximum number of laser specs removal procedures in India. Dr Rahil, said: “I had no plans to make a
    • Shops open, but liquor sells in black in Delhi
      People are selling liquor bottles at double and sometimes triple the price.   Despite the government of Delhi opening up several liquor shops in the national capital, the “black marketing” of liquor is still rampant in the city. Many say that since they are not being able to lay their hands on that bottle of
  • 4th May, 2020 The Sunday Guardian
    • Cops probing students' 'role' in Delhi violence
      New Delhi: The Delhi Police’s Special Cell is investigating the possible role of eight student leaders of Jamia Millia Islamia (JMI), Delhi University (DU) and Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU), in inciting communal violence in north-east Delhi in February. While the country is under a stringent lockdown, clamped to
  • 19th April, 2020 The Sunday Guardian
    • Unlike in Mumbai, MHA, Delhi Babus shine in handling of migrants
      Chandigarh:The Covid-19 epidemic has brought the sordid state of affairs of the Maharashtra government, especially the Mumbai Police, who cane charged poor migrant labourers mostly migrants from Uttar Pradesh and Bihar, who had gathered apparently in the hope of catching a train for their respective hometowns. In
    • DELHI'S CONTAINMENT PLANS MANAGE TO REAP RESULTS
      Three hotspots have been declared corona free in the last few days. NEW DELHI:Delhi’s extensive modelling of hotspot areas, coupled with the Delhi government’s operation SHIELD in the national capital, has shown success and at least three such areas have been declared corona free in the last few days. In a first,
  • 5th April, 2020 The Sunday Guardian
    • Blue sky: Demand drops for power, fuel in Delhi and Mumbai
      New Delhi: As the country goes through a 21-day lockdown to fight the deadly coronavirus, consumption of power and fuel, along with pollution levels, has seen a steep fall in two of India’s most important cities, national capital Delhi and financial capital Mumbai. POWER CONSUMPTION A comparative study of daily power
    • DU blames Delhi government of releasing inadequate funds
      New Delhi: Amidst the outbreak of coronavirus, thousands of teachers and helping staff of the Delhi University’s 12 colleges that are fully funded by the Delhi government have been struggling to get their salaries for the last three months. However, the agitation of the teachers and appeal have forced the Delhi
  • 22nd March, 2020 The Sunday Guardian
    • Slow property rights transfer in Delhi's illegal colonies
      New Delhi: The process of granting ownership rights in Delhi’s unauthorised colonies is running at a snail’s pace as the Delhi Development Authority (DDA) has so far handed only 338 conveyance deeds out of the total expected beneficiaries assumed to be around 40 lakh. The online application portal for Pradhan Mantri
  • 15th March, 2020 The Sunday Guardian
    • Green cause makes activist walk from Assam to Delhi
      New Delhi: Going by Google Maps, it’s a distance of 2,250 km, takes 41 hours by car and almost two days by train to reach Delhi from Charaideo, a remote district of upper Assam. To cover this vast expanse of a journey on foot, one needs immense courage, a strong will power and uncompromising determination. However,
    • Hindus worried as Bangladesh witnesses ripple effects of Delhi riots
      New Delhi: Far from the Indian capital, the ripple effects of the recent Delhi riots are being felt in Bangladesh. While the situation in Delhi is now calm and no violence has been reported after 25 February, Bangladesh is witnessing protests. Recently, Delhi witnessed communal violence which left 53 dead and more
  • 8th March, 2020 The Sunday Guardian
    • Police probing possible involvement of terror module in Delhi riots
      NEW DELHI: The Special Investigating Team (SIT) of the Delhi Police has not ruled out the possibility of the involvement of a terror module in unleashing the horrific violence of 23-24 February in Northeast Delhi in which 53 people were killed than 300 wounded. Sources have confirmed to this newspaper that
  • 19th January, 2020 The Sunday Guardian
    • Congress' Delhi poll strategy hinges on Shaheen Bagh
      New Delhi: Opposition to the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) and solidarity with those protesting against the CAA form the cornerstone of the Congress’ strategy to fight the Delhi Assembly elections scheduled for 8 February. The Congress is targeting 15-20 minority dominated seats for this purpose, in the hope that