- 9th August, 2020 Times of India
- Delhi police officials say Covid - 19 changed their investigation, communication process
Donning PPE kits, mandatory Covid tests on the accused, exercising caution when lifting fingerprints and regular sanitisation of hands have become the
- Covid - 19 situation in Delhi under control: Arvind Kejriwal
Chief minister Arvind Kejriwal on Sunday said the Covid-19 situation in Delhi is under control and the recovery rate is improving. Speaking at the ina
- Delhi zoo undertakes enrichment campaign
The Delhi zoo has undertaken an enrichment campaign to provide its animals conditions similar to their natural habitats and improve their physical and
- Delhi sexual assualt: Rs 10 lakh aid to kin of minor
NEW DELHI: Senior Aam Aadmi Party functionary and MLA Atishi on Saturday met the family of the 12-year-old girl at AIIMS who faced a violent assault e.
- Delhi woman booked for constructing illegal colony in Panchkula
A resident of Delhi has carved out an unauthorised colony on an agricultural land in Pinjore without taking any prior permission from the Panchkula ad
- Delhi: No Covid effect? Fancy numbers find takers
Rs 7.1 lakh could well get you a sedan, though not many are willing to shell out much money in these times of economic distress. So, if someone paid that sum simply to own a registration plate reading 0009, then perhaps it is a sign that Delhi is headed to an economic revival. The state government’s transport department mopped up Rs 33.8 lakh through the e-auction of fancy registration numbers for cars and two-wheelers in July. The highest bid was Rs 7.1 lakh for a licence plate that would give the car a distinguished 0009 licence plate. The number appears popular, for high bids of Rs 4.2 lakh and Rs 3.1 lakh for the figure in other series were also accepted last month. Registration numbers that fetched more than Rs 3 lakh include 0005, 0007 and 1111. The highest bid received for a two-wheeler plate was Rs 50,000 for the number 0006. When the e-auction of what are termed “fancy” registration numbers restarted in April, only one number — 9000 — found a bidder, who paid Rs 1.5 lakh. In May, five numbers collected Rs 9.3 lakh for the transport department, with 0022 fetching Rs 2.1 lakh. In June, the takings rose to Rs. 21.7 lakh, with Rs. 3.4 lakh for 0002 the highest bid.
- Delhi's education board to be operational by next year; not to be imposed on govt schools: Manish Sisodia
"We have recently set up two committees for working on the proposed board as well as curriculum reforms.An ideal situation would be that we make it op
- Coronavirus live updates: Covid situation under control in Delhi, says CM Kejriwal
India’s Covid caseload jumped to 21,50,431 on Saturday on the back of the highest single-day surge in fresh infections, 65,410. The number of recoveries surged to 14,27,005 and the recovery rate rose to 68.32 per cent.
- Delhi private schools send ?hiked? bills for fees
Parents of private school students were quite surprised to receive demands for charges other than tuition fees because they were under the impression
- TOI Auto Weekly: Kia premieres super Sonet, Delhi rolls out EV policy
News News: NEW DELHI: Kia Sonet and Maruti Suzuki made the headlines this week while Delhi set a new benchmark for electric vehicles.
- Unlock 3.0 in Delhi: Coronavirus cases update and latest news from your city
Delhi LG overturned the state govt&#x27;s decision to allow functioning of hotels and weekly markets from August 1, while the proposal to allow street vend.
- Delhi: Cash and jewellery worth over Rs 2 crore recovered in just two months
Delhi Police seems to be on a recovery spree with figures of seizures in the past two months touching a record high. While it has recovered about Rs 6
- Only 16 to take part in corona vaccine trials at AIIMS - Delhi
The Covid-19 vaccine trial at AIIMS-Delhi will have only 16 volunteers in the first phase. While the initial plan was to recruit 100 volunteers for th
- Delhi sees 120 cases of dog bite daily in three years, but no stray count after 2009
Delhi has witnessed on average 120 cases of dog bites every day since 2017, reveal reports from three municipal corporations. Over 1.5 lakh people rec
- Delhi: No Covid effect? Fancy numbers find takers
Rs 7.1 lakh could well get you a sedan, though not many are willing to shell out much money in these times of economic distress. So, if someone paid t
- Delhi: Mobile towers to come up near 61 DTC facilities
New Delhi: If you live or work near a Delhi Transport Corporation (DTC) bus depot or terminal, expect much better connectivity on your mobile phone in.
- IMA urges PM to intervene to stop doctors? deaths
New Delhi: As many as 196 doctors in the country, majority of them being general practitioners, have succumbed to Covid-19 so far, Indian Medical Asso.
- Warring couples need to bare all for divorce
New Delhi: Estranged spouses moving court will have to list every single detail of money spent by them and even their social media presence.
- Varsity denying entry to campus, claims JNUSU
New Delhi: Jawaharlal Nehru University Students’ Union (JNUSU) has alleged that the varsity administration is not allowing students to enter the campu.
- Rights body to keep an eye on absent kids
New Delhi: As part of its mission to make Delhi free of child labour by 2023, the Delhi Commission for the Protection of Child Rights (DCPCR) has now .
- 8th August, 2020 Times of India
- 5,584 companies served notices by Delhi govt for not filing tax returns
The trade and taxes department on Friday sent notices to 5,584 companies for not filing GST returns and 36 firms for defaulting on VAT returns. Many o
- Back to the city: Migrant labourers who left Delhi are coming back
Tens of thousands of migrants walked hundreds of kilometres or paid hefty sums to hitch a ride home when things came to a standstill after the Covid-19 lockdown was announced. Now, many of them are retracing their steps, having found that the home comforts did not include a steady income. Buses from UP and Bihar are now disgorging a large number of migrant workers at the Kaushambi and Anand Vihar bus terminals.
- Delhi: Thak - thak gang steals diamonds worth Rs 1 crore, but cops prove smarter
On August 5 around 3pm, 49-year-old builder Ravi Kapoor was returning from a jewellery store with his wife when he was intercepted by two masked motorcyclists on Rani Jhansi Road in central Delhi. The bikers pointed to his vehicle and asked him to slow down. Kapoor pulled over and got out of the car to be met by a strong odour emanating from rear of the car. But finding nothing amiss after inspecting his car, he got back into the vehicle and was pulling on the seat belt when the unexpected happened.
- Two apprehended for burglary in southwest Delhi
Two juveniles have been apprehended for allegedly burgling a house in the absence of its owner in southwest Delhi&#x27;s Kakrola area, police said on Satu
- Delhi: Man stabs 12 - yr - old after being released from prison for 'good conduct'
The burglar charged with brutally assaulting a 12-yr-old girl inside her house in Delhi’s Peeragarhi has been found to be a habitual offender. In 2006, he was jailed for battering a woman to death with a brick for trying to stop a break-in attempt at Sultanpuri. The same year, he had tried to kill his brother after getting caught stealing from his house. Imprisoned for life after that, he was released on bail in 2016 for "good behaviour". However, he went back to committing burglaries in colonies housing labourers. This week he attacked a girl with a pair of scissors after injuring her head with a sewing machine.