- 24th January, 2020 Economic Times
- IndiGo connects Delhi to Bangkok from March 29
Currently, IndiGo serves two Thai destinations – Bangkok and Phuket. Increasing its presence from Delhi, Bangkok will be the 14th international destination connected with the capital city of Delhi. These flights will cater to the growing demand on the sector, with Thailand being one of the favourite international destination for Indian travellers.
- With just two rallies, BJP won't over - expose Modi in Delhi
It is widely believed that PM Modi's exposure has been deliberately restricted this campaign season, considering the different poll trackers predict an Aam Aadmi Party sweep. This apparent conscious move is to steer clear the opposition's probable attempt to blame the BJP's results, if poor, on the PM.
- Indonesia to increase imports from India amid New Delhi - Malaysia spat: Sources
Indonesia, the world's biggest palm oil producer and exporter, is expected to be the biggest beneficiary of India's row with Malaysia. Indonesian crude palm oil has sold at a premium to Malaysian oil since India this month placed curbs on imports of refined palm oil.
- Instead of plumping the Pakistan card, BJP should focus on Delhi?s civic woes
The Delhi assembly election is around the corner, on February 8, and BJP hasn’t tasted success here since 1993. In pole position is incumbent AAP, but BJP has fielded nonentity Sunil Yadav against AAP chief...
- Delhi polls: Kejriwal breaks silence on Shaheen Bagh, says 'protest, don't inconvenience'
Thousands of people, including women and children, have been protesting since December 15 at Shaheen Bagh, Jamia Millia Islamia as well as other sites against the Citizenship (Amendment) Act and the National Register of Citizens. Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal finally broke his silence on Shaheen Bagh protests and said that Article 19 of constitution of India gives right to everyone to protest. He further appealed to protestors that don't create inconvenience to public.
- Sharad Pawar's security at his Delhi residence 'withdrawn' by Centre, NCP alleges
The NCP on Friday accused the central government of withdrawing its chief Sharad Pawar's security at his official residence in New Delhi and charged it with playing "vendetta politics". The 79-year-old NCP president enjoys 'Z+' category protection in Maharashtra, where his party is a key constituent in the Shiv Sena-led government. Pawar had played the lead role in crafting the three- party ruling coalition in Maharashtra in November last year. The Congress is the third constituent of the ruling Maha Vikas Aghadi.
- Delhi: IGI airport lit up in tricolour ahead of Republic Day
ATC Tower at Delhi's Indira Gandhi International airport lit up in tricolour ahead of Republic Day. Republic Day is celebrated to mark the day on which Constitution of India came into effect. Republic Day is celebrated on Jan 26, every year.
- Delhi Elections: Nitish Kumar slams Pavan Varma for questioning JD(U) - BJP tie - up
Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar on Thursday slammed party leader Pavan Varma for publicly questioning the JD(U)'s tie-up with the BJP for Delhi assembly elections, saying he was "free to go" wherever he likes.
- Delhi fog: 5 flights diverted from city, 22 trains delayed
Heavy fog engulfed parts of the city with the minimum temperature settling at a notch below normal. Five flights diverted as the captain was not trained to land under CAT conditions. The Agartala-Anand Vihar Terminus Rajdhani Express was delayed by over one hour while the Varanasi-New Delhi Kashi Vishwanath Express was delayed by over three hours.
- Pawan Kalyan meets BJP president JP Nadda in Delhi
Jana Sena Party (JSP) chief Pawan Kalyan met BJP president Jagat Prakash Nadda at his residence in Delhi on January 23.