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Air Emergency: Environment Secy to meet 4 Chief Secys

NEW DELHI:The Union Environment Secretary called a high-level meeting on Monday with the Chief Secretaries of Delhi, Punjab, Haryana and Uttar Pradesh over the severe air pollution in these northern states.

Proposed hike in property tax by NDMC peeves residents

Hundreds of residents of Golf Link Society, Jorbagh, Chanakyapuri and Babar Road are planning to knock the Supreme Courts door after they received a notice issued by the New Delhi Municipal Council (NDMC) on March 28 for depositing a hefty sum as property tax as per the proposed amendment to the Assessment List for the year 2018-2019.

Kejriwal pitches for full-fledged state, says Modi lied to people

NEW DELHI: Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Sunday while demanding to declare Delhi a full-fledged state, attacked Prime Minister Narendra Modi saying that BJP's opposition to statehood for Delhi is a confession that Modi lied in the 2014 Lok Sabha elections.

Delhi Police chief blames migrants, youth’s frustrations for rising crime graph

NEW DELHI: Delhi Police commissioner Amulya Patnaik on Wednesday blamed the “migrant population” and the “ambitions” and “frustrations” of youngsters as the reason for the 6% increase in the annual crime rate in 2018 compared to 2017.

Delhi's parking policy caught in government-governor tussle

NEW DELHI: The national capital's first parking policy, which will restrict free parking in residential and public spaces and will enforce strict fines and criminal proceedings against vehicle owners found in violation of its provisions, has been stuck for more than 10 months, apparently caught in a tussle between the city government and the Lt Governor.

18K-20K pairs tie knot on Delhi’s night of weddings

NEW DELHI: The national capital witnessed a wedding overload because the stars aligned for the first time this season after an almost four-month-long run of not-so-auspicious days, according to astrologers and wedding planners, who estimated that 18,000-20,000 pairs tied the knot on a frenetic Monday.

Delhi's landfill burns for 3rd day, turns air quality severe

NEW DELHI: The fire that started at the sprawling Bhalaswa landfill site here on Sunday is continuing for the third day on Tuesday, while a very poor quality air is choking Delhi.

Heavy rains disrupt normal life in Bengaluru

BENGALURU: Heavy rains continued to lash Bengaluru and surrounding districts in Karnataka, inundating several localities and disrupting normal life, authorities said on Thursday.

Heavy downpours flood many areas in Bengaluru

BENGALURU:  Heavy downpours have flooded several areas of the city, inundating roads and homes in low-lying areas and uprooting hundreds of trees, an official said on Tuesday.

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