In a first, DDA to offer penthouses, luxury flats
The Delhi Development Authority (DDA) will, for the first time, offer luxury flats, including penthouses, in its housing scheme slated for launch in May.
Delhi Police can’t help if getting instructions from supreme authorities to allow violence: Kejriwal on JNU issue
Delhi Chief Minister Arvind...
Trai seeks views on traffic management under net neutrality
Trai sought public views on the contours of reasonable Internet traffic managemen...
Market Movers: What changed for D-Street while you were sleeping
Here’s breaking down the pre-market actions.
Flamingos, humans can co-exist: Uddhav Thackeray on Trans Harbour Link
Speaking after launching the first of the over 10,000 girder segments of the MTHL here, Thackeray indicated that the project, which connects Mumbai to adjoining Raigad district, won't be detrimental to the migratory birds flying to Mumbai's balmy shores in search of warmer climes.
Centre notifies new Wetland Conservation Rules, asks states, UTs to set up authority
The ministry has also directed that each state and Union Territory will have to set up an authority that will define strategies for conservation and wise use of wetlands within their jurisdiction.
TRAI's new tariff framework: More channels at lesser price
TRAI, in a statement, said it has decided that in case of multi-TV homes where more than one TV connection is working in the name of one person, it will charge a maximum of 40 per cent of declared Network Capacity Fee (NCF) for the second and additional TV connections.
Share market update: Nifty Commodities index down; BPCL loses 1%
The Nifty Commodities index was trading 0.16 per cent down at 3528.1.
Gen. John Raymond sworn in as Chief of Space Operations
Vice President Mike Pence officiated over the swearing in ceremony Tuesday of the first ever Chief of Space Operations for the new U.S. Spac...
'Prozac Nation' author Elizabeth Wurtzel passes away at 52 after long battle with cancer
Wurtzel wrote of growing up in a home torn by divorce, and of cutting herself in early teens.
India's annual electricity demand grows at slowest pace in 6 years
Electricity demand is seen as an important indicator of industrial output in the country and a sustained decline could mean a further slowdown in the economy. India's power demand grew at 1.1% in 2019, data from the Central Electricity Authority showed, the slowest pace of growth since a 1% uptick seen in 2013. But in India's western states monthly demand increased.
Airtel, Vodafone-Idea stalled user falls in Oct, Jio add 9.1 mn: TRAI
In overall mobile users, Bharti Airtel and Vodafone Idea added 0.1 million and 0.2 million respectively.
Share market update: Nifty Commodities index up; Vedanta climbs 3%
The Nifty Commodities index was trading 0.11 per cent up at 3528.5.
Plane crash kills 5 in Louisiana: Authorities
A small plane crashed into the parking lot of a post office in Louisiana shortly after takeoff on Saturday, killing five people and fully en...
Now, cash recharge option for FASTags
The government will roll out the option of cash recharge for FASTags to accelerate its adoption.
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