Delhi-Meerut Regional Rapid Transit System: In a big cheer for citizens of Delhi and NCR, the much-awaited regional rapid transit system (RRTS) will soon end all travel woes!
Delhi Metro Magenta Line: Giving relief to Delhi Metro commuters from too many announcements, the audio announcements made inside metro trains on Magenta Line, connecting Janakpuri West in Delhi to Botanical Garden
Delhi’s waste collection points and overflowing landfills give an impression of massive quantities of mismanaged waste, which is best incinerated at waste-to-energy (WTE) plants.
Petrol and diesel prices rose for the second straight session on Friday, up by 7 paise and about 6-7 paise, respectively, across all major cities on Friday. Petrol prices in Mumbai stood at Rs 76.10 a litre, while diesel was at Rs 68.83 per litre.
Petrol and diesel prices remain unchanged on Wednesday for the second consecutive day across major cities following hikes on Monday. In national capital Delhi, a litre of petrol cost Rs 70.33 while diesel was retailing at Rs 65.62 a litre, no change compared to Monday’s price.
Delhi’s electricity distribution company (discom) BSES has settled a large number of power theft cases through special Lok Adalats.
The Delhi electricity distribution company (discom) BSES on Thursday announced that special Lok Adalats to settle power theft cases in areas under its jurisdiction will be held on February 9 and 10.
Petrol prices fell after remaining stable for three straight session, while diesel prices remained unchanged across major cities on Friday. Petrol prices in Mumbai stood at Rs 76.02 a litre, and diesel rates were at Rs 68.65 per litre.
Indian Railways’ 2 prominent stations in Delhi may undergo renovation in coming months; details here
Travelling from Delhi to get better with Indian Railways! The two prominent railway stations of the national capital i.e., the New Delhi railway station and the Old Delhi railway station may undergo some massive renovation over the next few months.
Since June 16, 2017, petrol prices in India get revised everyday 6 am in the morning. Before this, petrol prices used to change on a fortnightly basis. Then, a change in petrol rates could occur on the first and 16th day of the month.