Articles about Lodhi Road

Rain, hailstorm lash parts of Delhi-NCR

06 Jan 2021

Delhi
Rain, hailstorm lash parts of Delhi-NCR

Residents in parts of Delhi woke up to the sound of hailstones hitting windows, even as sporadic rain continued in the national capital for the fourth consecutive day on Wednesday.

Delhi's minimum temperature drops to 3.6 degree Celsius

29 Dec 2020

Delhi
Delhi's minimum temperature drops to 3.6 degree Celsius

Delhi reeled under a cold wave on Tuesday as icy winds sweeping through the city brought the minimum temperature down to 3.6 degree Celsius, the India Meteorological Department (IMD) said.

Cold wave sweeps Delhi at 3.4 degree Celsius

21 Dec 2020

Delhi
Cold wave sweeps Delhi at 3.4 degree Celsius

A cold wave swept Delhi on Sunday as it recorded the coldest morning of the season so far at 3.4 degree Celsius, the India Meteorological Department (IMD) said.

At 3.9 degree Celsius, Delhi records season's lowest minimum temperature

19 Dec 2020

India
At 3.9 degree Celsius, Delhi records season's lowest minimum temperature

Icy cold conditions prevailed in the national capital this morning, as the minimum temperature dipped to 3.9 degree Celsius, the lowest this season so far.

Unlocking begins: Devotees visit religious places, pray while maintaining distance

08 Jun 2020

India
Unlocking begins: Devotees visit religious places, pray while maintaining distance

More than two months after they were shut, religious places, malls, restaurants, and hotels, reopened today as India took small steps towards unlocking.

Coronavirus: CRPF headquarters in Delhi sealed after staff tests positive

03 May 2020

India
Coronavirus: CRPF headquarters in Delhi sealed after staff tests positive

The headquarters of the Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) in Delhi have been sealed for sanitization after a staff tested positive for the coronavirus disease (COVID-19).

28 dead in UP as cold wave grips North India

28 Dec 2019

India
28 dead in UP as cold wave grips North India

The biting winter sweeping across North India has reportedly claimed the lives of 28 in Uttar Pradesh.

Day after Diwali, air-quality in Delhi slips to "very poor"

28 Oct 2019

India
Day after Diwali, air-quality in Delhi slips to "very poor"

On the morning after Delhi residents celebrated Diwali with much pomp and show, the air quality in the national capital deteriorated and was recorded at "very poor".

"Swami Chinmayanand raped me", claims UP student who went missing

09 Sep 2019

India
"Swami Chinmayanand raped me", claims UP student who went missing

BJP leader and former Union Minister Swami Chinmayanand was on Monday accused of rape by a young woman who went missing for a week from her home in Shahjahanpur, Uttar Pradesh. She was later found in Rajasthan.

Delhi: Massive fire at CGO Complex; 24 fire-engines reach spot

06 Mar 2019

India
Delhi: Massive fire at CGO Complex; 24 fire-engines reach spot

A massive fire broke out at the Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment's office in Central Delhi's CGO Complex at around 8:30 am Wednesday.

Congress President Rahul Gandhi leads protest march to CBI headquarters

26 Oct 2018

Politics
Congress President Rahul Gandhi leads protest march to CBI headquarters

Congress President Rahul Gandhi Friday led a protest march to demand the reinstatement of CBI Director Alok Verma, who has been divested of his powers and sent on leave, and also an apology from Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

RaGa courts arrest after protest outside CBI headquarters. Political mileage?

26 Oct 2018

Politics
RaGa courts arrest after protest outside CBI headquarters. Political mileage?

Congress President Rahul Gandhi courted arrest on Friday after his protest at CBI headquarters. Reports suggest he is being taken to Lodhi Road police station.

In protest against CBI-fiasco, RaGa leads Opposition march against Centre

26 Oct 2018

Politics
In protest against CBI-fiasco, RaGa leads Opposition march against Centre

Congress President Rahul Gandhi on Friday spearheaded the protest against Centre's move of sending two top officials of CBI on leave.

Delhi: Air quality poor, expected to worsen further

20 Oct 2018

India
Delhi: Air quality poor, expected to worsen further

With Diwali just over a couple of weeks away, Delhi's air quality has dropped to the 'poor' category with a pollution cloud hanging over its head.

Rains bring relief to Delhiites after a humid morning

04 Sep 2018

India
Rains bring relief to Delhiites after a humid morning

Rains lashed parts of the national capital today, bringing relief to people of Delhi after a humid morning.

Delhi: 63-year-old 'Casanova' robber mistakes CCTV for bulb, nabbed

31 Jul 2018

Delhi
Delhi: 63-year-old 'Casanova' robber mistakes CCTV for bulb, nabbed

This is a tale of one Ram, albeit of 63yrs, and his five 'Sitas,' aged 28-40 years.

South Delhi slums transformed into colorful spaces with street art

15 Jul 2018

India
South Delhi slums transformed into colorful spaces with street art

Bland walls and drab surroundings of many slums in south Delhi have now been transformed into vibrant and colorful spaces, thanks to a street art project that seeks to meaningfully engage people with the residents of such colonies.

Delhi: Mercury slips by 5 notches; light rains expected

10 Jun 2018

Delhi
Delhi: Mercury slips by 5 notches; light rains expected

Mercury slipped by five notches in the national capital a day after the city was hit by a dust storm, with the minimum temperature settling at a pleasant 23.4 degrees Celsius, a MeT Department official said.

13 trains cancelled, dozens delayed due to fog in Delhi

30 Dec 2017

Delhi
13 trains cancelled, dozens delayed due to fog in Delhi

As many as 36 trains have been delayed in the national capital, 13 cancelled, and two rescheduled due to poor visibility and other associated operational conditions.

Newly revealed emails establish Vadra-Sanjay Bhandari link

17 Oct 2017

Politics
Newly revealed emails establish Vadra-Sanjay Bhandari link

Robert Vadra has consistently denied links with arms dealer Sanjay Bhandari. Such reports surfaced when it emerged that Bhandari had refurbished Vadra's flat at Bryanton Square, London, in 2016.

Delhi: Heavy rains finally cool down city; waterlogging reported

23 Sep 2017

Delhi
Delhi: Heavy rains finally cool down city; waterlogging reported

Monsoon activity over Madhya Pradesh and northern winds finally brought some relief to Delhiites from the hot and sultry weather as the city and its neighboring areas witnessed heavy rainfall and thunderstorms yesterday.

Delhi Govt plans to get legal charging points for e-rickshaws

13 Jun 2017

Delhi
Delhi Govt plans to get legal charging points for e-rickshaws

The Delhi government plans to provide authorized charging points for e-rickshaws. The first site chosen for this is Raghubir Nagar in west Delhi.

SC: Unaided private schools need government approval for hike

24 Jan 2017

India
SC: Unaided private schools need government approval for hike

Supreme Court ruled that 'unaided private schools' will need approval from relevant government authorities when mulling a fee hike.