Driving License At Delhi Colleges

Delhi Students will soon be able to apply for driving licenses at their Colleges

If things go as planned, colleges in Delhi will have a new system into effect by September where it will be easier for students to avail driving licenses at their college premises.

As the proposed plan suggests, the government will empower educational institutions to issue learners’ licences. The eligibility criteria include students being above 18 years of age and score at least 6 out of 10 marks in an online test administered by the institutions.

CNG PNG Prices Hiked In Delhi

CNG, PNG prices hiked in Delhi

Indraprastha Gas Limited, IGL has increased the price of Compressed Natural Gas,CNG by one rupee 11 paise per kilogram in Delhi and one rupee 27 paise in Noida, Greater Noida and Ghaziabad. 

The new rates will come into effect from midnight tonight. With this now for CNG, the consumer will have to pay 38 rupees 76 paise per kilogram in Delhi and 44 rupees 42 paise in its adjoining areas. 

Attitude Shining Star

Amway presents ‘Attitude Shining Star’ Fashion Show in Delhi

  • Komal Khandelwal, Neha and Shruti Nandal were adjudged Attitude Shining Star winner, first runner up and second runner up respectively
  • Vijeyata & Brijesh, Kareena & Neeraj were adjudged Ethnic round winners. Nutan was declared Smile
  • Priyanka Bhatia, Delhi-NCR based Restaurateur and Entrepreneur judged the participants and presented the awards

Amway India, country’s largest Direct Selling Company organized a dazzling Fashion Show –‘Attitude Shining Star’ in New Delhi on. Attitude is Amway’s entry-level premium brand, offering a range of skin care and cosmetic products specially created for the youth. The evening was a myriad display of colors and talent as the Amway direct sellers who are its Brand Ambassadors walked the ramp.

Rotary Club Of Capital City

Brijesh Mathur passes the baton to Amrit Mohini Suri as the new president of Rotary club of capital city

Rotary Club of Capital City organised it's thanks giving for the year 2016-17 and Installation ceremony of its new President Rtn Amrit Mohini Suri and her team for the year 2017-18 in a high profile ceremony at Vivanta by Taj, Sujan Singh Park, New Delhi on 20th July, 2017 wherein District Leaders DG Rtn Sattish Singhal, IPDG Rtn Sharat Jain, District Treasurer, District Secretary, Assistant Governor of our Zone and other District guests and members were present.The event was started by IPP Brijesh Mathur by presenting the token of appreciation to the District Dignitaries and later on to club members. Rtn Peter Staal an Australian National was adjudged as the Best Rotarian of the Club and the best debutant Rotarian award was jointly shared by Rtn Lalit Joshi and Rtn Neeraj Digani.

Delhi Metro

Non-executive employees of Delhi Metro call off their protest

Delhi Metro has said that its non-executive employees have called off their protest after their issues were amicably settled following meetings with DMRC Managing Director Mangu Singh and other officials. 

The non-executive staff, including train operators, maintenance staff, station controllers and customer relation assistants, has been protesting since July 21 against the management's alleged failure in implementing a two-year-old decision to upgrade their pay scales.

A DMRC spokesperson said Delhi Metro services will continue as per schedule.