Delhi recently started enforcing new traffic regulations to reduce pollution levels. In October 2015, the city — properly the National Capital Territory, where 10 million people live — imposed a Green Tax on vehicles. … Continue Reading
India’s novice anti-corruption party has flamed out just 49 days after assuming control of administering the nation’s capital city-state.
India’s biggest anti-corruption party asked people in Delhi what they worry about most. The answer wasn’t corruption but drinking water.
The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) was formed after Delhiites turned out in huge numbers a few years ago during the nationwide India Against Corruption campaign.… Continue Reading
Agents for Wal-Mart’s joint venture in India who ‘procured numerous licenses’ from the government threatened legal action after they were fired and not paid money they say they’re owed.