For all the eco-friendly folks out here in Delhi, saving the environment (and money) just got a whole lot easier. With the Delhi Electricity Regularity Commission’s (DERC) plan to make charging of e-vehicles in Delhi cheaper and more convenient, more people will be persuaded to buy electric vehicles or make use of them more often. Not only do e-vehicles preserve nature, they also help you cut down costs on petrol and diesel.

In case you’re sceptical about the number of people who use electric vehicles, they’re actually more prevalent than you would think. Apart from just privately owned electric cars and bikes, electric buses in Delhi have become very real and the charging stations do a lot to help the cause.

With the help of cheaper charging, people will be more inclined to charge their vehicles as often as they can. Apart from that, e-rickshaws, which are replacing auto rickshaws in many parts of the city are also on the rise. As per the revised plan, Low-tension e-vehicle users (those who charge at home) will pay ₹4.5 for a kW instead of ₹5.5, while high tension users (at public charging stations) will pay ₹4 instead of ₹5 per kW. The decrease in fares is quite significant when you think about the price of charging your vehicle once.

This development comes after the authorities had decided last year, that of all vehicles registered in the State by 2023, 25% should be electric vehicles. As of now, most of the electric vehicles plying the city are commercial rather than private. In the coming few years, the authorities aim to increase the number of electric vehicles on the road.

For those of you that do tend to already use electric vehicles, this should come as a major boon. We’re glad that something is being done to increase the appeal of electric vehicles in Delhi.

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An art-startup based in Delhi, The New Art are a team of artists and designers who curate realistic murals which are truly a sight to behold and within a short period of time, they've whipped up over 300 artworks all over India. All of these art pieces done by them, are originally designed by the team, from scratch.

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In these days and times, it is easy to get swamped away by loads of fake reports that don't paint the right picture. So, we've compiled everything here for you folks- all you need to know about the virus and how you and your loved ones can stay safe.

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Blue sky & a stunning view; South Delhi to soon get a plethora of open air restros

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South Delhi is gearing up to provide residents of Delhi with a whole new experience and introduce new open air cafes on the lines of those in Europe and US. Soon, foodies will be able to bask in the sun or count the stars while enjoying a sumptuous meal and a stunning view, at any one of the upcoming open-air food outlets here at South Delhi.

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