Delhi Assembly passes Rs 65,000-crore Budget for 2020-21, sets aside Rs 50 crore to deal with coronavirus outbreak
In the budget presented in the House by Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia, the Delhi government set aside Rs 50 crore to deal with the coronavirus outbreak.
In jibe at Vijay Rupani, Arvind Kejriwal says he prefers providing free bus rides to women over buying plane for himself
Inaugurating construction of roads in Rohini under Rithala Assembly constituency, Arvind Kejriwal said Opposition parties were not happy with his government's schemes for the people
Ram Nath Kovind rejects petition demanding disqualification of 11 AAP MLAs for holding office of profit
In March 2017, a man named Vivek Garg had filed a petition before the President seeking disqualification of 11 AAP lawmakers claiming that they were enjoying office of profit by being co-chairpersons of district disaster management authorities in 11 Delhi districts
Victims of a road accident, acid attack or thermal burn injury in Delhi cannot be denied free treatment in private hospitals
Private hospitals in Delhi have been mandated to provide cashless treatment to persons injured in road accidents, acid attacks and thermal burns.
The Delhi government will provide free treatment to those who meet with an accident, suffer burn injuries or acid attack within the geographical boundary of the national capital, Arvind Kejriwal announced.
Diphtheria deaths in Delhi: Five-member panel finds 'alarming situation' with lack of appropriate medicine, preventive vaccination
The committee, which also had as members, doctors from the Delhi government's Maulana Azad Medical College and the Centre's RML Hospital, also observed in its report that most of these patients died due to "heart complications and airway obstruction".
The Delhi government and Centre's equal stake in the city metro was a "facade" meant for obtaining "large" amounts of funding from the former, chief minister Arvind Kejriwal
Arvind Kejriwal on Thursday thanked Lt Governor Anil Baijal for approving the Delhi government's higher education loan scheme
Stating this in his blog, Mishra also questioned chief minister Arvind Kejriwal's "silence" over the alleged irregularities in the AAP and the Delhi government.