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An agreement has been signed between the governments of Delhi, Uttar Pradesh, Haryana and Rajasthan for single-point taxation for mass public transport vehicles of state corporations.
Delhi govt issues SOP to protect interfaith, inter-caste couples from harassment; sets up 'special cell', 24-hr helpline
According to the new SOPs, the government will provide accommodation in its ''safe house'' to those couples whose relationship is being opposed by their families or the local community or khaps
COVID-19 vaccine Covaxin phase-3 trial starts at AIIMS-Delhi; actively considering night curfew, AAP govt tells HC
With 44,489 more testing positive in a day, India's coronavirus caseload on Thursday increased to 92,66,705 while the toll mounted to 1,35,223 with 524 new fatalities, said the Union health ministry.
The AAP-led government had earlier announced that schools in the National Capital will remain closed till 31 October
Delhi govt orders hospitals to conduct compulsory rapid antigen detection test on 'high-risk individuals'
The order defines high-risk groups as those undergoing chemotherapy, immunosuppressed, suffering from malignancy, transplant patients, and elderly (over 65 years of age) with co-morbidities.
Kejriwal 3.0 to be at work from Day 1, no honeymoon period, says Saurabh Bhardwaj; claims pollution, women's safety top priorities
Asserting that there will be no honeymoon period for the new AAP government, the party on Monday said significant reduction in pollution, cleaning of the Yamuna and ensuring deployment of 'mohalla marshalls' to boost women's security would be among the top priorities
Jamia violence: Delhi HC seeks response from Centre, AAP, Delhi Police and JMI on injured student's plea for compensation
In his plea filed through advocate Nabila Hasan, Shayaan Mujeeb has contended that he was in the Jamia library on 15 December, 2019 studying, when police personnel entered the building and allegedly beat up the students there
The Delhi High Court on Friday sought responses from the Centre, the AAP government in the national capital and the RBI on a PIL seeking the removal of restrictions on cash withdrawals from the scam-hit Punjab and Maharashtra Cooperative (PMC) Bank Ltd
Gautam Gambhir slams Arvind Kejriwal, Centre over Delhi pollution, says 'tax isn't for Delhi CM's callousness'
Gambhir also tagged the Bharatiya Janata Party's (BJP) official Twitter handle in his tweet and said that he wished that he had the option to say that the tax he pays was not for the "Delhi chief minister's callousness".
The Delhi government on Saturday approved an around 37 percent hike in the minimum wages for unskilled, semi-skilled and skilled persons in the national capital.
East Delhi sanitation workers call off strike, municipal corporation says dues will be cleared by March
Sanitation workers on Monday called off their 11-day strike and agreed to lift garbage much to the relief of the east Delhi residents. The MCD Swacchata Karmchari Union had gone on strike demanding payment of pending salaries and arrears.
The seeds of the tussle between Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and Lt Governor Najeeb Jung, who quit on Thursday, were sown during the 49-day AAP government rule in 2013-14.
The resignation of Najeeb Jung as Lt Governor on Thursday caught Delhi's political circle by surprise with the Congress terming the exit "unceremonious" and the BJP claiming he was "upset" with the AAP government.
Lt Governor Najeeb Jung on Wednesday scrapped the appointment of Krishna Saini as chairperson of Delhi Electricity Regulatory Commission by the AAP government
After Delhi High Court (HC) summoned Arvind Kejriwal for water-logging situation, the chief minister on Friday said it should summon the Lieutenant Governor instead.
Sri Sri Ravi Shankar has vowed to fight with scientific evidence the claims of an expert body that blamed his group for damaging the Yamuna riverbanks
Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Monday declared that minimum wages in Delhi will go up by about 50 percent.
The Delhi government on Wednesday announced a new education reform plan seeking to check drop-out of students and improve education quality with special focus on the weakest students.
India's environmental court slammed the Delhi government on Wednesday for failing to improve its notoriously toxic air, as the capital spent another day blanketed in grey smog.
The Delhi High Court asked Somnath Bharti to file an affidavit on the status of a case pending before the NHRC on his controversial midnight campaign against an alleged drug and prostitution racket.