CBSE Class 12 Exams 2020: At 98%, Delhi govt schools pass percentage highest in 5 years, says Arvind Kejriwal
Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal congratulated the government schools in Delhi for achieving 98 percent pass percentage in the Class 12 results released by Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) on 13 July, which is the highest so far.
Arvind Kejriwal opposes Centre's decision to amend RTI Act, says move 'will end independence of information commissions'
Arvind Kejriwal opposed the Centre's move to amend the RTI Act, alleging that it will end the independence of central and states information commissions.
Daily Bulletin: Congress protest against rebel MLAs, JDS holds meet today; Nirmala Sitharaman to address RBI Board; day's top stories
Congress, JD(S) to offer mantri posts to rebels in last bid to save government today; Budget Discussion in Rajya Sabha today; day's top stories
Chief minister Arvind Kejriwal on Monday said he will request the Centre to increase the quota of water allocated Delhi which has remained constant since 1994.
AAP to launch protests against Nitish Kumar govt in March over corruption, issues of health and education in Bihar
AAP on Saturday said it would launch a "massive agitation" against the Nitish Kumar government in Bihar next month over issues of health, education and corruption.
Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal visited a government hospital in Delhi and directed action after he found an violation in prescription norms by a doctor.
Suspended AAP minister Kapil Mishra will not be expelled to prevent him from joining other parties : senior party leader
Kapil Mishra is unlikely to face expulsion from the party. AAP sources said expulsion of the rebel MLA would give him a chance to join another party .
Arvind Kejriwal to hold dialogue with farmers from outer Delhi villages regarding land-pooling policy
Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal is set to hold a direct dialogue with farmers in outer Delhi villages from 25 May on the new land-pooling policy.
MCD Election 2017: Exit polls indicate that the people will punish Arvind Kejriwal, Delhi's absentee landlord
If the exit polls that give BJP three-fourth majority in three municipal corporations in Delhi hold true on counting day, there are two broad takeaways: Firstly, the Narendra Modi wave continues and secondly, Arvind Kejriwal's fall was as spectacular as his rise to power.
While there is no denying that the AAP has been subject to the harshest of scrutiny and the worst of hounding in the last couple of years, what should worry the new party is not the action of political rivals but its own acts of indiscretion.
Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Friday halted his Social Welfare Minister Sandeep Kumar's plan to embark on an 'anti-begging drive', calling it an "inhuman" and "futile" exercise.
Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Friday said the BJP and Congress were "dharna parties" and that only AAP delivered on governance
BJP-led government and the Congress are locked in a battle over the VVIP chopper deal, Kejriwal and AAP leaders have trained their guns on PM Narendra Modi
Delhi Transport Minister Gopal Rai on Friday said the response of the people was "positive" on the first day of the fortnight-long road rationing odd-even scheme.
Of the Rs 24.45 crore entertainment tax slapped by the government on the state body, DDCA has been directed to deposit Rs one crore in two instalments.
DDCA case also presents the BCCI with the first real test of its intentions following the removal of N Srinivasan.
The logjam regarding Delhi and District Cricket Association (DDCA) hosting the fourth Test between India and South Africa continued on Tuesday with the tax department of the state government yet to give clearance for the game scheduled from 3-7 December.
DDCA has moved the court for the interim relief as the SDMC yesterday rejected their application for a no-objection certificate or POC to hold the match.
Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Monday said his government had almost prepared the Jan Lokayukta Bill's draft and planned to present it in the next session of the state assembly.