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Delhi Development Authority approves proposal on EV charging at petrol pumps, CNG stations at lesser licence fee
The decision was taken during a meeting of the urban body chaired by Lieutenant Governor VK Saxena, who also gave nod to several other key proposals, including relaxing norms for owing a DDA flat by members of the economically weaker section (EWS) of the society
Delhi to form panel to overcome shortage of land for tree plantation in city, says Gopal Rai
The government will ask the Delhi Development Authority to inform how much land is available for plantation in the capital
DDA launches Special Housing Scheme for 18,000 flats; check how to apply here
The scheme will see flats in four categories- Janta flats, Lower Income Group (LIG), Middle Income Group (MIG) and Higher Income Group (HIG)-being offered in areas such as Narela, Rohini, Dwarka and Jasola.
Explained: How Delhi Master Plan 2041 aims to transform air, water and land in the National Capital
While the master plan touches upon virtually every aspect of city life, the key takeaways concern the strategies to mitigate air and water pollution and improve housing
Development of public plazas, arcades among proposals in Delhi's Draft Master Plan 2041
The draft of Master Plan Delhi-2041, written by the Delhi Development Authority, largely covers policies of environment, economy, mobility, heritage, and public spaces
DDA allots 1,353 flats under its housing scheme, check allotment list at dda.org.in
DDA said their scheme, which opened between 2 January and 16 February this year, received a good response despite the economic downturn due to COVID-19
Delhi Development Authority launches 2021 housing scheme; 1,350 flats up for sale
Of the 1,354 flats, 254 are high income group flats located in Dwarka, Vasant Kunj, Rohini, Paschim Vihar and Jasola
SC declines stay on Central Vista project, says 'any change at ground level will be at authorities' risk'; posts matter to 7 July
The top court was hearing a plea against the Delhi High Court order which said the Delhi Development Authority was not required to apprise it before notifying changes in the Master Plan to allow the Central Vista project of the central government.
AAP reimagines role of legislative within Indian democracy by holding executive to greater public scrutiny, pushing for transparency
If the professional background of the chief minister was a sign of things to come, it seemed the Assembly would be a battleground for many legislative clashes for democracy and development.
AAP govt paved road to justice by discarding politics of parole in favour of infrastructure and improved access to courts
Arvind Kejriwal has, at every public event and governance speech with the judiciary and public, continued his unwavering and unconditional support to staffing our courts and judicial ecosystem to their sanctioned strength.
Delhi targets 25% green cover by 2025; officials say it's possible only if DDA gives land on Yamuna river banks to forest department
The Delhi government has set an ambitious target of increasing the city's green cover from 20.6 per cent to 25 per cent by 2025, but officials say this is possible only if the DDA hands over land on the Yamuna riverbanks to the forest department
Cabinet approves bill to grant ownership rights to people living in unauthorised colonies in Delhi; move to benefit 40-50 lakh people
The Union Cabinet on Wednesday approved a bill which provides for a legal framework to grant ownership rights to the people living in unauthorised colonies in the city, a move that will benefit 40 to 50 lakh people
Arvind Kejriwal urges Centre to begin regularisation of 40 lakh homes in Delhi unauthorised colonies without delay after Union Cabinet okays move
Welcoming the Union Cabinet's decision to regularise unauthorised colonies in the national capital, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said the road map for it was based on a proposal sent by the Delhi government and that the Centre should start the process immediately
Cabinet approves proposal granting ownership rights to people living in Delhi's unauthorised colonies
The decision 'is applicable to 1,797 identified unauthorised colonies' spread over 175 square km inhabited by people from lower income groups in Delhi, Housing and Urban Affairs Minister Hardeep Singh Puri
Sant Ravidas Mandir demolition row: Kailash Gahlot says no proposal pending with Delhi govt, Centre to provide approval for 'non-forest' usage of land
Delhi minister Kailash Gahlot on Friday said that there are no pending proposals for use of the land upon which the Sant Ravidas temple once stood.
In South Asia, agricultural reforms and urban accountability key to water management
Water problems in South Asia are on the rise due to wasteful flood irrigation, government incentives of free electricity and market incentives. Most important for water management are agricultural reforms and accountability of urban population.
After 30 years wait, 19,000 applicants to finally get flats in Delhi, but DUSIB's housing scheme for EWS has few takers
Of the 19,000 applications who had sought housing in Delhi under a govt scheme for the economically weaker sections, in 1985, only 1,150 have accepted allotment of tenements offered by the DUISB, the now in-charge of the scheme
Yamuna is choking from a mix of illegal encroachment, farming, elections: Report
NGT's ban & DDA's 'strong' efforts to reclaim the river's floodplains have not worked the way they hoped.
NGT fines Delhi govt Rs 25 cr for failing to curb air pollution; officials, people polluting environment not spared
The money will be deducted from the salary of Delhi government officials and the people polluting the environment. The tribunal also stated that if the Arvind Kejriwal-led government fails to pay the fine, it will have to pay a fine of Rs 10 crore per month.
CPCB asks public agencies to use social media to address grievances on pollution after 'grossly inadequate' action taken on complaints
The enforcement bodies' actions on public complaints against pollution have been "grossly inadequate", the Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB) has said while urging these agencies again to join social media platforms to address the grievances concerning them.