Manish Sisodia blames bureaucrats and L-G office of hiding information, obstructing government schemes
In a leaked order, both Manish Sisodia and Satyender Jain mentioned that several matters of urgent and great public importance were dealt behind the back of the Arvind Kejriwal-led government in Delhi
Tension gripped the Arunachal Pradesh capital on Tuesday after former Chief Minister Kalikho Pul, unseated on 13 July by a Supreme Court ruling, committed suicide, police said.
Opposition BJP on Tuesday rejected the Bihar government's claim that crime rate has fallen in the state since total prohibition was implemented in April, and cited figures of May indicating 13.5 per cent increase in heinous crimes.
On Monday, a youth allegedly tried to fling his chappal towards Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar at a public interaction programme in Patna but was arrested by the police
Pitching for wider participation of people to increase green cover in cities, Environment Minister Prakash Javadekar today held his first "janta darbar" where he listened to concerns about depleting forests and suggestions to check the trends on the issue.
Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Monday said people can now send their grievances online, through the call centre, or by post.
Kejriwal’s attempt to hold a darbar on the roads of Delhi could have easily passed off as a spectacle from the Mughal era except that the chaos, screaming, shouting and mismanagement would have made even Jahangir hang his head in shame.
If this trend continues, the CM may ask resident welfare associations to arrange for their own private security force and report to the police only if the private arrangement fails to prevent a crime.
AAP government's much-talked-about first 'janta darbar' outside the Delhi Secretariat here today witnessed chaos and mismanagement, forcing Kejriwal to leave the venue midway as hundreds jostled with each other to register their grievances.
Chief minister Arvind Kejriwal along with his entire cabinet will sit in front of the Delhi Secretariat on Saturday to hear the complaints of the people and try to redress them immediately. Follow live updates
The first "Janata Darbar" of Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and his ministers Saturday had a chaotic start after thousands thronged the venue, forcing the AAP leader to leave the scene to avoid a possible stampede
As chaos prevailed at Arvind Kejriwal's first 'Janata Darbar' on Saturday, the new Delhi Chief Minister promised the people of the city that better arrangements would be made next time.Here are images from Kejriwal's Janata Darbar.
The Chief Minister was taken to his office by police personnel after the crowd at the public meet outside Delhi Secretariat went out of control.
Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal's first Janata Darbar to redress citizen grievances has into descended into chaos with massive crowds thronging the streets outside the Delhi secretariat.