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Jun 22, 2018
Delhi govt to form seven-member transgender committee; work to include community in mainstream societyThe committee, of seven experts who understand the issues of transgenders in-depth and can address it on the policy formulation at a larger scale
Jun 21, 2018
Delhi govt plans to rehabilitate manual scavengers, provide them loans to own sewer cleaning machinesIn a move to rehabilitate manual scavengers in the city, the Delhi government is all set to turn the 'safai karamcharis' into entrepreneurs by providing them loans to own sewer cleaning machines.
Feb 22, 2018
Delhi minister Rajendra Gautam detained: AAP member was enroute to protest against 'casteist remarks' made by CS Anshu PrakashAAP minister Rajendra Pal Gautam was detained as he was moving towards Home Minister Rajnath Singh's residence to protest against the "casteist remarks".
Jan 06, 2018
Delhi govt appoints nodal officers to address people's grievances on financial assistance schemeThe social welfare department of the Delhi government has appointed nodal officers in every assembly constituency to address people's grievances relating to its financial assistance scheme
Sep 05, 2017
Delhi: Arvind Kejriwal takes charge of water portfolio; asks for report on contaminationSoon after taking charge of the water department of his government, Kejriwal on Monday convened a meeting of senior officials of the Delhi Jal Board
Aug 21, 2017
Delhi govt imposes blanket ban on manual cleaning of sewers, offenders to be booked under culpable homicideThe directions came after Delhi's Lieutenant Governor Anil Baijal on Monday called a high-level meeting over deaths during sewer cleaning
May 25, 2017
Delhi govt widens scope of MLAs' developmental works SC/ST welfare fundThe Delhi government has widened the scope of the developmental works that can be undertaken by MLAs using the SC/ST welfare fund.
Jul 25, 2016
AAP to file petition in Delhi High Court compiling all 'false' cases against its MLAsA day after two of its MLAs were arrested under different charges, the AAP on Monday said it will file a writ petition in the Delhi High Court compiling all "false" cases in which its legislators have been "framed".