As Lieutenant Governor Najeeb Jung made a unilateral offer of Rs. 300 crores as loan to the North and East Corporations from the DDA, the forum of Municipal Corporation of Delhi Engineers Association called off their strike on Saturday.
Delhi`s ruling AAP on Friday urged Lt Governor Najeeb Jung to look into the situation arising out of the ongoing strike by employees of the capital`s three main civic bodies, party leader Somnath Bharti said.
With the strike by municipal employees entering its ninth day, a delegation of agitating sanitation workers today met Lt Governor Najeeb Jung and said the fund offered by the AAP government for paying their salaries were "insufficient".
At a time when the entire nation is witnessing debate on women' entry in Shani Shingnapur temple in Maharashtra, Delhi High Court ruled that the eldest female member of a Hindu family can be its karta or the legal head, a position that has been reserved only for male members.
The AAP government on Monday urged Lt Governor Najeeb Jung to direct Delhi Development Authority (DDA) to release dues running into crores to the three Municipal Corporations of Delhi (MCD) as the strike by over 60,000 sanitation workers entered the sixth day.
Lt Governor Najeeb Jung on Monday congratulated Delhi for winning the best State Award under the category of initiatives for Persons with Disabilities (PWD) and Electoral Roll Management on the National Voter's Day 2016.
Yoga guru Ramdev on Saturday took a potshot at multinational companies selling fairness creams, saying they fool the customers with claims of making 'dark skin fairer' and girls appearing in their advertisements are naturally beautiful.
The Justice Aggarwal Commission set up by Delhi government to probe alleged CNG fitness scam, has told the Lt Governor Najeeb Jung that he is "undermining" his own position by following Centre's instruction with regard to the validity of probe panel.
In what may lead to another confrontation between Lieutenant Governor Najeeb Jung and Delhi government, the latter has suspended two state cadre officers of its Home Department for refusing to sign on a Cabinet decision file.
Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal today said that if the Centre has any problem with the appointment of inquiry commission to probe alleged irregularities in DDCA, it should go to court and reiterated that the AAP government will not step back from its decision. "We will not back off our decision. If MHA has any problem with Delhi government's notification to appoint Commission of Inquiry to probe alleged irregularities in DDCA, it may approach High Court," the Delhi Chief Minister said here.