Delhi Lt Governor Najeeb Jung Wednesday announced Rs 5 crore for the upkeep of night shelters for the city`s homeless and also asked the concerned authorities to utilise community halls to accommodate them.
Delhi Lt. Governor Najeeb Jung Monday made an emotional appeal to Delhiites to help the city`s homeless by giving them clothes, saying that displaying "yeoman" kindness" was a rare opportunity in life.
Delhi Lt Governor Najeeb Jung on Friday directed the Chief Secretary and other officials to take immediate steps for providing succour to those affected in the demolition drive at the Rangpuri Pahadi slums.
New Delhi: Three leading telecom industry associations have written to Delhi Lt. Governor Najeeb Jung, seeking his support for proper norms to erect mobile towers since delays on this count are causing call drops and poor service quality.
Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Tuesday conducted surprise checks at various public places, including hospital, police station, railway station and municipal office, to take stock of cleanliness and other problems faced by the people there.
In the wake of recent cases of communal clashes in the city, Lt Governor Najeeb Jung today asked Delhi Police to remain more vigilant and improve their intelligence-gathering abilities to prevent any recurrence of such incidents.
As Delhi braces for fresh polls, Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Wednesday reviewed various development projects in the national capital and directed that all works be expedited promising timely-release of funds.
Voicing concern over brain drain and increasing trend of "running after dollars", Lt Governor Najeeb Jung on Wednesday asked the students not to equate career only in monetary terms and work for the "larger interest" of the society.
A day after all the major political parties in Delhi met Lt Governor Najeeb Jung and expressed their inability to form government in the nation's capital, the BJP chief Satish Upadhyay on Tuesday called a meeting of all party MLAs to discuss the future course of action, as per reports.