Refusing to comment on the 'illicit relationship' row that Kumar Vishwas has been hitting the headlines for, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said on Tuesday accused the media of targeting wives and children of his party leaders.
Promising a revamp of Delhi's education system, the state government on Saturday said it will form its own education board on the lines of CBSE and NCERT, come out with new syllabus and also amend existing education laws.
Trouble seems to be unending for the Aam Aadmi Party government in Delhi. An FIR was filed against party MLA from Tilak Nagar Jarnail Singh after he allegedly assaulted a South Municipal Corporation of Delhi (MCD) engineer and prevented him from carrying out his official duty.
Opposition partieson Tuesday demanded that Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal step down owning "moral responsibility" after a Bihar University told Delhi High Court that provisional certificate of Law Minister in his government Jitender Singh Tomar is "fabricated".
Delhi Law Minister Jitender Singh Tomar's provisional certificate is "fabricated and does not exist in the institution's record", the Delhi High Court was on Monday told by a Bihar-based university from where he claimed to have done his law education.
The turf war between the Delhi Government and the Centre on the farmer's suicide escalated on Friday with the magisterial probe ordered by the state going ahead with its work despite Delhi Police refusing cooperation.
The Anti-Corruption Branch (ACB) of Delhi on Thursday arrested the principal and guest teacher of a government school who had been suspended last week after Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia found huge irregularities in financial transactions of the institution.
BJP has demanded that Delhi government pay Rs 5 crore as compensation to the kin of the farmer who hung himself at a rally attended by Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal even as it claimed that AAP leaders had made no attempt to prevent the tragedy.
After a farmer committed suicide at the AAP rally in Delhi on Wednesday, party leader Bhagwant Mann told Zee Media that despite them asking the police to save the man while he was threatening to commit suicide, the cops did not act.
Delhi High Court Wednesday restrained city government from taking any coercive action against the sellers and distributors of chewable tobacco on pleas by its manufacturers against ban on sale of the product in the national capital from March 30.