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115 fresh cases of swine flu in Delhi

The national capital today reported 115 fresh cases of swine flu, taking the total number of cases so far this year to 2,571.

Face-off between AAP leader, Minister over land acquisition

The land acquisition issue on Monday became a cause of a face-off between AAP leader Yogendra Yadav and union Rural Development Minister Birender Singh.

AAP plans power subsidy to give relief to consumers

The AAP government on Wednesday said that it will soon provide relief to power consumers by extending a subsidy.

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PM positive on our demand of single authority in Delhi: Manish Sisodia

AAP leader Manish Sisodia, who is all set to become Deputy Chief Minister of Delhi, on Thursday said Prime Minister Narendra Modi is "positive" about a single authority running Delhi rather than multiple authorities like MCD, NDMC, central government and state government ruling it in bits and parts.

Delhi Assembly elections: Which CM candidate's roadshow stole the spotlight?-Part 2

As the battle for Delhi begins, CM candidates of three leading parties conducted huge roadshows before filing nominations. Whose roadshow was hit and whose flop?

Delhi Assembly elections: Which CM candidate's roadshow stole the spotlight?

As the battle for Delhi begins, CM candidates of three leading parties conducted huge roadshows before filing nominations. Whose roadshow was hit and whose flop?

Delhi govt to outsource operation of its CATS ambulance services

Delhi government has decided to outsource the operation and maintenance of its CATS ambulance services and Control Room in order to offer prompt and effective services, reducing the response time further.

Delhi govt decides to continue with ban on Uber

Delhi government on Thursday decided to continue with the ban on aap-based cab booking company Uber and has asked it to fulfill the conditions for taxi operations in the national capital before seeking revocation of punitive action.

Anti-Sikh riots: Delhi govt demands Rs 120 crore for compensation

The Delhi government on Monday sought Rs 120 crore from the Centre for disbursal of compensation to the next of kin of victims of 1984 anti-Sikh riots.

Delhi HC seeks Centre, Delhi govt reply on Kashmiri migrants plea

The Delhi High Court on Tuesday sought responses of the Centre and the city government on a plea by Kashmiri migrants that a policy for their rehabilitation, including providing them means of livelihood, be framed.

Anti-tobacco drive: Delhi Govt issues challans of over Rs 40K

The Delhi Government on Sunday issued challans to several authorities including New Delhi Railway station of over Rs 40,000 for selling banned tobacco products.

Delhi set for fresh polls after Union Cabinet approves dissolution of Assembly

The Union Cabinet has paved the way for fresh polls in Delhi after it approved Delhi Lt Governor Najeeb Jung's report recommending dissolution of the Assembly.

The decision was taken at a meeting held at Prime Minister Narendra Modi's residence, 7 Race Course Road on Tuesday.

Delhi: Najeeb Jung recommends dissolution of the Assembly

The LG sent the report to the President a day after he met representatives from BJP, Congress and AAP to discuss possibility of government formation to end the eight-month-long political uncertainty in Delhi.

Tussle for govt formation ends as Delhi gears for fresh polls

Delhi appears to be headed for assembly elections with the BJP declining Lt Governor Najeeb Jung’s invitation to form the government.

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Lt Governor Najeeb Jung to invite BJP to form govt in Delhi soon
Lt Governor Najeeb Jung to invite BJP to form govt in Delhi soon

Lt Governor Najeeb Jung is likely to send an invite in the next couple of days to BJP, the single-largest party in the Delhi Assembly to form government in the national capital.

Delhi govt to create 'Tobacco Aware Citizens' Directory'

As it looks to make the national capital tobacco-free, the Delhi government has launched an innovative drive which proposes to create a 'Tobacco Aware Citizens' Directory' to spread the word about its harmful effects.

Govt opposes PIL against exempting Sikh women from wearing helmets

The city government on Wednesday opposed in the Delhi High Court a PIL against its recent notification exempting Sikh women from wearing helmets while driving or riding pillion on two-wheelers here.

Show results of steps implemented to curb crime against women: HC to govt

 

New Delhi: The Delhi High Court on Wednesday directed the city government and police to inform it whether the measures claimed to be implemented by them to curb crimes against women are producing any results.