Officials said the method had been approved by the Supreme Court and the Central Vigilance Commission.
In 2014, 81 women above the age of 45 delivered their first child; one short of 82 in 2013.
After a home guard was attacked by a miscreant on a bus a few weeks ago, other personnel expressed their reservation over the non-provision of safety equipment like a lathi or a baton to their lot.
The govt’s decision was announced on August 6 after DCW chairperson Swati Maliwal held a meeting with deputy chief minister Manish Sisodia and health minister Satyendar Jain.
Following the agreement, the training partners will start the recruitment of teachers and trainers.
Ashok Thakur, the central government’s nominee for the NAFED director’s post, has sought time to discuss the issue with Jung.
The govt had issued an order to all heads of local bodies, stating that the services of “contractual employees engaged by various government departments should not be terminated till further instructions in the matter”.
In its letters, NAFED had urged the government to nominate its official for a committee which would decide the price of procuring onions, according to their quality and quantity.
Citing Section 33 of the Excise Act 2009, officials said a person cannot bring more than 1 litre of liquor to Delhi from other states.
The discoms have also cited the ‘legality’ of such a move and said the ‘DERC’s own guidelines are against giving suo moto compensation.’
Government sources said there will be three types of WiFi services- public, college and vehicle.
The Delhi govt had told the Tribunal that it had checked the trucks for age, weight, and extent of pollution caused and had found that only eight trucks did not conform to permissible pollution standards.
If any ailment is identified, necessary treatment will be provided in government health facilities.
The PILs were filed after EDMC safai karamcharis went on a strike over non-payment of their salary, leading to heaps of garbage littering several areas and roads of East Delhi.
The Supreme Court asked Congress leader Ajay Maken to approach Delhi High Court with his petition against radio and television advertisements by the Delhi government.