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Coming: A help centre for city’s migrants

Officials said the project is being planned as a ‘one-stop solution’ to a number of problems faced by migrants in Delhi.

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AAP govt gets former DERC chief to study power sector, write white paper

While Delhi was ruled by the Congress during the major part of the period under study, Jain said the white paper was not a political move.


Delhi government gets Rs 395 crore

Delhi government didn’t “understand the logic behind non-plan grant remaining stagnant for last 14 years”.

Arvind Kejriwal, CAG

Cuts will remain till CAG audit is completed: Govt

On the free power scheme, Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia said the government will review power rates once the audit is over.


Full statehood must for growth, says Najeeb Jung

Jung said the government will be “transparent, participative and interactive” by bringing in laws like Jan Lokpal and Swaraj.


Arvind Kejriwal wants a budget by the people

Citizens in 5 to 10 Assembly segments will take part in drafting the budget.


Govt starts registration process for e-rickshaws

Govt has started the process for ensuring the plying of e-rickshaws under 13 regional transport authorities of the capital.

Arvind Kejriwal, AAP, Manish Sisodia, Delhi government

AAP government to departments: Send proposals to slash power bills by half

The govt also directed the Delhi Jal Board to prepare a proposal on providing free water up to 20,000 litres per month.


AAP MLAs hit the road to thank voters

Ministers went door-to-door to meet residents.

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Pledge in govt schools: I shall respect women

The government’s directorate of education has included the new pledge in the students’ diary.


Many welfare targets, only a few reached

This part of the data series looks at Delhi’s record in state and central welfare schemes.


Before poll code kicked in, tenders went out for 100 ambulances

The fleet will soon be expanded to over 250 ambulances.

HC seeks Centre, state response on arms licences issued outside Delhi

The PIL has been filed by NGO Paardarshita Public Welfare Foundation.


Look at setting up shelters on pavements, HC tells govt, NGO

Asks both parties to submit joint report within a week on setting up more night shelters in the city.


Uber pulls out case against ban

Both Ola and Uber cabs services have been banned and any of their cars found operating are being seized.