Here’s a list of the headlines made by Arvind Kejriwal and his 48-day-long Aam Aadmi Party government.
Collective self-censorship seems to have erased all evidence of the various anarchies that ruled Delhi.
The court had sought the Delhi government’s opinion on a petition filed by Bhullar’s wife, demanding commutation of punishment owing to his mental illness.
Kejriwal had last night renewed his threat of resigning if the proposed legislation was defeated by Congress and BJP.
Earlier this week, Kejriwal had ordered filing of a police complaint against Moily, Reliance Industries and its Chairman Mukesh Ambani for creating an artificial shortage of gas in the country and raising prices.
Arvind Kejriwal reportedly wanted to meet Union Home Minister to discuss Bill and provisions to shift control of Delhi Police from Centre to Delhi government.
The court dismissed the argument, observing that a decision to shift the Assembly venue would be open to judicial review.
The department also sought to know the role of each official connected with the process.
The court was hearing a petition seeking free treatment at AIIMS for the seven-year-old son of a rickshaw-puller, who is suffering from Gaucher’s disease.
Delhi government’s power subsidy divides the people into AAP sympathisers and others.
Sharma said those who have no respect for rules or institutions or the constitution do not deserve to be in high offices
Kejriwal government is strangely not too keen to share with the public, including the media, the Lokpal Bill cleared by the cabinet on February 3.
He said Kejriwal’s decision “to put the Centre under police jurisdiction of the state government would be a constitutional monstrosity”.
Those who did not pay their power bills between October 2012 and April 2013 will have to pay only half the amount.
JSCC has been formed by six major student bodies including All Manipur Students Union, Democratic Alliance of Students of Manipur and Manipuri Students Federation.