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Govt launches low-cost screening for liver cancer

Cancers of the liver, especially hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC), are one of the most common cancers in the world.

12 H1N1 cases since Jan, govt sounds alert

Government hospitals have also been asked to ensure the availability of adequate ventilator facilities for treatment of the virus, commonly known as swine flu.

Govt picks 12 centres for safe disposal of e-waste

Earlier, the Delhi government, along with New Delhi Municipal Council, had tried to experiment on ways to dispose e-waste safely.

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AAP asks LG to invite BJP to form government in Delhi

Bhushan called upon the LG to take an “appropriate decision” in this regard, so that the citizens of Delhi can have a democratically elected government at the earliest.

Post of Mayor in all three civic corporations reserved for SC

he last date for filing nominations for both positions is April 21.

In 5 years, 420 patients have ‘disappeared’ from state-run IHBAS

IHBAS director Dr Nimesh Desai said these figures were “misleading”.

L-G orders forming task force against encroachers

Force will coordinate with land owning agencies to curb encroachment.

Govt declares holiday on April 10

Any contravention of the above provisions by an employer is punishable under the relevant sections of the RP Act.

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Govt issues notice to Arvind Kejriwal, asks for Rs 85k per month rent

Arvind Kejriwal had sought an extension to stay in the C-II/23 house at Tilak Lane till his daughter’s examinations in May.

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Will remove pvt vehicles from Chandni Chowk: Govt

Tells High Court that it plans to build a tram service in the area.

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High Court pulls up govt: Stop passing the buck, regulate city’s e-rickshaws

Unchecked growth – Battery rickshaws mushroom in capital.

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Auditor under scrutiny

CAG’s powers and duties draw from a constitutional mandate.

Orphanages must abide by Juvenile Justice Act, 2000: High Court

Orphanages had also pleaded before court that they were neither a children’s home as defined under the JJ Act nor did they keep children in need of care and protection.

L-G seeks report on juvenile homes

Lt-Governor Najeeb Jung have asked Delhi government to submit a comprehensive plan on improving the management at observation homes in city within two weeks.

Govt scraps 5 points given to interstate transfer applicants

Revised points system to be notified today, fresh draw of lots to be held