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Delhi govt bans obscene ads on public transport vehicles

All the major auto-rickshaw unions have been resisting government move for mandatory installation of GPS in auto-rickshaws.

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Apologise for quitting, seek second chance: Kejriwal to volunteers

Kejriwal maintained that the party would not ally with the Congress again, and explained why the AAP could not form the government immediately.

Sexual assault: Delhi govt fined Rs 2 lakh for ‘apathy’

The fine was imposed after no lawyer turned up to represent the Delhi government for the hearing on Wednesday.

Seize e-rickshaws if needed, High Court tells Delhi govt

The court directed the Chief Secretary of Delhi to file a detailed an affidavit explaining why e-rickshaws were being “allowed to ply”.

Won’t support AAP: Cong

This division of Muslim votes between the AAP and the Congress is one of the reasons why the AICC supported the state unit’s recommendation to not support the AAP.

Will go back to people on forming government in Delhi: Arvind Kejriwal to L-G

Leaders split on early polls, AAP tells Jung not to dissolve House.

Fight to curb pollution remains on paper

Experts said it was time to formulate a source-based action plan for air pollution.

In 2011, the HC had ordered that a 3-member panel audit the records of over 1,172 schools in the capital.

Refund of school fee: HC asks govt for status report

The committee has, so far, submitted five reports, indicting over 320 schools for making “unjustified or unauthorised” hike in the school fee.

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NHRC directs Delhi govt, police to pay Rs 5 lakhs compensation

The Commission has observed that the abuse of power by a public servant led to loss of life of an innocent child.

Revenue dept begins issuing OBC certificates to Jat community

The reservation for jobs under the Central government for members of the Jat community was recently notified by the Government of India.

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SC lifts stay on nursery admissions; eligible students to get seats under IST quota

The court directed the schools to admit such children by increasing the seats if they have to.

Docs play truant in health centres, pulled up

The AAP government had proposed starting four-hour evening dispensaries on a trial basis in two centres.

File status reports on water, power & key sectors every 15 days: L-G to DCs

DCs have been asked to submit a report on basic needs such as water, power, medical aid and schools in these slums, including a report on power outages, if any.

After raids, govt asks shopkeepers to get their weighing scales verified

There are nine zonal offices of the Food and Supplies department, where shopkeepers can get their weighing machines verified.

Summer helpline registers over 200 complaints in 2 days

Officials, however, said many consumers were contacting the government helpline directly.