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HC directs AAP govt to ensure fire safety in Delhi schools

The bench also disposed of another plea moved by him that claimed some banquet halls in the city were not adhering to the Delhi Fire Service Act and rules

Delhi: Has Kejriwal govt jumped the gun by blaming girl's death on demolition?

Rukaiya Khatoon, the youngest of three children, died at least three hours before demolition work began after being buried under the heap of clothes inside her house.


Now, get caste certificate, 11 other services with just a click

As part of the project, chief secretary K K Sharma said the government has completely digitised caste documents as early as 1967 till the present date.

‘Socialist, secular’ missing from constitution day advertisement, AAP govt orders probe

Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia said if the error is found to be deliberate, those responsible will be punished. “We will not tolerate any mischief with the Constitution or sentiments attached to it,” he said.

Delhi: Govt considers ‘congestion tax’ on vehicles

The idea of levying a congestion charge had earlier been proposed by the municipal corporations, but it never got a final go-ahead from the councillors.

At Palam, Kejriwal announces 5-yr plan on women’s security

Kejriwal also said the BJP should handover to the AAP the responsibility of curbing corruption.


No over-enthusiasm to form govt, but ready to face polls: BJP

BJP has 32 seats in the 70-member Delhi Assembly.

Unfazed by SG's red flag, Kejriwal govt adamant on Jan Lokpal Bill

The AAP government plans to enact the Jan Lokpal Bill in a public venue next week.

First list of AAP candidates for LS polls will take on these 28, says CM

Many of the 28 names had featured in a list of 15 UPA ministers India Against Corruption, the forerunner of AAP, had alleged were corrupt and wanted investigated.

AAP govt seeks magisterial probe, BJP, Cong slam Kejriwal for shifting blame

The CM has asked Urban Development Minister Manish Sisodia to compile a detailed report on the incident and submit it to the chief minister’s office.