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An old Delhi demand met: Govt will regularise illegal colonies

Over 40 lakh in 1,728 colonies stand to benefit, property rights for a fee

Tie-up with AAP on the cards, Cong’s Delhi unit learns

Sources said the message has been conveyed to the Delhi unit that a tie-up is on the cards, though seat sharing details are yet to be chalked out.

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Delhi: Hundreds stage protest against security firm over wage discrepancies

One of the protesters told indianexpress.com that their pay slips for November showed the same salary for unskilled and skilled laborers.

Delhi High Court pulls up House panel for lengthy proceedings with Chief Secretary Anshu Prakash

The Delhi High Court Tuesday expressed anguish with a Delhi Legislative Assembly committee, comprising AAP MLAs, for not completing its breach of privilege proceedings against Chief Secretary Anshu Prakash despite questioning him for over four hours. 

Police, not AAP government, will control CCTVs in the capital, recommends L-G panel

The ‘Delhi Rules for Regulation of CCTV Camera Systems in NCT of Delhi, 2018’, drafted by a committee chaired by Principal Secretary (Home) Manoj Parida, was submitted to Baijal last week.

Delhi: Doorstep delivery and signature bridge, govt begins project push

“Zindagi hi sangharsh hai,” said Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, setting the tone for the government in the aftermath of the Supreme Court verdict, as it released funds to clear the path for key policies, including doorstep delivery of ration and the delayed Signature Bridge.

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Kejriwal: First time in history, Centre, L-G disobeying Supreme Court

During the meeting between Baijal and Kejriwal on Friday, the L-G agreed that Cabinet decisions no longer needed his consent. Services, however, was a different matter.

Supreme Court spells out ‘moral’ message: Trust vital between Centre, states

The verdict finds particular resonance given today’s fractured politics where functionaries at the Centre and states are often locked in a fierce political contest.

Fast-tracked: Ration at doorstep, CCTVs

To make up for what Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia called “two years that were wasted”, the AAP cabinet met at the Delhi Secretariat at 4 pm and issued directions to immediately speed up two delayed projects: doorstep delivery of ration and installation of CCTV cameras.

Get back to work, BJP and Congress tell AAP

The Congress also hit out at AAP and said the Arvind Kejriwal government had been using the conflict with the Centre as an alibi to hide its non-governance.

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