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Delhi Cabinet includes OBC, general category students in 'Jai Bheem Mukhyamantri Yojana'

Briefing reporters on the Cabinet decisions, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said that earlier, the scheme was only for the scheduled caste category students under which financial assistance of up to Rs 40,000 would be provided.

Delhi Assembly panel pitches for an independent legislature

“Except for a few posts, the Secretariat of Delhi Assembly comprises of officers and officials posted by the government/executive,” it states. The nine-member panel prepared the report and adopted it on February 22.

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Good riddance: Delhi govt okays scrapping of 200 affidavits

Delhi government does well to dent the affidavit culture. Bureaucracy must not be allowed to play spoilsport.

For quicker service, Delhi govt okays scrapping of 200 affidavits

The scrapped affidavits include corrections on birth and death certificates, adoption and services related to the education department and no objection certificates.

Delhi Cabinet decides to restructure vigilance department

Unlike earlier, heads of department (HOD) will have no say in the vigilance inquiry.

Govt moves on CCTV plan, lighting up ‘dark spots’

Installation of CCTV cameras all over Delhi was among the major poll promises made by AAP prior to the assembly election in February.

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Delhi Cabinet approves higher salaries for prosecution officers

The cabinet took note of the fact that the job of prosecutors in Delhi is very taxing.

Cabinet clears proposal: 21 AAP secys to be kept out of ‘office of profit’ clause

“It is the Law department that has been behind this move. The move ensures that the MLAs cannot be prosecuted under the office of profit clause,” the source said.

Arvind Kejriwal not to keep any portfolio

At 4.15pm Manish Sisodia, Delhi's Deputy CM, announced the portfolios in a media breifing.

Jan Lokpal is priority, Swaraj may not be tabled today: CM

The Swaraj Bill has been facing a lot of opposition from both Congress and BJP.

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