Delhi Transport Minister Kailash Gahlot launched the ‘One Delhi’ app, which can help commuters locate the nearest bus stops, Metro stations, know the time of arrival of buses, and plan their journey. I
While the financial implications of the proposal were not immediately clear, the government said it will provide a subsidy of up to Rs 75 lakh per bus, or 60 per cent of the total cost of a bus, as per the Centre’s FAME scheme.
According to the report, the Delhi government had an outstanding debt of Rs 25,338.96 crore in 2007-08, which was equal to 16.79 per cent of its gross state domestic product (GSDP). In 2017-18, the outstanding debt has increased to Rs 33,569 crore.
The chief minister, accompanied by Development Minister Gopal Rai, visited 'Shree Krishna Gaushala' funded by the Delhi government and municipal corporation in Bawana town in North West district. Talking to reporters after his visit, Kejriwal said the Aam Aadmi Party does not seek votes in the name of cows.
On April 16, the High Court had directed the Delhi government to release the amount in accordance with the Finance Commission recommendations within four weeks, for the period from November 1, 2017, to March 31, 2018, saying it was imperative to ensure that salaries are paid and civic facilities are not affected.
The amount, calculated on a per bus basis, covers capital charges, maintenance cost, manpower charge and power consumption charge, states the report prepared by the DIMTS (Delhi Integrated Multi-Modal Transit System). The cost will increase further if infrastructure for charging these buses are created only in depots and not terminals.
Pulling up private schools that have been served show-cause notices for overcharging students, the Delhi govt has warned it will take over 449 of them if they do not refund the extra fees within 2 weeks. To know more about the story watch out the video.
JNU students union president Kanhaiya Kumar who was arrested on the charges of sedition by the Delhi police last month, walked out of jail on Thursday. He was granted 6 months interim bail by Delhi High Court on Wednesday, 20 days after he was held for raising anti-India slogans in JNU campus on February 9. […]
New Delhi, Feb 08 (ANI): Municipal Corporation of Delhi (MCD) union leader RB Uthwal, on Monday said that the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) Government should clear all dues of workers pending since 2003 if it wanted to put an end to the ongoing strike. Uthwal further said that the wages given by the Delhi Government on the condition of that temporary workers being removed from their respective duties won't be accepted. He stressed that the only way to end the strike is to give permanent jobs to these workers and clear all pending dues. He further asked the Delhi High Court to pay attention to the condition of poor workers and their families before giving its final judgement on the strike.
New Delhi, Jan 08 (ANI): Bhartiya Janata Party (BJP) leader Nalin Kohli on Friday raised concern over the Delhi Government spending enormously on radio and television advertisements when it claims of scarce funds to pay various corporations. He further accused Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and his team of raising false allegations in absence of sound reasons to remain in media limelight.
Mumbai, Jan 07 (ANI): Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) leader Majeed Memon on Thursday praised the Delhi Government's odd-even formula, saying the scheme has shown successful results thus far, and can help control Mumbai pollution also if implemented. The scheme will not only help control the high level of pollution, but will also reduce the problem of traffic jams. He also stated that it is the people's participation that would make it a success in Mumbai and other major cities as well.
New Delhi, Jan 6 (ANI): Delhi Transport Minister Gopal Rai on Wednesday said that it would provide all the details of observations made by Delhi High Court with regard to the Odd-Even formula on January 8. Rai said Delhi Government will put all the points in front of the court and would prove the data of the changes in the level of pollution, since the Odd Even formula came into effect.
New Delhi, Jan 06 (ANI): Congress leader Randeep Surjewala on Wednesday said the Odd-Even formula has been successful in Delhi because of the cooperation of the people in the city. He stated that the scheme of Odd-Even has been bereft of politics and hence this formula has chances of doing well. He added the Delhi Government and other political parties should take decisions keeping in mind the pollution levels of the city and keep a check on the rising levels of pollution.