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At present, around 30 polyclinics are operational in the national capital and the government has set a target of 150 such polyclinics in the city.
Sisodia reportedly did not get the approval from the Centre to go to Moscow to speak about education reforms.
Fieldwork for data collection will be carried out during October and November. Interested people can apply through the official website of DES by August 31.
In a first of its kind initiative, principals of four Delhi government colleges were appointed as the Licensing Authority for issuing Learner's Driving License for students.
The human rights watchdog stated that in its opinion, there should be a separate state human rights commission in Delhi to deal with such cases of violation of human rights.
Due to the condition of the building, no major repair or alteration is recommended to the building owing to the safety issue.
In Delhi, a Member of Legislative Assembly currently gets Rs 4 crore in a year to execute various works in his or her constituency.
Bereft of sanitation, women and young girls have no option but to go in groups to relieve themselves at secluded spots behind dense bushes.
In an act of defiance, Kejriwal yesterday said "no mandatory permission" should be required from police to install CCTV cameras.
The decision was approved earlier on April 1, 2015 by the Delhi government, but it faced roadblock after office of the then Lt Governor raised objections.
SC not satisfied with Delhi government affidavit, seeks comprehensive plan on procurement of electric buses
ASG Pinky Anand told the court that she would instruct Delhi government to come out with a comprehensive plan on it taking into consideration the issues raised by the bench within six weeks.
Deputy CM Manish Sisodia blames Centre, PMO for defiance by babus in not doing work.
Sisodia lashed out Wednesday stating that BJP through back door is not letting them work. Sisodia further said that centre should not take the Delhi government lightly.
The administrative reforms department's proposal to charge a facilitation fee of Rs 50 from citizens for "each successful transaction" by an intermediary agency has been approved.