AAP gives priority to Punjab polls; MCD candidate list on hold

The infighting among Punjab Congress and the public anger against the SAD and BJP over the farm laws have weakened them in the state. 

31 Aug 2021

Delhi child rights body to geotag all anganwadi centers in city

The rights body hopes this will strengthen the service delivery mechanism within the department as the AWCs had proved helpful in the fight against the pandemic.  

27 Aug 2021

Notice to senior officials over delay in payment to childcare institutions

According to the department, late submission of bills by officers and heads of childcare homes has caused the delay in payment between April and June this year.  

26 Aug 2021

Smog tower elicits mixed response among Delhi residents

Delhi government’s ‘war on pollution’ by setting up India’s first smog tower has received mixed response from the beneficiaries in the locality.

24 Aug 2021

CM Kejriwal inaugurates India’s first smog tower, but project far from over

On a pilot basis, the 24-metre tower’s effectiveness will be studied. If results are positive, this may be replicated in other sites.

24 Aug 2021

How AAP is painting Delhi in Deshbhakti colours on this month of Independence

The plan itself is part of the Kejriwal government's larger pitch for 'deshbhakti' or patriotism, as a counter to the BJP's 'rashtravaad' or nationalism, in a bid to reach out to a wider audience.

23 Aug 2021

Fresh feud between Delhi government, Lt Governor on deaths due to oxygen shortage

The Delhi government had earlier constituted a high-level inquiry committee to ascertain the deaths caused by oxygen shortage and provide a compensation of Rs 5 lakh each to families of the deceased.

21 Aug 2021

Delhi's ration dealers in a fix over old biometrics of children  

If the machine does not recognise the thumbprints, the dealer cannot provide ration to the beneficiary, forcing children to bring their parents to the shop.

21 Aug 2021

Rising mercury fails to dampen spirits in Ghazipur

“We are far away from our homes because the government has left us with no other option. It has left us on the road,” fumed Virappan, who hails from Karnataka.

19 Aug 2021

DPCC directs industrial associations to register by Aug 31 or face action

As per the new directive, not only the new but old industries will also have to register with the watchdog in the next few days.

18 Aug 2021

Fire stations planned in busy hospitals and malls in Delhi

The idea is to have small-to-medium-range fire fighting facilities at places of high footfall, which are prone to incidents of fire. 

17 Aug 2021

Coming soon: AIIMS Delhi first hospital in country to have fire station in premises

The Delhi Fire Service (DFS) has collaborated with All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS), Delhi, to soon open a fire station inside the hospital.

16 Aug 2021

Kejriwal likely to focus on patriotism as AAP looks for role outside Delhi

According to the ruling party, in order to give a more 'substantive' meaning to nationalism for next generation 'Deshbhakti Curriculum' has been launched.

15 Aug 2021

City govt-DDA land tussle put health infra in comma

Nearly 30 healthcare projects stuck due to allotment complications

13 Aug 2021

COVID third wave: Delhi government to launch programme for judicious use of medicines 

The health department of Delhi faced shortage of medicines while fighting the pandemic over the past one and a half year. 

10 Aug 2021