Delhi may reserve COVID vaccination slots for second dose beneficiaries

Taking into account the vaccine supply and allocation of vaccine doses to the Delhi government, senior government officials are planning to reserve slots for people eligible for the second dose.

08 Aug 2021

Visitors to get glimpses of India's history in Delhi Assembly complex

Officials are working on a project to open the execution room where freedom fighters were hanged in the British rule with the execution area will be re-modelled for visitors.

07 Aug 2021

Respect democracy, Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal to Lt-Governor Anil Baijal after Covid meet

Baijal tweeted about the instructions passed to mitigate and manage any future surge in cases.

05 Aug 2021

Delhi: Come rains, PWD flooded with waterlogging plaints

With monsoon rains lashing the city in the last few weeks, the Public Works Department of Delhi government has reported an increase in the number of complaints related to waterlogging. 

01 Aug 2021

House resolution against Rakesh Asthana’s 'unconstitutional' posting as Delhi Police Commissioner 

The resolution expressed 'disapproval' against the controversial Gujarat-cadre officer being 'forced upon Delhi' as its police commissioner.

30 Jul 2021

Delhi government short of ration delivery target in July

The Aam Aadmi Party government and the Centre have been at loggerheads regarding the Public Distribution System in Delhi.

29 Jul 2021

Delhi Power Minister Satyendar Jain promises free power, Goa minister says it doesn’t work

In Delhi, the government has provided 200 units of electricity to each registered subscriber for the last two years with no rise in power tariff.

27 Jul 2021

Decline in number of masks, sanitisers distributed in Delhi

According to the data, on July 16 the state government distributed 4,186 masks among city residents.

23 Jul 2021

Delhi: Massive spike in cases of children’s rights violations, DCPCR likely to receive 20,000 complaints

Covid-19 has caused a massive spike in the number of cases related to children’s rights violations. Despite
efforts of the authorities, a lot remains to be done, writes Siddhanta Mishra

19 Jul 2021

Challenges aplenty in Aam Aadmi Party's expansion drive

In its bid to take the ‘Delhi Model’ of governance beyond the national capital, Aam Aadmi Party faces the tricky task of creating and sustaining base in other states and shedding its ‘urban’ tag

12 Jul 2021

Delhi's Graded Response Action Plan: This is what you need to know

The plan talks about specific restrictions depending on the level of alert and specific area of concern.

10 Jul 2021

'Peace and Harmony Committee can’t encroach into issues of public order': SC

The Supreme Court said that any representative of Facebook appearing before the Committee would be well within their right to refuse to answer the query.

09 Jul 2021

Nagaland government evicts two widows for Governor RN Ravi's  bungalow

The two widows were allegedly “evicted” as the Nagaland government had to surrender two flats from its quota of property in Delhi in lieu of Ravi being allowed to retain the bungalow.

27 Jun 2021

No word of doorstep ration delivery scheme in Kejriwal government's last two budgets

Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, who has been knocking the Centre’s door to get nod for the scheme, has on many occasions stated that the initiative is close to his heart.

19 Jun 2021

Draft Master Plan focuses on affordable, rental housing in national capital

As per the Socio-Economic Survey of Delhi, 2018-19, 85 per cent of its population requires affordable housing. 

10 Jun 2021