As part of measures to ensure that doctors are not found absent from duty, it has been directed that all empanelled staff have to inform the relevant authorities about leaves three days in advance.
One of the poll planks of the Aam Aadmi Party when it came into existence, Swaraj was supposed to be implemented after the AAP came to power, but the promise has remained on paper.
Keeping in mind the rich tradition of Punjabi language, the festival would be focused on Punjabi stories and poetry, and well-known performers from around India will perform during the three-day event
Congress general secretary Priyanka Gandhi Vadra is likely to work closely with the party’s local unit in Delhi for the upcoming assembly elections.
The retail price of onion has risen by 45 per cent in the past week to Rs 80/kg in the national capital.
The government received representation from Sikh organisations seeking exemptions from the road rationing rules on Guru Nanak Dev's birth anniversary on November 12.
After a meeting with some experts on the matter, the chief minister said the move would require all governments to come together and work jointly.
It questioned as to why the state governments cannot collect and purchase stubble from farmers.
Stating that the order is self explanatory, the court disposed of the Centre's applications seeking clarification of the order.
The apex bar body alleged that the policemen remained 'absent from duty, shouted slogans, used filthy language' and threatened to 'smash and kill lawyers' openly.
The petitioner, a woman herself, claimed that the decision was unconstitutional or that it required the permission of the central government.
A few groups of constables, active on WhatsApp, also decided to hold a protest at the PHQ and invited fellow policemen to join them.
On Tuesday, Lt Governor Anil Baijal said it is imperative to restore the trust between police and lawyers and also to ensure that justice is done impartially in the entire matter.
The notice seeks immediate action against all the police personnel and officials who staged demonstration yesterday, saying that their action was in clear contravention to the rules.
As lawyers raised slogans, litigants could be seen standing outside the gates of the courts, waiting to enter but not being allowed to do so.