Last year, the Delhi government had invited comments from the public on the report of the expert committee on excise policy and received more than 14,000 suggestions.
The residents, who are willing to join as volunteers under the programme, can visit the website of Delhi Parks and Gardens Society and download an application form.
A division Bench of Justice DN Patel and Justice Jyoti Singh sought a response from the Delhi government and jail authorities while slating the matter for March 26.
The notice, issued by the secretary of the Labour Department, also advises city residents to hire house help only through a registered service provider.
The order has been sent to all the district magistrates and chief district medical officers.
BiPAP is a small, easily operable machine that helps a person with COVID to breathe, while the High Flow Nasal Cannula is an oxygen supply system.
The existing Taxi Meter Unit from Wazirpur Industrial Area will be shifted to the new building at Vishwas Nagar, which is more centrally located and easily accessible.
As per the RTI rules, all public authorities are to disclose RTI applications and appeals received and their responses, on the websites maintained by them with search facility based on key words.
In the annual budget for 2021-22, the New Delhi Municipal Council (NDMC) has decided to provide public toilets exclusively for the third gender in the national capital.
Last month, the New Delhi Municipal Council announced its plans to build public toilets exclusively for the third gender while finalising its budget.
Arvind Kejriwal said his government is collaborating with the IITs in Kanpur and Delhi and environment think-tank TERI for real-time monitoring of pollution sources.
The Delhi government on Saturday launched social media handles to connect with the people as part of the ‘Switch Delhi’ campaign.
It is learnt that a 20 per cent reduction in the circle rate would have an impact equivalent to 1 per cent reduction in the stamp duty or registration charges.
According to the residents of Lal Dora villages in the national capital territory, the lack of a development plan causes several problems for them.
The provision for volunteers has been made in the revised guidelines issued recently to bridge the gap between parents and schools for effective implementation of SMCs’ schemes.