Kejriwal said that many private school students were taking admission in government schools because of the quality of education being imparted.
In a major relief to daily wage workers, the city government raised the dearness allowance for skilled and semi-skilled labourers on Friday.
The Delhi government's decision to conduct a probe into the incident by a district magistrate was intended to cover up its lapses as the question arises that how such an illegal building.
Even as people are complaining of water shortage, several complaints of contaminated water have been reported in many areas, including Badarpur, Laxminagar and Dwarka.
The proposed programme will assist construction employees in reducing their costs associated with work-related travel within the city.
The department asked to conduct an independent audit of the trees transplanted by various departments over the last few years.
Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia said that learning a global language is not just the acquisition of a skill but also an association with the culture of a particular country.
The petition read that the construction of the alleged multilevel car parking is arbitrary, unlawful, and in derogation of the principles in the Constitution.
The scheme of annual health check-up for all employees aged 40 years and above serving in various departments of the Delhi government was introduced in 2019.
High Court directs Delhi government to decide complaint against private school charging high late fee
In case the petitioner is aggrieved by any order passed by the authorities, it will be open to the petitioner to seek legal recourse as permissible in law, the judge said.
The Central government on Wednesday argued in Supreme Court for administrative control over Delhi owing to its status as the national capital and the ‘face of the nation’.
Atishi explained about the various steps and initiatives such establishing a framework for mentor teachers and enhancing community participation in the upkeep of schools.
The Delhi government made masks mandatory at public places with immediate effect, and imposed a fine of Rs 500 for any violation.
Students, staff shouldn't be allowed to enter school premises without thermal scanning: Delhi government
Students and staff should not be allowed to enter school premises without thermal scanning, the Delhi government said in a set of COVID-19 guidelines issued for schools.
Admission test on May 11 for students whose studies are affected by certain circumstances