The odd-even scheme started on November 4 and is scheduled to conclude on November 15 but the CM Kejriwal has said it could be extended.
Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal hinted at the possible extension of the Odd-Even scheme.
Delhi BJP resolved to hold regular protests against AAP legislators and highlight their local issues, which they had allegedly failed to address.
Amanatullah Khan, chairman of the DWB, said that the first desk would be set up in one of offices of the Wakf Board.
There are currently 302 Mohalla Clinics in the national capital, serving as primary health centres. They offer around 109 essential medicines and 212 diagnostic tests free of cost.
The air quality has deteriorated essentially on the days the ‘Odd-Even’ scheme was suspended by the Delhi government on the occasion of Sikh festival Guru Purab on November 11 and 12.
The Delhi Development Authority has been made the nodal agency to carry out demarcation of the colonies.
Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal said his government had decided to make free arrangements for elderly pilgrims visiting Gurdwara Darbar Sahib Kartarpur.
In a candid chat with The Morning standard, AAP minister Satyendar Jain shares his thoughts on the govternment’s achievements and the party’s poll prospects.
Sanjeev Khirwar, secretary (health) of the Delhi government said arrangements would be made to keep all OTs running.
Goel said he would organise a camp on November 17 at his residence to give information about the regularisation of unauthorised colonies.
As per a report released on November 4 by the South Delhi Municipal Corporation (SDMC), the number of malaria cases recorded till November 2 had also risen to 617.
The Supreme Court on Saturday cleared the way for the construction of a Ram Temple at the disputed site at Ayodhya.
The announcement followed Sikh organisations urging the Delhi government to relax the car rationing rule, which is currently in force in the city to reduce vehicular emissions.
The city, which has already been woefully short on public transport for a long time, saw around 15 lakh private vehicles go off the roads on the first day of the return of the ‘Odd-Even’ plan.