Day 306 : 18-Dec-15

Steps taken by AAP government in Delhi on 18-Dec-15:

  1. Delhi government has decided to tie up with Google and Twitter to give real time information about buses during the implementation of odd-even scheme starting January 1. ( (
  2. Transport minister Gopal Rai said that leaves of all DTC staff stand cancelled from January 1 to 15 to enable optimum bus services during implementation of odd-even policy. ( ( (
  3. Directorate of Education has issued the order “declaring holidays for all schools” from January 1-15, 2016, to make new odd-even scheme functional with least disturbance. (
  4. The Directorate of Education, Delhi, has now fixed an upper-age limit for entry level classes. (

Related News:

  1. Schools in Delhi have been ordered to shut down for 15 days starting January 1 during the trial period of odd-even vehicle formula by the Delhi government. (
  2. Delhi Commission for Women has sought intervention of President and the Chief Justice of India against releasing of the juvenile convict in the December 16 gang-rape case. ( (
  3. The Delhi High Court  has directed the State Election Commission to hold bye-elections to vacant seats in 13 municipal wards of the national capital by April 30. ( (
  4. Delhi Gang-Rape: Women’s Commission criticises release of juvenile convict. ( (
  5. The NGT refuses to vacate its order banning registration of new diesel-run vehicles, saying it won’t interfere with the Supreme Court order which has taken a similar stand. (
  6. AAP stepped up its attack on finance minister Arun Jaitley on Friday, accusing him of having persuaded ONGC to give Rs 5 crore to Hockey India. ( ( ( (
  7. NTPC shelves plan to switch Badarpur to gas-based plant. (
  8. National Green Tribunal orders inspection of waste-to-energy & thermal plants in Delhi. (
  9. The Delhi High Court has declined to pass orders on a bunch of PILs, against the AAP government’s plan to impose the odd-even numberplate formula for plying of private vehicles from January 1. (
  10. SDMC has issued 528 challans for violations and imposed a fine of Rs 50,000 in each of the instances in compliance with National Green Tribunal orders. (
  11. National Green Tribunal has rejected the petition to close down Delhi secretariat. (

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