Day 377: 27-Feb-16

Steps taken by AAP government in Delhi on 27-Feb-16:

**None for today**

Related News:

  1. Lieutenant Governor Najeeb Jung, has praised Delhi Jal Board for tackling water crisis in the national capital triggered by the Jat quota stir in Haryana. ( ( (
  2. Patiala Court incident was ‘Orchestrated’ by Delhi Police, alleges Deputy CM Manish Sisodia. (
  3. ‘Were Your Men Sleeping?’ cops asked to explain JNU hearing violence. ( (
  4. JNU Row: Delhi Police transfer sedition probe to Special Cell. ( (

Day 376: 26-Feb-16

Steps taken by AAP government in Delhi on 26-Feb-16:

**None for today**

Related News:

  1. Delhi Police has alerted cops in Punjab about death threats to Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal. ( ( ( (
  2. The New Delhi Municipal Council (NDMC) has got two mobile health centres, equipped with modern medical and data storage facilities. (
  3. JNU Row: Around 22 people at flashpoint event identified, says Delhi Police. ( ( (
  4. Delhi Police Commissioner B S Bassi inaugurated the launch of 500 phablets, which aims to “reduce the gap” between local policemen and residents of the capital. (
  5. Wrongful acquisition of flat: CBI court hears case against Delhi Police chief B S Bassi. (
  6. Patient services in several Government hospitals affected after nurses went on mass casual leave demanding a review of the seventh pay commission’s recommendations. ( (
  7. The Supreme Court has issued notices to three lawyers, who assaulted the JNU Students’ Union leader Kanhaiya, seeking response why contempt proceeding was not initiated against them. (

Day 375: 25-Feb-16

Steps taken by AAP government in Delhi on 25-Feb-16:

  1. Water situation improved in the national capital on Thursday most areas except Dwarka and Matiala receiving supply, Delhi Water Minister Kapil Mishra said. ( (
  2. Delhi Ring Rail network: Gopal Rai welcomes move, to take steps to improve last-mile connectivity. (
  3. Delhi Chief minister Arvind Kejriwal has asked DJB to propose measures for making Delhi self-sufficient on the water front. (

Related News:

  1. The Delhi High Court said that no untoward incident should occur in any school in future. (
  2. The Supreme Court on Thursday asked the governments of Delhi and Haryana to cooperate and solve the water crisis in the national capital. ( (
  3. No illegality in notifications on ACB, appointment of officials: Centre to Delhi HC. (
  4. NHRC has issued notice to the Delhi Police and the AAP government over the “abduction” of a pregnant woman from LNJP Hospital. – ( (
  5. L-G Najeeb Jung asks senior police officer to look into issues of Kashmiri students. (
  6. Delhi House panel recommends terminating membership of BJP MLA, O P Sharma. (

Day 374: 24-Feb-16

Steps taken by AAP government in Delhi on 24-Feb-16:

  1. Delhi government approves extension of scheme of paying Rs. 1 crore ex-gratia to families of Defence personnel who lose their lives on account of operations, calamities and disaster. ( (
  2. Delhi Cabinet approves a proposal to carry out vacuum cleaning of city roads, aimed at bringing down the level of dust kicked up during sanitation routines. ( (

Related News:

  1. JNU Row: Now, new video shows ‘Outsiders’ chanting anti-India slogans. (
  2. NDMC to start working on installation of nearly one lakh dustbins in its areas by next month. (

Day 373: 23-Feb-16

Steps taken by AAP government in Delhi on 23-Feb-16:

  1. The water situation in Delhi showed a sign of improvement as water was received from Haryana and treatment plants commenced operations. ( ( (
  2. Water supply was partially restored in some parts of north and central Delhi morning, even as Delhi Water minister Kapil Mishra said there would be limited supply. ( (
  3. The Delhi government is likely to double the budget allocation for the Delhi Commission for Women. (

Related News:

  1. The Delhi assembly has passed as many as 23 legislations since the Aam Aadmi Party government assumed office in February last year, but most of them are awaiting the Centre’s approval. (
  2. In Flip Flop on JNU’s Kanhaiya Kumar, Delhi Police chief BS Bassi says ‘Circumstances Changed’. ( ( ( (
  3. A Delhi court reserved its order for March 9 on a criminal complaint filed by Finance Minister Arun Jaitley against Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and five other AAP leaders. ( (
  4. Delhi Government warns water crisis in the capital could run for another 15 days. (
  5. More than 50,000 motorists have lost their driving licenses in the past two months in the national capital for violations. (
  6. Supreme Court raps Kejriwal govt: Ministers sitting in AC chambers instead of talking to Haryana over water issue. (
  7. Lawyer Yashpal Singh, caught on camera thrashing JNU teachers, students and journalists at Patiala House courts complex and now finally arrested in the case faces arrest in a case of cheating and forgery too. ( (
  8. Much of Delhi’s water woes could be solved if its own reservoirs are put to use : Experts. (

Day 372: 22-Feb-16

Steps taken by AAP government in Delhi on 22-Feb-16:

  1. Delhi transco Ltd commissioned 6 projects improving electricity transmission in Delhi. (
  2. DTC plans to float fresh tender for 1000  buses. (
  3. Delhi govt to introduce regulatory norms for e-commerce soon . (

Related News

  1. Delhi forced to opt for water rationing. (
  2. Delhi govt considers not raising excise duty on liquer. (
  3. Vegetables, fruits may run scarce in the capital. (
  4. High court asked Delhi govt to formulate insurance policy for e-rickshaws. (
  5. District Majistrate sends disputed video for forensic test. (

Day 371: 21-Feb-16

Steps taken by AAP government in Delhi on 21-Feb-16:

  1. The fifth car-free day, an initiative by the Delhi government to check air pollution to be observed on Monday, 22nd Feb. (
  2. Delhi’s Deputy CM Manish Sisodia meets Rajnath Singh as Delhi stares at severe ‘Water Crisis’. (

Related News:

  1. Schools in the national capital will remain closed on Monday in view of the water crisis in Delhi due to the closure of the Munak Canal which supplies water to the city. ( ( ( (
  2. Yoga guru Ramdev said he will set up an international standard university in Delhi within the next five years. (
  3. Delhi is facing “a very serious water crisis” because of Jat protests in Haryana and water is to be strictly rationed in the city : Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal. (
  4. Munak canal equipment damaged: Delhi faces severe water crisis, govt moves apex court. (

Day 370: 20-Feb-16

Steps taken by AAP government in Delhi on 20-Feb-16:

  1. Delhi Government approaches Supreme Court as city apprehends water crisis due to Jat protest in Haryana. ( ( ( (
  2. Delhi Government working on regulatory norms for e-commerce firms. (
  3. Haryana Jat protests severely affect water supply in Delhi, Minister Kapil Mishra cancels staff’s weekend leave. (

Related News:

  1. One of the three lawyers Om Prakash Sharma, who allegedly led the attack on journalists, students and teachers of JNU at Patiala House Court Complex was arrested and released on bail. ( (
  2. Aam Aadmi Party demands sacking of Delhi Police Chief BS Bassi days before his retirement. ( (
  3. CBI shielding real culprits in anti-Sikh riots case, Arvind Kejriwal writes to PM Narendra Modi. (
  4. The Delhi High Court has directed the Delhi AAP government to formulate an insurance policy for e-rickshaws. (

Day 369: 19-Feb-16

Steps taken by AAP government in Delhi on 19-Feb-16:

  1. Delhi Health Minister Satyendra Jain on Friday said that the government will add 10,000 beds in its hospitals by 2017. ( (

Related News:

  1. A petition was filed in Delhi High Court accusing city police commissioner BS Bassi of “influencing” the probe in the sedition case against JNUSU president Kanhaiya Kumar. (
  2. The Ethics Committee of Delhi Assembly has decided to recommend stripping off BJP legislator OP Sharma’s membership of the House. ( ( ( ( ( ( (
  3. Vikram Chauhan, ring-leader of attacks in Patiala house, marches supported by hundreds of lawyers. ( (
  4. Odd-Even Phase 2: High Court refuses to hear plea against exemption to women. ( (
  5. NHRC slams Delhi Police for ‘doing nothing’ to stop assault on Kumar inside Patiala court. ( ( (
  6. Vikram Chauhan, master mind of attacks in Patiala house remains defiant, ignores three summons. (
  7. Centre asks Delhi government to pay Rs. 1,127 crore ESI dues. (
  8. The Delhi Police will arrange for JNSU president Kanhaiya Kumar’s security in the event of him coming out of Tihar Jail on bail. (
  9. The medical examination report of Kanhaiya Kumar suggests that he did suffer physical injuries, belying the claim made by Delhi Police in the Supreme Court. ( (
  10. Imposing a Green Tax has led to 20% dip in trucks entering Delhi. (

Day 368: 18-Feb-16

Steps taken by AAP government in Delhi on 18-Feb-16:

  1. The fifth ‘Car-Free Day’ in the national capital will be held on February 22 in the Munirka area of south Delhi. (

Related News:

  1. The Delhi government on Thursday filed a criminal complaint against police commissioner B S Bassi in a city court, alleging that he had indulged in corrupt practices. (
  2. Delhi High Court seeks response from AAP government on it’s advertisement campaign. ( ( (
  3. Thousands from colleges, universities and civil society took to the streets of Delhi to protest the police action at JNU and demanded immediate release Kanhaiya Kumar. (
  4. The police claimed in Delhi High Court that VVIP movements do not lead to huge traffic jams in the capital. ( (
  5. The South Delhi Municipal Corporation (SDMC) Thursday issued safety instructions for all schools in its jurisdiction. (
  6. Delhi Minister Kapil Mishra on Thursday claimed to have received a death threat via telephone for speaking on the Jawaharlal Nehru University issue. ( ( (
  7. The Delhi ACB has registered a criminal case in relation to a complaint alleging a ‘scam’ in the recruitment procedure of the DSSSB. ( (
  8. BJP legislator O P Sharma was arrested and bailed out promptly on Thursday for assaulting a protester outside Patiala House courts on February 15. ( (
  9. Residents of the NDMC area will soon be able to access services and register complaints through a mobile app. (
  10. The NDMC has identified 60 locations to set up water ATMs in its jurisdiction. (
  11. Aound 51 schools of the NDMC will soon have computers, white boards and projectors in classrooms of Class VI to XII, with the start of the next academic year. (