Day 357: 7-Feb-16

Steps taken by AAP government in Delhi on 7-Feb-16:

  1. The Delhi government said it will recommend a probe by the Central Bureau of Investigation, or CBI, into the death of a Ryan International School student. ( ( ( ( ( (
  2. The Delhi government has undertaken a feasibility study for the construction of the fourth phase of Barapullah elevated road, extending it from INA to IGIA. (
  3. Good news for Delhi power consumers: 50% subsidy to stay as the Delhi government is set to further extend the scheme. (

Related News:

  1. All six district courts in Delhi will have Wi-Fi facility in the next 3-4 months. (
  2. Our exhaust is cleaner than Delhi air, says Jaguar in a strong criticism of the ban on high-end diesel car sales. ( (
  3. Delhi Student’s Death: Family seeks Minister Smriti Irani’s intervention. (
  4. Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal returned from Bengaluru after undergoing 10 days of naturopathy treatment for his chronic cough at a private medical institute. ( ( (
  5. DCW chief Swati Maliwal said that in case Delhi Police fails to submit data as sought by it on crimes against women, it will exercise its powers of a civil court. ( (
  6. Exempt cars ferrying brides, grooms from odd-even: Kejriwal government told. ( (
  7. Most people keen on getting odd-even back, says Deputy Chief Minister of Delhi Manish Sisodia. ( ( (
  8. The United Front of MCD Employees said they would continue with strike until the Delhi government “removed its conditions” for giving money to the corporations. (
  9. Former Delhi chief minister Sheila Dikshit said trifurcation of Municipal Corporations was the result of careful deliberation with a view to decentralise municipal governance in the capital. (
  10. Aam Aadmi Party’s popularity peaks on power policy among citizens of Delhi. (

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