Day 359: 9-Feb-16


Steps taken by AAP government in Delhi on 9-Feb-16:

  1. Arvind Kejriwal and his ministers will mark their first year in office with a “telethon” in which they will answer phone calls from the people of Delhi. (http://goo.gl/HnURGu) (http://goo.gl/sFGSgi) (http://goo.gl/KeFYaV)
  2. Delhi government is mulling introducing health identity cards for Delhi citizens that would allow them to avail health services. (http://goo.gl/o9Kjv3)
  3. Trucks coming from outside the national capital will now only be allowed to enter Delhi from 11 pm onwards against the existing 9.30 pm limit. (http://goo.gl/Oj2Suz)
  4. The Delhi government is considering commissioning a third-party audit of its industrial areas to check pollution. (http://goo.gl/6CfkGn)

Related News:

  1. ‘Give me eight months and I can rout out corruption from the Delhi govt’ : S S Yadav (http://goo.gl/DQvzhq)
  2. Delhi High Court dismissed the plea of former Indian cricketers Kirti Azad seeking a court-monitored probe by CBI or SIT into the alleged financial irregularities in the Delhi Cricket body. (http://goo.gl/b9apTe) (http://goo.gl/olPWfF)
  3. Forgotten: The other 6-year-old who died in a Delhi MCD school. (http://goo.gl/3lkoaW) (http://goo.gl/pQerX7)
  4. Green Panel (NGT) raps Municipal Corporations over waste burning in the capital. (http://goo.gl/5dLeA9)
  5. Ryan schoolboy Devansh’s parents hold candlelight vigil at Jantar Mantar. (http://goo.gl/FbR7xG)
  6. Delhiites got a slight breather on Tuesday as a section of the municipal sanitation staff that has been on strike since January 27 returned to work. (http://goo.gl/HxeoSn)
  7. AAP minister’s staff caught on camera demanding Rs 30 lakh bribe for boss. (http://goo.gl/O0u5vK) (http://goo.gl/Ja19Ww) (http://goo.gl/qzBngP)
  8. The AAP government rubbished the Congress’ allegations against Minister Imran Hussain, his brother and office staff of their involvement in demanding bribe from a local builder. (http://goo.gl/6T1RJp) (http://goo.gl/Ja19Ww) (http://goo.gl/vURhRb)
  9. National Green Tribunal on Tuesday pulled Delhi government’s Delhi Jal Board for spending money on Yamuna without its permission. (http://goo.gl/8om150) (http://goo.gl/pdS646)
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