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. (http://goo.gl/K06dSQ)

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. (http://goo.gl/W303ca)
  2. Delhi High Court seeks response from AAP government on it’s advertisement campaign. (http://goo.gl/y7hyOP) (http://goo.gl/qUTNYF) (http://goo.gl/z5pDLp)
  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. (http://goo.gl/Pj4bMo)
  4. The police claimed in Delhi High Court that VVIP movements do not lead to huge traffic jams in the capital. (http://goo.gl/8zjkFo) (http://goo.gl/BxB7q8)
  5. The South Delhi Municipal Corporation (SDMC) Thursday issued safety instructions for all schools in its jurisdiction. (http://goo.gl/B6voc5)
  6. Delhi Minister Kapil Mishra on Thursday claimed to have received a death threat via telephone for speaking on the Jawaharlal Nehru University issue. (http://goo.gl/OiOGgl) (http://goo.gl/guiK2E) (http://goo.gl/sUOhz0)
  7. The Delhi ACB has registered a criminal case in relation to a complaint alleging a ‘scam’ in the recruitment procedure of the DSSSB. (http://goo.gl/XEzhmT) (http://goo.gl/NNxmYA)
  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. (http://goo.gl/xXbAAs) (http://goo.gl/NoH4ux)
  9. Residents of the NDMC area will soon be able to access services and register complaints through a mobile app. (http://goo.gl/DV3cDC)
  10. The NDMC has identified 60 locations to set up water ATMs in its jurisdiction. (http://goo.gl/nC3DBN)
  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. (http://goo.gl/8Ylqe5)
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