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. (

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