Day 634: 12-Nov-16


Steps taken by AAP government in Delhi on 12-Nov-16:

  1. The Delhi government formed several teams to check the sale of salt by shopkeepers on exorbitant prices. (https://goo.gl/hOkOCT)
  2. The AAP government asks Delhi Police to launch a crackdown against 1.91 lakh diesel vehicles older than 15 years across the national capital. (https://goo.gl/cw2ZZV) (https://goo.gl/tjmjW3)
  3. Kids of Delhi Government schools who couldn’t read catch up, thanks to initiatives of Manish Sisodia. (https://goo.gl/DQCCKC)
  4. Delhi Government’s Department of Education Laxmi Public School in Karkardooma to pay teachers in a month as per 6th pay commission. (https://goo.gl/1qqCf6)
  5. Chief minister Arvind Kejriwal and his deputy Manish Sisodia hit the streets in a bid to reach out to the capital’s traders post crises due to “demonitization”. (https://goo.gl/eOgywB) (https://goo.gl/QSLNsq)

Related News:

  1. Delhi Police’s crime branch to probe missing JNU student Najeeb Ahmed’s case. (https://goo.gl/jLhYJs)
  2. Demonetisation effect: Despite wedding bells, silence at biggest market in capital. (https://goo.gl/035MG5)
  3. Delhi can either be national capital or a state: Ajay Maken. (https://goo.gl/qJkbl7)
  4. Air quality in capital goes from ‘severe’ to ‘very poor’. (https://goo.gl/y0zjkV)
  5. Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal alleged that BJP had tipped off its “friends” about the “Demonetization” move much before PM Narendra Modi’s announcement. (https://goo.gl/0Lwus1) (https://goo.gl/ywU8o1)
  6. Delhi a wake-up call for world on air pollution: Unicef. (https://goo.gl/jiCimX)
  7. Queue quarrels, cashless ATMs: PCR phones ring off the hook after demonetization. (https://goo.gl/ReiAxG) (https://goo.gl/Xy858Q)
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