Day 660: 8-Dec-16

Steps taken by AAP government in Delhi on 8-Dec-16:

  1. Delhi Aam Aadmi Party Government hikes salaries of guest teachers in Government schools. ( (

Related News:

  1. Now, shop for vegetables using your mobile phone. (
  2. Income Tax Department unearths syndicate exchanging old notes in Delhi. (
  3. Metro Train catches fire at Patel Nagar Metro Station in Delhi. ( ( ( (
  4. L-G Najeeb Jung objecting to road vacuum cleaning: CM Arvind Kejriwal. ( (
  5. Even after announcement, no coupons at any of the toll plazas across NCR. (
  6. Delhi e-rickshaw drivers say demonetisation has hit their business hard. (
  7. 14,000 Delhi Transport Corporation employees yet to get ‘full’ pension. (

Day 347: 28-Jan-16

Steps taken by AAP government on Delhi on 28-Jan-16:

  1. The Delhi government Thursday hit out at the BJP-ruled municipal corporations for not being able to pay salaries to employees. ( (

Related News:

  1. Deputy chief minister Manish Sisodia demands dissolution of three municipal corporations and scheduling of fresh elections. (
  2. Delhi govt paid for 12 months of MCD salary, where did that money go, asks Manish Sisodia. (
  3. US Ambassador Richard Verma praises Odd-even formula of Delhi Government to reduce pollution. (
  4. The Delhi High Court dismissed a plea of AAP leader Somnath Bharti seeking contempt action against the police officials. (
  5. BJP lawmaker Kirti Azad to move court against Modi Government & Arun Jaitley in DDCA scam. ( ( ( (
  6. NDMC area in the capital will be developed among others in PM Modi’s Smart City initiative, enabling it to receive a funding of Rs. 500 crore for various projects. (
  7. The Delhi High Court slammed the central government for not clearing funds to create additional posts in the Delhi Police. ( ( (
  8. The Mayor of North Delhi challenged the Aam Aadmi Party government on Thursday to prove that it did not owe the civic bodies any money. (
  9. Municipal employees dump waste outside deputy CM Manish Sisodia’s camp office in Khichdipur and on the streets of Laxmi Nagar and Pandav Nagar on Thursday. ( ( ( (