Delhi : 30-Apr-17

Steps taken by AAP Government in Delhi on 30-Apr-17:

  1. Delhi Government asks schools in Delhi to install air purifiers following an NGT order. ( (
  2. Teachers & Students of GB Pant Engineering College end hunger strike after meeting CM Arvind Kejriwal, who promised action. ( (

Related News:

  1. Delhi 5-stars including Taj, Imperial, Claridges, Leela, ITC Maurya Sheraton are on on Tax defaulter list of NDMC. (
  2. Kumar Vishwas wants to be boss, says AAP leader. Arvind Kejriwal dismissed rumours. ( ( ( (
  3. Tunnel connecting AIIMS with Trauma Centre opens; travel time now 5 minutes. (
  4. Time to work for Delhi’s slum dwellers: BJP chief Manoj Tiwari. (

Day 771: 29-Mar-17

Steps taken by AAP Government in Delhi on 29-Mar-17:

  1. Delhi Jal Board’s most detailed “Clean Yamuna” plan unveiled by LG Anil Baijal. (

Related News:

  1. Action soon on Traffic Management on 28 Delhi road corridors.  (
  2. Recover Rs 97 crore from AAP for advertisements: Delhi LG Anil Baijal. ( ( (
  3. Delhi Police’s performance comparable to their UK, US counterparts: Centre. (
  4. Congress releases blueprint on primary healthcare, education for upcoming MCD polls. (
  5. Property tax was waived for Vijay Goel last year, why not for public: Manish Sisodia. (

Day 768: 26-Mar-17

Steps taken by AAP Government in Delhi on 26-Mar-17:

  1. Inspector raj in MCDs to end with house tax abolition: Manish Sisodia. (

Related News:

  1. Delhi saves 290 MW by switching off lights during earth hour. (
  2. MCD Elections 2017: AAP gives tickets to those who helped Arvind Kejriwal in hour of need. (
  3. AAP National Treasurer Raghav Chadha writes to the Home Ministry seeking appropriate action against people who allegedly threatened top AAP leaders during a court hearing. (
  4. Congress presents roadmap to make Delhi ‘most beautiful’. ( ( (
  5. Deputy CM Manish Sisodia defends house tax waiver promise after Opp slams move. ( (

Day 762: 20-Mar-17

Steps taken by AAP Government in Delhi on 20-Mar-17:

  1. The Delhi government’s environment department is all set to begin work on its ambitious butterfly park project. (
  2. Water bill waivers in the capital to go on: Kapil Mishra. (

Related News:

  1. Traffic disrupted across Delhi despite Jat quota stir being called off. (
  2. Karol Bagh market multi-level car park: Shopkeepers to move court against North MCD in April. (
  3. Delhi MCD polls: AAP sets up ‘war room’, app to track volunteer campaigns. (
  4. Kin of expelled AAP youth wing leader allege their son was ‘framed’. (
  5. The three civic bodies have launched a crackdown on illegal political hoardings, banners and posters across the capital. (

Day 734: 20-Feb-17

Steps taken by AAP Government in Delhi on 20-Feb-17:

  1. The AAP Government has raised compensation for acid attack survivors from Rs. 3 lakh to Rs. 7 lakh. (
  2. The AAP Delhi Government begins laying sewer lines in five slum colonies. ( (
  3. The Aam Aadmi Party Government will allocate ₹350 crore under the Swaraj Fund in the upcoming budget for the next year. (
  4. The Delhi Government has directed its officers to visit all midday meal kitchens in their respective districts to check hygiene level there. (
  5. The Delhi Government has cleared 72,000 cases of refund to dealers registered with the VAT department in a span of around six months, in a first-of-its-kind drive. (

Related News:

  1. SC seeks Delhi Jal Board report on Yamuna cleaning in the capital. ( (
  2. South Delhi Municipal Corporation school gets 3D theatre, museum. (
  3. President returns Bill on timely delivery of services cleared by Delhi assembly. (

Day 661: 9-Dec-16

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

  1. Delhi Government to give nod to Metro nod to buy 916 coaches soon. (

Related News:

  1. Delhi’s sir quality in ‘Severe’ category, but emergency measures stayed out of sight. ( (
  2. 44 fake accounts with Rs. 100 crore found in raids on Delhi Axis Bank branch. (
  3. With eye on elections, cash-strapped MCDs offer amnesty scheme. (
  4. Doctors in the capital said that the Demonetisation move is now affecting mental health and triggering “adjustment-related disorders” in people. (
  5. Sales sluggish, business down even a month after demonetisation. (
  6. BJP hard-sells cashless theory to Muslims, gets back reality dose. (
  7. The Delhi zoo may not be open for visitors this winter after another bird died inside it towards the end of last month. (
  8. Arvind Kejriwal asks CS, DCW chief not to implement LG appointment Dilraj Kaur as Member Secretary of the women’s body. ( (

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 657: 5-Dec-16

Steps taken by AAP government in Delhi on 5-Dec-16:

  1. Delhi AAP Government agrees to bring back odd-even if pollution remains ‘severe’ 2 days in a row. (
  2. Delhi Jal Board decides new water bodies will be developed across the capital to boost water supply, starting with two in Dwarka. (
  3. Delhi Government to rope in SDMs to intensify drive against drinking in open. (
  4. Delhi Deputy CM Manish Sisodia instructed private schools set up on government land to “strictly” follow the “neighbourhood criterion”. (

Related News:

  1. Queues, chaos at banks after cash ban brings former bankers back to work in the capital. (
  2. IITM (Indian Institute of Tropical Meteorology) experts to find out what leads to long periods of fog. (
  3. Non-functional ATMs continue to be the bane for Delhiites who have been battling the cash crisis for almost a month. (
  4. 15% rise in collectionof VAT for Oct-Nov in the capital. (
  5. Two Axis Bank Managers arrested in Delhi, for illegally converting black money into white. (

Day 655: 3-Dec-16

Steps taken by AAP government in Delhi on 3-Dec-16:

  1. Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal to interact with the Capital’s prominent industrialists over the problems being faced by them since demonetisation. (
  2. The Delhi government has directed all liquor vends in the city to display rate charts reflecting changes in retail prices of various brands. ( ( (

Related News:

  1. Bharatiya Janata Party’s newly appointed Delhi unit chief Manoj Tiwari has said that Delhi should not be given full statehood. (
  2. Delhi cops pay ‘Shagun’ to colleague via E-Wallets, Bank Apps. (
  3. Industries across NCR using Sulphur-heavy fuel: NGT. ( ( (
  4. Delhi Police launch digital awareness campaign. (
  5. Delhi air quality better as compared to last year — but not by much. (
  6. Okhla waste to energy plant flouting norms: Residents to NGT. (
  7. Principal of a Government school and his associate thrash cops, when caught accepting bribe red-handed. ( ( (
  8. North Delhi Municipal Corporation digitises birth, death certificates. (
  9. 50% drop in VAT collection likely due to demonitisation: Manish Sisodia. (

Day 654: 2-Dec-16

Steps taken by AAP government in Delhi on 2-Dec-16:

**None for the day**

Related News:

  1. Air pollutant levels in Delhi violate prescribed limits by 4 times. (
  2. The Supreme Court asks the central government to notify the “graded response action plan” for different level of air pollution in the NCR. ( (
  3. Disposable plastic banned in Delhi NCR from January 1: National Green Tribunal. (
  4. Delhi Police public relations officer, DCP Rajan Bhagat, has been transferred. (
  5. Daily wagers at Sadar Bazar say work opportunities, and earnings, have plummeted post demonitisation.(
  6. SDMC has set aside Rs 900 cr only for sanitation in the capital. (
  7. 3 weeks after de-registration, out of 1.9 lakh old diesel cars, only 62 impounded. (