Day 732: 18-Feb-17

Steps taken by AAP Government in Delhi on 18-Feb-17:

  1. Delhi Deputy CM Manish Sisodia orders all 33 mid-day meal kitchens should be inspected by senior officers. (
  2. Delhi Government adds 100 new GPS-enabled buses for Delhi commuters. (

Related News:

  1. Ola, Uber cabs back on Delhi roads as drivers’ strike crumbles. ( (
  2. Private unaided schools on Government told to go ahead with nursery admissions by High Court. (
  3. DDCA case: Kejriwal asked to appear before court on March 21. ( (
  4. Delhi police image makeover: Women cops to hear complaints at police stations. (

Day 390: 11-Mar-16

Steps taken by AAP government in Delhi on 11-Mar-16:

  1. In a bid to encourage residents of the national capital for taking proper bills for their purchases, Delhi government awarded 54 customers on Friday. (

Related News:

  1. Hundreds of eminent scholars, activists demand criminal action from Delhi government against Zee News. (
  2. Taxi and autorickshaw union in Delhi threatened to go on a two-day strike from March 15 if their demand to rein in the city’s app-based cab services is not met. (
  3. Major arterial stretches in the capital witnessed severe traffic snarls on Friday evening, due to the World Culture Festival and over 20,000 marriages. (
  4. In letter to HRD Minister Smriti Irani, 600 teachers speak out against ‘anti-national’ act at JNU. (
  5. The Delhi High Court issued notice to the Centre and Delhi government on a plea challenging the appointment of the DERC chairperson. ( ( (
  6. Roads to avoid in Delhi for the next 3 days, check here for alternate routes. (
  7. JNU professor has kicked up a storm by allegedly calling “Dalit and Muslim teachers” in the campus “anti-nationals”. (
  8. The registration of flats sold by the Delhi Development Authority set to become simpler and shorter. (
  9. The Delhi Development Authority plans to build new housing projects in Dwarka, Vasant Kunj and Rohini. (

Day 374: 24-Feb-16

Steps taken by AAP government in Delhi on 24-Feb-16:

  1. Delhi government approves extension of scheme of paying Rs. 1 crore ex-gratia to families of Defence personnel who lose their lives on account of operations, calamities and disaster. ( (
  2. Delhi Cabinet approves a proposal to carry out vacuum cleaning of city roads, aimed at bringing down the level of dust kicked up during sanitation routines. ( (

Related News:

  1. JNU Row: Now, new video shows ‘Outsiders’ chanting anti-India slogans. (
  2. NDMC to start working on installation of nearly one lakh dustbins in its areas by next month. (

Day 361: 11-Feb-16

Steps taken by AAP government in Delhi on 11-Feb-16:

  1. Delhi government to do away with VIP treatment(private wards) in Delhi government hospitals. (
  2. AAP government planning to boost spending on health, education and road infrastructure. (
  3. 20 new polyclinics to be inaugurated in Delhi on February 14. (
  4. Delhi government plans body to invite investment, create jobs. (
  5. Kejriwal promises medical insurance. (
  6. Delhi government to hire 5500 private buses for Odd-even 2.0 .(
  7. Car pool groups, apps come alive for Odd-even 2.0 .(
  8. 54 pilot Model schools to set an example in Delhi. (
  9. Delhi might play host to formula-e championship. (

Related News

  1. Delhi Police to DCW: depute own staff. (
  2. DCW takes charge of women helpline. (

Day 344: 25-Jan-16

Steps taken by AAP government on Delhi on 25-Jan-16:

  1. Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said ‘jan sabhas’ or public meetings will be held across the city to seek public opinion on the odd-even scheme. ( ( ( ( ( ( (
  2. Teachers can be sent abroad for training to improve quality of education: Education Minister Manish Sisodia. (
  3. Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal on Monday announced that the city will have elevated BRT corridors. (

Related News:

  1. Delhi High Court directa the CBI to submit the photocopies of the documents seized by the agency during December 15 raids at the office of Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal’s principal secretary Rajendra Kumar. ( ( (
  2. NGT slammed Delhi Jal Board over rising ammonia levels in the Yamuna which has left its water beyond treatment. ( ( ( (
  3. Delhi Police is working on a standard operating procedure (SOP) to regulate the use of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) and drones in the city. (
  4. Arvind Kejriwal said the Centre’s decisioto recommend President’s rule in Arunachal Pradesh is “unconstitutional” and that Delhi was the Centre’s “next target”. ( (
  5. Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal says that Delhi government has already paid corporations their dues. (

Day 343: 24-Jan-16

Steps taken by AAP government on Delhi on 24-Jan-16:

  1. Delhi AAP government makes 20-point agenda to augment public transport. (
  2. Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal to address government doctors via video- conference. ( (
  3. Teachers can be sent abroad for training to improve quality of education: Manish Sisodia. (
  4. Delhi government to appoint a senior counsel to argue its case on the plastic bag ban in the high court. (
  5. The third section of the 23.6km-long Vikaspuri-Wazirabad elevated corridor was opened for traffic on Sunday. ( (
  6. The Delhi government has launched a scheme to make sports coaching available to school students. (

Related News:

  1. Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal accuses Centre of “creating hurdles unsparingly” before the Delhi government. ( ( ( (
  2. Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Sunday said he was the “wall” between the Centre and his ministers. (

Day 338: 19-Jan-16

Steps taken by AAP government on Delhi on 19-Jan-16:

  1. Delhi government starts work on dismantling the controversial BRT corridor in the national capital. ( ( ( ( ( (
  2. PWD Minister Satyendar Jain, on Tuesday, announced a proposal to fine commuters Rs 2,000 for obstructing demarcated bus lanes. (
  3. Bed capacity of Government hospitals in Delhi to be increased : Health Minister Satyendra Jain. (

Related News:

  1. The Delhi Hight Court said, Private unaided schools on land alloted by DDA have to take prior government sanction before hiking fees. ( ( (
  2. Bhavna Arora, the woman who threw ink at Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal earlier this week sent to 14 days of judicial custody. ( ( ( ( ( (
  3. Four days after the fortnight-long odd-even scheme ended, roads in the national capital continued to remain clogged during the peak hours. (

Day 331: 12-Jan-16

Steps taken by AAP government on Delhi on 12-Jan-16:

  1. Dismantling of the BRT corridor, a 5.8-km long stretch from Moolchand to Ambedkar Nagar, will be done by February : Delhi PWD Minister Satyendar Jain. (
  2. PWD minister Satyendar Jain said that Delhi to get additional 1,000 mohalla clinics by the end of this year. (
  3. New Delhi Municipal Council (NDMC) has set up a committee to formulate a policy on licence fees. (

Related News:

  1. Aam Aadmi Party on Tuesday claimed that the odd-even formula to curb air pollution had resulted in a considerable success. (
  2. The air quality in Delhi has started falling again after a relatively cleaner phase even as the Delhi government claimed reduction of vehicular traffic has resulted in less pollution. (
  3. 601 violators of the odd-even scheme were challaned on the 12th day of implementation of car-rationing measures in the national capital. ( (
  4. Delhi Metro has launched a survey for reviewing the existing position of the ladies coach. ( ( (
  5. DCW chairperson Swati Maliwal has sent a notice to Police Commissioner B S Bassi pointing out that the police had filed chargesheets in less than half of the cases of crimes against women registered since 2012. (
  6. DCW notice to Delhi Police Commissioner BS Bassi over non-filing of charge sheet in rape case. (
  7. The Delhi government’s “ambitious” idea of making nursery admissions hassle-free for EWS Section by shifting the procedure online does not seem to be working well, a status check by The Hindu has revealed. (
  8. In a survey of 1,00,000 Delhiites, a little over 50,000 feel that the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) government’s odd-even scheme was rolled out successfully while the rest said they would buy another car if the experiment is regularised. ( (
  9. Residents of south Delhi may have to shell out more as property tax from April 1 as the local municipality is considering a hike in rates. (

Day 327 : 8-Jan-16

Steps taken by AAP government in Delhi on 7-Jan-16:

  1. Odd-even trial could extend in Delhi, says Aam Aadmi Pary government. ( ( ( ( ( (
  2. Odd-even success in Delhi proves that AAP can govern: Arvind Kejriwal. ( ( ( ( (
  3. At Bengal summit, Arvind Kejriwal invites corporates to invest in Delhi. (

Related News:

  1. Defiant Arvind Kejriwal says only court can stop cricket body DDCA’s inquiry. ( ( ( (
  2. Delhi high court to decide fate of odd-even formula on January 11. ( (
  3. The car rationing “odd-even” scheme, has managed to bring down the peak level of pollution in the national capital to its “lowest”, a Supreme Court appointed Environment Pollution Control Authority has said. ( ( (
  4. Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia alleges that private schools were spreading “confusion” about the government’s decision to scrap management quota in nursery admissions. ( ( ( (
  5. Delhi Home minister Satyendar Jain asks officials to report to him directly. (

Day 324 : 5-Jan-16

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

  1. Odd-Even Week 1: Delhi Government observes ‘Declining Trend’ in pollutants. ( ( (
  2. CNG stickers to be available at only one outlet in Delhi : Delhi Transport Minister Gopal Rai. ( ( (

Related News:

  1. Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal thanked Chief Justice TS Thakur for voluntarily joining the Delhi government’s odd-even pilot project to counter pollution. (
  2. Supreme Court bans heavy vehicles into Delhi from 4 more entry points. ( (
  3. Supreme Court fixes March 31 as deadline for all cabs to converted to CNG in Delhi. (
  4. Over 41 lakh commuters travelled by Delhi Transport Corporation buses in the national capital on the fourth day of implementation of odd-even car rationing scheme. (
  5. “Are your vehicles emitting oxygen?” Supreme Court’s reply to car manufacturers including Toyota and Mercedes, who want a ban on their larger diesel cars in Delhi to be revoked. ( ( ( (
  6. Streets, if not the Air, clear out as Delhi tests car restrictions. (
  7. A premium metro service with the comfort of first-class railway coaches, Supreme court suggested should be offered to Delhi’ites who leave their cars at home. ( (
  8. Keep trucks off Delhi, Supreme Court tells Delhi government. (
  9. A fresh PIL challenging the AAP government’s odd-even scheme has been filed before Delhi High Court. (
  10. Nursery admissions: Parents of EWS kids daunted by online process. (
  11. Chairman of the Supreme Court-appointed Environmental Pollution Control Authority (EPCA) Bhure Lal said, odd-even pollution-control plan of Delhi is a move in the right direction. (
  12. A CNG pump employee has been booked for selling a CNG sticker for Rs 2,800 to the owner of a petrol-run car in East Delhi’s Vivek Vihar area. (
  13. A fresh plea was filed in the Delhi High Court tuesday seeking exemption for lawyers from the odd-even policy. (
  14. Don’t test Delhiites patience, give them more buses, SC tells Kejriwal government. ( ( (
  15. The Supreme Court asked governments and their agencies why they should not phase out polluting diesel vehicles more than 10 years old. (