Day 766: 24-Mar-17

Steps taken by AAP Government in Delhi on 24-Mar-17:

  1. The Delhi AAP Government to set up a Women Assistance Booth at the Kashmere Gate ISBT. (
  2. New water policy to be adopted in the capital after civic polls. (

Related News:

  1. Delhi High Court says ‘No’ to colour photos in upcoming civic elections in the capital. (
  2. Delhi CM and AAP national convenor Arvind Kejriwal met all candidates pitched by the party for the upcoming municipal elections to discuss the progress of campaigns in their areas. (
  3. The Aam Aadmi Party has come up with a new idea to educate voters on the role of municipal bodies in their everyday lives. (

Day 764: 22-Mar-17

Steps taken by AAP Government in Delhi on 22-Mar-17:

  1. The AAP Delhi Government has issued an advisory to private hospitals “to avoid accepting income certificates” from EWS to avail of free medical treatment. (
  2. Delhi’s Deputy CM Manish Sisodia seeks partnership of the Indian industry in skill development and to participate in improving infrastructure and standards in Delhi government schools. (

Related News:

  1. MCD Polls: Delhi EC orders removal of word ‘aam’ on display. ( ( (
  2. Around 1,200 junior doctors at the country’s premier medical institute, AIIMS, turned up for work on Wednesday wearing driving helmets. (
  3. DCW calls for ban on retail sale of acid in the capital. (
  4. Eateries, hotels in South Delhi to open their toilets to women, kids only. ( (
  5. Two-fold spike in foggy days in Delhi since ’80s: Study. (
  6. More than 1/3 of complaints received by the Delhi government through its “Swachh Delhi App” has remained unassigned due to location issues. (
  7. MCD elections in Delhi postponed to April 23 due to CBSE board exams. ( ( (
  8. Doctors in Delhi to go on strike Thursday in support of their counterparts in Maharashtra. (

Day 744: 2-Mar-17

Steps taken by AAP Government in Delhi on 2-Mar-17:

  1. Delhi LG Anil Baijal clears the proposal of AAP Delhi Government to increase the salaries of guest teachers. ( (
  2. Run-up to municipal polls: Arvind Kejriwal vows corruption-free MCD. (

Related News:

  1. The National Human Rights Commission has issued a notice to Delhi Government over reports of a dead rat being found in a mid-day meal served to students at a Government school. (
  2. Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad activists held a “protest march” in Delhi University campus in New Delhi, demanding action against the anti-national activities. (
  3. Delhi’s Taj Mansingh Hotel to be auctioned, Le Meridien’s licence to be cancelled by civic body. (
  4. Terming the GDP figures released by the Central government as “statistical illusion”, AAP slammed both the Centre and the Prime Minister. (
  5. High Court asks Delhi Commission of Women to disburse 25% salaries of short-term staff. (

Day 733: 19-Feb-17

Steps taken by AAP Government in Delhi on 19-Feb-17:

  1. The Delhi Government has directed all its departments to update official websites on regular basis. ( ( (
  2. To develop villages, Delhi Government’s budget to focus on better roads, drainage. (

Related News:

  1. Delhi Police has managed to install just over 4,000 CCTV cameras in the past 8 years amid issue of women safety in the capital. ( (
  2. After Connaught Place, Khan Market buildings to have safety audit. ( (
  3. After a string of technical snags being reported, the DMRC has promised to bring in a host of measures to improve services. ( ( (
  4. The Aam Aadmi Party is expected to finalise its first list of candidates for the upcoming municipal polls by the end of this month. ( (
  5. AAP MLAs to crowdsource, sponsor funds for hopeful MCD candidates. (
  6. AAP Delhi Government to bring in interns to document its initiatives. (

Day 692: 9-Jan-17

Steps taken by AAP government in Delhi on 9-Jan-17:

  1. Admissions to entry-level classes under the EWS scheme began , with the Delhi government announcing guidelines for the process. (

Related News:

  1. A section of East Delhi sanitation workers call off strike in Delhi. (
  2. Delhi government issues new rates for permits, licences; drivers want it revoked. (
  3. Both BJP, AAP responsible for sanitation workers’ strike: Congress. (
  4. Delhi air quality in January relatively better than last year: SAFAR. (
  5. DCW Chief Swati Maliwal met newly-appointed LG Anil Baijal and discussed with him the issues pending since the tenure of his predecessor Najeeb Jung. (

Day 690: 7-Jan-17

Steps taken by AAP government in Delhi on 7-Jan-17:

  1. The Delhi government is likely to give funds for payment of salaries to striking sanitation workers of the East Delhi Municipal Corporation : Satyendar Jain. ( (
  2. Delhi Government to make LNJP biggest hospital in the country. (

Related News:

  1. Have allowed knives inside Metro, but not for self-defence: Delhi Metro. (
  2. DCW issued a notice to the Delhi Police over non-installation of CCTV cameras in police stations as mandated by the Supreme Court. ( (
  3. The sanitation staff of the East Delhi Municipal Corporation continued their strike for the second day on Saturday in protest against pending salaries. ( (
  4. Lieutenant-Governor Anil Baijal approved the new guidelines for nursery admissions on Saturday. (
  5. The East Delhi Municipal Corporation to deploy trucks operated by private contractors to lift garbage. (
  6. 4th phase of Delhi Metro to have 79 new Metro stations. (

Day 680: 28-Dec-16

Steps taken by AAP government in Delhi on 28-Dec-16:

**None for the day**

Related News:

  1. A Delhi Police head constable has been suspended for allegedly helping women pickpockets in Metro. (
  2. Former bureaucrat Anil Baijal has been appointed Delhi’s next Lieutenant Governor, after the surprise resignation of Najeeb Jung last week. ( ( ( ( (
  3. Delhi Metro phase 3 set for March 2017 rollout. (
  4. The central government has approved funds to the tune of Rs.266 crore for improving water supply and sewage networks in the Capital. (
  5. DCW issues notice to Delhi government’s Women and Child Development (WCD) department. (
  6. Don’t bypass ministers, Najeeb Jung said before resigning. (

Day 679: 27-Dec-16

Steps taken by AAP government in Delhi on 27-Dec-16:

  1. Construction of Delhi’s Signature Bridge resumes, Mukundpur flyover opens for the public. (
  2. The Delhi government is likely to introduce smaller sized buses  under the cluster scheme. ( (

Related News:

  1. North Delhi Municipal Corporation to install CCTV cameras in schools. (
  2. Aam Aadmi Party says Income Tax notice on donors’ list ‘malicious’. (
  3. The South Delhi Municipal Corporation has failed to spend the budget it allocated for basic civic amenities, leaving hundreds of crores of rupees unused. (
  4. Swaraj India rubbished AAP’s claim that it had removed the list of donors from the party website as authorities were targeting them. (
  5. Delhi BJP president Manoj Tiwari demanded Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal’s resignation over alleged irregularities in the party’s funding. ( (
  6. During GB Road inspection, DCW finds hidden cellars inside brothels. (

Day 677: 25-Dec-16

Steps taken by AAP government in Delhi on 25-Dec-16:

  1. Delhi Regional Transport Offices set to go cashless from January 2017. ( (

Related News:

  1. Not forcing commuters to go cashless, says Delhi Metro. ( (
  2. Delhi pollution level high despite strong wind. (
  3. No odd-even this winter in Delhi, need time to set up framework, says Centre. (
  4. DCW thanks Sushma Swaraj for helping in bringing body of Indian from Japan. (
  5. BJP workers sweep Delhi streets on Former PM Atal Bihari Vajpayee’s birthday. (

Day 658: 6-Dec-16

Steps taken by AAP government in Delhi on 6-Dec-16:

  1. After jhuggi fire, locals find comfort in Delhi Government shelter. (

Related News:

  1. Delhi High Court grants permanent exemption to CM Arvind Kejriwal from appearing in person before a trial court in a criminal defamation case. (
  2. A Delhi court has expressed concern over lack of support system with cops for surveillance which hampers them in solving theft cases involving mobile phones and laptops. (
  3. Discoms to compensate electrocution victims: Delhi High Court. (
  4. The regions surrounding Delhi contribute significantly to the pollution in the national capital. (
  5. To curb pollution & congestion, North Delhi civic body set to roll out cycle stands across capital. (
  6. Pollution returns to capital, likely to rise in coming days due to drop in temperature, wind speed. ( (
  7. The Delhi Commission for Women issued a notice to Police Commissioner Alok Verma, recommending to add an external member to probe panel. (