Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal had yesterday announced that hospitals in the city would be reserved only for Delhi residents till the time coronavirus cases in the national capital are brought under control
On Delhi govt’s recommendation, Delhi LG Anil Baijal grants early release to Jessica Lal murderer Manu Sharma
Manu Sharma shot dead Jessica Lal on 30th April 1999.
Delhi recruitment advertisement controversy: Senior officer of Directorate of Civil Defence suspended for incorrectly referring to Sikkim as an independent country
The LG added that there is no tolerance for such gross misconduct and directives have been issued to withdraw the advertisement.
CM of Delhi, Arvind Kejriwal said, “What sort of democracy is this? Why is Delhi government not powerful? How can the opposition run the Anti-Corruption Branch (ACB)? How can the government function without power?”
The split verdict comes as a setback for the Delhi government which was hoping for more control over the governance of Delhi.
Arvind Kejriwal govt delays in giving sanction to prosecute ‘tukde tukde gang’, Court rejects chargesheet till approval given
The court has questioned the Delhi police as to why the chargesheet in the JNU sedition case against Kanhaiya Kumar, Umar Khalid and others was filed without proper sanction from the Delhi government led by Arvind Kejriwal
BJP wants to demolish illegal colonies, we will transform them to look like London and Paris: Kejriwal
Speaking at an event to seek support for 2019 Lok Sabha elections, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal asserted that he would transform the unauthorised colonies to resemble neighbourhoods in London and Paris.
AAP government launches door step delivery of services, unavailability of phone operators creates hurdles
AAP is trying to portray that the BJP is trying to sabotage their project
He even mocked Delhi Police and insinuated they will take bribes for installing CCTV cameras
Who will Kejriwal blame now?
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Odisha: Largest ever vigilance raid in state unearths massive wealth gathered by IFS officer, fancy cars, ultra-luxurious lifestyle
Pathak's family reportedly owns a lavish apartment in Bhubaneswar with Italian marble flooring, ivory furnitures and other luxuries. The son is engaged to an MLA's daughter.
While German companies are happy that Chinese sales offset the fewer units sold in European countries amid the pandemic, they are also being cautious.
Lucknow: Two medical colleges run by MMA Faridi and Mohammad Zafar Idris respectively, accused of organ trafficking, probe ordered
Probe has been ordered against Era’s Medical College and Integral Institute of Medical Science And Research over Human Organ Trafficking charges
Indian law never defined “marriage”: Here is why govt needs to be involved in inter-faith “marriage”
A number of very different legal institutions are grouped under the loose word “marriage.” Naturally therefore, the government has to step in and make rules about how to move between these very different institutions.
OIC snubs Pakistan again, no mention of ‘Kashmir’ in Foreign Ministers’ meeting agenda: Read details
Pakistan's foreign office had claimed that during the 2-day session, the Kashmir issue will be discussed too. The OIC's agenda has made no mention of it.
Hyderabad elections: Owaisi makes ‘beef biriyani’ sly on BJP leaders, Raja Singh offers him pork biriyani
As an insult to BJP leaders, Owaisi had stated that they should have some biriyani at a particular hotel in Hyderabad that is famous for beef dishes.
When Sonia Gandhi trusted Ahmed Patel for conveying to PV Narasimha Rao’s family that his funeral will not be held in Delhi
Sanjaya Baru had said Ahmed Patel approached him to let PV Narasimha Rao's son know about Sonia Gandhi's message.
Arfa Khanum Sherwani took social media by storm after she posted photographs of herself with a beautiful white goat.
The 2017 Gujarat Rajya Sabha elections which were contested by Ahmed Patel were one of the lowest points for Congress.
‘Mark of religious oppression, caste superiority’: Newly elected MP in New Zealand, Gaurav Sharma, targeted for taking oath in Sanskrit
A journalist in New Zealand targeted newly elected New Zealand MP Gaurav Sharma for for taking his oath in Sanskrit.