New Delhi: Four more cases of dengue were reported in city today taking the total to 68 including one death.
NEW DELHI: Delhi Transport Corporation (DTC) is going to undertake a major route rationalisation programme to optimise passenger volumes and ticket collection.
NEW DELHI: The Government of Delhi has launched a new scheme to provide better atmosphere and educational facilities to students in Government schools.
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NEW DELHI: Delhi Cabinet has decided to extend relief to more than 3.56 lakh poor families by facilitating purchase of three more LPG cylinders on subsidized rate apart from the first six being provided by the Union Government in a calendar year. The city Government, in fact, would release an amount of around Rs. 350 per cylinder difference of the price of a non subsidized and subsidized cylinder in Delhi.
The city Minister for Welfare of SC/ST/OBC/Minorities, Raj Kumar Chauhan has launched newly formulated scheme “Dilli Swarojgar Yojna” Awareness Camps and Loan Mela today at a function organized by Delhi SC/ST/OBC/Minorities/ Handicapped Financial & Development Corporation (DSFDC) at MCD Community centre, Trilokpuri, Delhi. Sandeep Dikshit, M.P (East Delhi), Amrish Gautam, Dy.Speaker, Naseeb Singh, M.L.A, Mala Ram Gangwal, M.L.A, Sunil Vaidya, M.L.A, Janak Diggal, Managing Director, DSFDC, M.Tariqn Siddiqui, Director, DSFDC and Large number of people were also present on this precious occasion.
NEW DELHI: Congress party’s student wing – NSUI ‘on Saturday wrested complete control of the Delhi University Students’ Union from BJP backed ABVP by winning all three top posts.
BJP on Saturday held a rally in New Delhi to protest against diesel price hike, FDI in retail sector. BJP activists led by Venkaiah Naidu took to streets and courted arrest.
NEW DELHI: The Delhi government is committed to ensure empowerment of women in the Capital. A number of schemes and programmes have been implemented by Delhi government for ensuring justice to these sections of the society, said Minister of Social Welfare, Women & Child Development and Education, Prof. Kiran Walia while addressing the delegates in the two -days State Ministers Conference of Women & Child Development in Delhi Thursday.
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NEW DELHI: BJP Delhi Pradesh has decided to fight a decisive battle against the excessive hike in power tariff and it said that the battle will “end with the dismissal of Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit”.
NEW DELHI: Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit today exhorted the school children to take lead in water conservation as most people have yet to learn the importance of this important aspect. We have to dispel this very syndrome that water and air are free for the society.
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