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The Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) has proposed repealing of the 1978 Delhi Police Act. The MHA wants to replace it with a Delhi Police Bill which, sources said, is currently being circulated within the Delhi government. Apart from major police
Gearing up to launch the food security scheme on August 20, the birth anniversary of former Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi, Delhi Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit today issued directions for addressing the nitty-gritties in implementing the programme.
Delhi resettlement colony residents to get ownership rights by August New Delhi, July 19 : Delhi Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit Friday announced that people living in 51 resettlement colonies would get ownership rights by next month. "The residents of
The Delhi high court today issued notice to chief minister Sheila Dikshit on a petition filed by BJP leader Vijender Gupta challenging a trial court order for framing of charges against him in a criminal defamation complaint lodged by Dikshit and
We will set up a committee which will comprise government officials and representatives of industrial associations," Dikshit said here. She was speaking at the interactive session of Progress Harmony Development Chamber here Wednesday.
While, the government will pay once to install the system, maintenance and upkeep will rest with individual RWAs...She said RWAs would have to coordinate with police to ensure effective security...The My Delhi I Care fund was upped from Rs 50 lakh
A PIL seeking reduction in the duration of court vacations and cancellation of the month-long summer break in the Delhi High Court prompted the Acting Chief Justice to ask the petitioner why he was against holidays for judges. The petitioner said
While Delhi needs more night shelters, paucity of land does not permit construction of more within the city.
A man has been acquitted of the charge of raping his maid by a Delhi court which said the government should frame a policy or law to regulate placement agencies supplying domestic helps so that proper verification of servants could be done to curb
Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit on Sunday said the Delhi government had every right to publicise its achievements and schemes. The statement, made at a rally in Bindapur in West Delhi, was Dikshit's first public reaction since Delhi Lokayukta Justice