"I agree that ride sharing is a good idea. This is being discussed within the government. Our concern is women safety. Sharing a ride wid strangers may not be safe for women," Kejriwal tweeted.
The Delhi government on Monday moved the National Green Tribunal (NGT) seeking amendment in its November 11 order on odd-even car rationing scheme.
The apex court, however, made it clear that the Lieutenant Governor cannot sit on files, sent by the state government, beyond a reasonable period.
Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia said the Bill will be passed during the special session to be held on October 4.
Sisodia accused Sarangi of “not following” his direction to launch awareness campaign about chikungunya and dengue in Delhi.
Kejriwal reminded Delhi LG that he is directly responsible for many subjects of public dealing like the police and the Delhi Development Authority.
The Public Works Department (PWD) of the Delhi government has issued a notice to AAP national secretary Pankaj Gupta over his party’s continued occupation of 206, Rouse Avenue as party office.
A BJP delegation today met Election Commission seeking direction to remove the words Aam Aadmi from the names of the AAP government-run schemes.
Arvind Kejriwal government has decided to slash fares of DTC and cluster buses by whopping 75 per cent in the new year.
The Delhi government on Monday demanded that the Centre conduct a fresh study to find out sources of emission and their respective share in polluting the national capital's air.
Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal today said that the process of declaring the decisions taken by the Delhi Government in its one and a half years' tenure “null and void” was "unfortunate".
The death toll due to chikungunya in Delhi rose to 12 on Wednesday prompting Union Health Minister J.P. Nadda to seek report from the Delhi government on the rising deaths and number of patients.
New Delhi: Expressing concern over reckless felling of trees in large numbers, the National Green Tribunal today directed Delhi government to plant 2,000 trees for chopping 216 trees in a residential colony in north east
New Delhi: Taking cue from Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal reprimanding taxi aggregating companies for over-charging passengers, terming it as a daylight blackmailing on the roads of Delhi, the government, the government today said the
New Delhi: In a bid to reduce the burden of additional duties on the teaching staff, Delhi government has decided to hire retired persons from various government departments on contractual basis as ministerial staff and
New Delhi: Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal's audacious move to scrap management and all other quotas except for the Economically Weaker Sections in private schools for entry-level students may have some far-reaching consequences.Kejriwal described the