The initiative has been taken by the Delhi government wherein people will be issued a token with a time slot after they insert their name and phone number on the said website.
Summer vacations for students in government and government-aided schools will be observed from May 11 to June 30, an official release said today. Officials said students will not be called to schools for any teaching, learning activity during the vacation.
Almost a week after deadly violence in northeast Delhi in which 42 people lost their lives while scores have been, the victims have now started receiving immediate assistance of Rs 25,000, the Delhi government informed.
US first lady Melania Trump visited a Sarvodaya Co-Education Senior Secondary School in Nanakpura where she witnessed 'happiness curriculum' and other activities. Addressing students, the first lady shared her 3 pillars of 'Be Best' initiative.
Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) has arrested another person Dhiraj Gupta, in connection with the arrest of Gopal Krishna Madhav, a Delhi government officer in a bribery case.
A fire has broken out at the Delhi transport office near Civil Lines. As per reports 8 firefighters are on the spot.
The Delhi government on Thursday rejected the mercy plea of one of the convicts Mukesh in the 2012 Nirbhaya gangrape and murder case. The mercy plea was then forwarded to Lieutenant Governor, who has now sent it to Union Ministry of Home Affairs.
A Delhi government school has been ranked No. 1 among all government-run day schools in the country, while two others have made it to the top 10. The rankings were released last week by an education portal, Education World, in the 'Indian School Ranking 2019'.
"The IRCTC informed us on Tuesday that it's cancelling trains of the Mukhyamantri Tirth Yatra Yojana due to non-availability of rakes. We will discuss the issue with IRCTC and the Railway Minister and try to resolve it soon", Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia said.
The total revenue receipts of the Delhi government rose to Rs 38,667.27 crore in 2017-18 as compared to Rs 34,345.74 crore in the previous year, stated a CAG report tabled in the Assembly on Tuesday.
The cabinet, chaired by Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, approved the Department of Education's proposal, which included students of government-aided and distance learning schools (patrachar vidyalayas) of the Directorate of Education (DoE).
Delhi BJP president Manoj Tiwari launched the outreach campaign on Thursday. The stated goal of the campaign is to "expose" the alleged failures of the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) government led by Arvind Kejriwal and seek public support to install a BJP dispensation in the national capital.
The amended order would now kick in from October 1, 2019 instead of August 31 as directed earlier. Citing the issue of refilling of liquor bottles and adulteration at bar counters, the Delhi Excise Department had on August 26 ordered beer bars and restaurants serving liquor to destroy old stock from the counters in the prescribed time limit on "First In First Out" basis. The time limit for various categories of liquors was three, five and eight days after which they had to be destroyed.
Making the announcement, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal urged people to give 10 minutes every Sunday towards curbing mosquito breeding in their homes. He said for 10 Sundays between September 1 and November 15 -- the peak season for the diseases -- he will check his own home at 10 a.m. for 10 minutes to ensure there is no stagnant water for dengue mosquitoes to breed.
Talking to reporters, Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia said attempts are being made to create a "false impression" by vested interests that the AAP government is against the implementation of the Commission's recommendation, which is "completely baseless".
Earlier on November 1, the apex court bench comprising justices AK Sikri and Ashok Bhushan had reserved its verdict on the petitions challenging the notifications issued by the Centre and the Delhi government.
The delegation representing the army and the ministry said no land was available to be handed over to the DoE to shift the school and suggested that students studying there be relocated to other schools being run by the state government in the cantonment area.
A bench of justices S Ravindra Bhat and A K Chawla issued the direction on a fresh PIL by an auto driver seeking directions to the authorities to prevent large-scale burning of effigies in the national capital.
"Unfortunately and tragically, the central government has now filed an affidavit that it is not prepared to make any payment at all," the bench said.