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    Delhi Government

    The Government of India, often abbreviated as GoI, is the union government created by the constitution of India as the legislative, executive and judicial authority of the union of 29 states and seven union territories of a constitutionally democratic republic.

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    Delhi Govt to set up university for skill development and entrepreneurship
    National

    Delhi Govt to set up university for skill development and entrepreneurship

    In a bid to equip youth with market-relevant skills, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Monday announced that his government will soon set up the 'Delhi Skills and Entrepreneurship University'.

    Kejriwal govt surveys Delhi slums for MMAY benefits
    Politics

    Kejriwal govt surveys Delhi slums for MMAY benefits

    On the directions of Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, the Delhi Urban Shelter Improvement Board (DUSIB) is undertaking a massive demand survey in the 675 slum clusters in the national capital for estimating the total demand for housing the poor.

    Who will lead prosecution in case against Gopal Kanda
    National

    Who will lead prosecution in case against Gopal Kanda

    It has been seven years since Airhostess Gitika Sharma committed suicide, but the case against former Haryana minister Gopal Goyal Kanda, who is accused of aiding and abetting the suicide, has failed to reach any logical conclusion. And now, the trial has hit a dead end as the Delhi government's prosecution department failed to appoint any prosecutor to lead the case.

    Sisodia inaugurates Mega Book Fair for Delhi govt schools
    National

    Sisodia inaugurates Mega Book Fair for Delhi govt schools

    Delhi Education Minister Manish Sisodia on Tuesday inaugurated the third edition of Mega Book Fair for the city government schools with 9,445 books put on display.

    Delhi Govt tells Court: Process for creating post of Law Officers for each jail underway
    National

    Delhi Govt tells Court: Process for creating post of Law Officers for each jail underway

    On Friday, the Delhi High Court ruled a petition seeking the appointment of law officers for each Delhi jail following the Delhi government's submission that the process for the establishment of such a post is underway.

    Delhi sewer cleaners corner AAP Minister on health cards
    National

    Delhi sewer cleaners corner AAP Minister on health cards

    The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) government and the sewer cleaners, here on Tuesday, clashed over lack of basic facilities and stoppage of welfare measures for want of funds with the municipal corporations of Delhi (MCDs).

    How Delhi can become EV capital of India (Part 1)
    Business

    How Delhi can become EV capital of India (Part 1)

    To realize its dream to have clean, green and people-centric mobility solutions, Delhi may need to deploy nearly 35,000 electric and accessible passenger vehicles, at least 1,000 electric vehicles for last-mile connectivity and several hundred public charging and swapping stations in the next year, a first-of-its-kind report has stressed.

    'Delhi is first state to have 95 pc CNG-powered industries'
    National

    'Delhi is first state to have 95 pc CNG-powered industries'

    About 95 per cent of the oil-driven industry in Delhi has been shifted its operations to CNG, making the national capital first city to do so, according to a report submitted by the Delhi Dialogue Commission to Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal.

    Petitioner withdraws plea challenging Delhi govt's odd-even scheme
    National

    Petitioner withdraws plea challenging Delhi govt's odd-even scheme

    Advocate Gaurav Bansal on Wednesday withdrew his petition from the National Green Tribunal (NGT) challenging odd-even vehicle rationing scheme of the Delhi Government.

    Delhi needs comprehensive plan to fight pollution: Experts
    National

    Delhi needs comprehensive plan to fight pollution: Experts

    Without a comprehensive plan to address air pollution in the national capital, the odd-even scheme that is set to make a comeback in November will only provide limited gains, environment experts say.

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