Coming April, girl students up to class 12 in all Delhi government schools will get midday meal facility. The city government will earmark separate funds in its budget proposals for extending the scheme- which as of now covers boy and girl students till class 8 only.
Daily Archive: March 1, 2017
A section of teachers at St Stephen’s College in Delhi University’s North Campus have threatened to resign their administrative posts in protest against the college’s Governing Body’s decision to seek autonomy, even as students staged a protest against the move on Wednesday.
Currently elevators, installed in the hospital areas have an operator to guide the patients with special needs.
New Delhi: The country’s premier medical institute AIIMS "lacks" facilities which allow smooth access to the physically challenged on its premises, a recent audit conducted by the hospital administration has revealed.
Singapore: In what turned out to be a dangerous stunt gone wrong, 17-year-old Jonathan Chow fell to his death from the fourth floor of Orchard Central mall in Singapore, while trying to film an act for Snapchat. He fell off a ledge, which collapsed under his weight.
The government has notified the law that makes holding of more than 10 scrapped notes punishable with a minimum fine of Rs 10,000.
Actress Richa Chadha, a history student from St Stephens, Delhi University, has very strong views about the recent violent protests at Ramjas College and the "nationalist" debate surrounding Gurmehar Kaur. Here’s what the Chadha had to say.
The Delhi Police on Wednesday said it has not filed a chargesheet in the sedition case against JNU students Kanhaiya Kumar, Umar Khalid and others. The case is being investigated by the special cell, which deals with terror and heinous crimes.
From April, when a commuter returns his or her Metro smart card to the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC), the unused balance in the card will not be refunded, the Corporation said Tuesday, citing Reserve Bank of India guidelines.
The NGT today directed Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) to furnish a list of borewells it has installed and the quantity of water extracted by it, following charges that it was extracting groundwater instead of using waste water to wash its trains. A bench headed by Justice Jawad Rahim also directed Delhi Metro to inform the green panel whether they have installed water meters in their depots for extraction of ground water. It asked DMRC to submit the details before March 20 and said that in the event of failure to file the information, it would impose a cost of Rs two lakh on it.
The Delhi High Court today dismissed Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal’s plea seeking details of bank accounts, tax returns and other financial records of Finance Minister Arun Jaitley who has filed a defamation suit against him.