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Governance home-delivered: Delhiites to get driving license, ration card and other services at their doorstep

Delhi: Home delivery for 40 public services from next year, sa...

The Delhi government today announced that it would roll out a scheme within three to four months to enable citizens to get 40 public services, including caste certificates and driving licence, at their doorstep. The decision was taken in a Cabinet meeting ... India Today, 1 day ago

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'Delhi, We Need to Talk': Kohli urges people to battle toxic smog

Raising concern over the toxic blanket that enshrouds Delhi and the surrounding areas over the last few days, Indian cricket team skipper Virat Kohli has urged the public to do something about pollution in the national capital region rather than playing a ...
 Business Standard1 day ago Delhi Pollution: Mask up people, smog is back in Capital  catchnews.com3 days ago Toxic smog continues to chokes Delhi  Rediff.com5 days ago PHOTOS: Delhi chokes on thick smog  Rediff.com1 week ago

Kohli urges Delhiites to 'take responsibility to fight pollution problem'

Indian cricket team captain Virat Kohli has asked the public to contribute in their own way to reduce pollution in the national capital. In a short Twitter video with the hashtag #Delhi, we need to talk! #MujheFarakPadtaHai, Kohli posted a video of himself describing measures Delhiites could take to improve the situation. "Hi guys! We all know what the situation of pollution is like in Delhi. I wanted to bring your attention towards it because a lot of people are debating as to what's causing ...
 Rediff.com1 day ago Surge-Free Cabs, Free Bus Rides During #OddEven Days In Delhi; But Is It Reducing Pollution?  Trak.in1 day ago Diesel generators banned: Action plan against pollution enforced in Delhi  Business Standard1 month ago Graded action plan enforced in Delhi to combat air pollution  Rediff.com1 month ago
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Will Delhi get respite from smog? Light rainfall expected today

The MeT department has predicted light rains in Delhi on 14 and 15 November which could clear the smog, giving some relief to Delhiites
 Zee News3 days ago Smoggy conditions: All hopes on rains predicted on Nov 14-15  Business Standard5 days ago Showers in Delhi bring respite from hot, humid weather  Business Standard1 month ago

Delhi smog crisis a long time coming

What was a sight usually seen in Beijing is now up close for the citizens of Delhi. For the second day in a row, Delhiites face toxic levels of pollution prompting the government to declare holidays for school for the remainder of the week. The government ...
 Sify1 week ago Delhi wakes up to another smoggy day, train services severely affected  Sify1 week ago Delhiites wake up to another smoggy day, train services severely affected  catchnews.com1 week ago Mad traffic, rousing cuisines at inaugural day of World Food India  Business Standard2 weeks ago

Seems like politician has taken over the doctor: Twitter slams Harsh Vardhan for saying Delhi smog isn't an emergency

Union science and environment Minister Dr Harsh Vardhan has been criticized on social media for claiming that the high pollution levels in the national capital are no cause for worry. Harsh Vardhan has said there is no need to spread panic among the people ...
 DNA2 days ago

Delhi calls off odd-even after NGT refuses exemption to motorcyclists and women

Saturday, the National Green Tribunal (NGT) told the Arvind Kejriwal government that it was free to implement the odd-even scheme, but without any exemption. Had the scheme been implemented, Delhiites would have been able to take their cars only on alternate ...
 catchnews.com3 days ago AAP govt. not serious about controlling pollution: BJP  Sify5 days ago Odd-even back for 5 days as Delhi chokes on smog  Deccan Herald1 week ago AAP government not serious about controlling pollution: BJP  catchnews.com5 days ago

Delhiites can soon access 40 government services at doorstep

Thu, Nov 16 2017 04:21:33 PM New Delhi, Nov 16 (IANS): The Delhi government has decided to offer over 40 government services ranging from grant of water connection to marriage certificate at people's doorstep, Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia said on ...
 Daiji World1 day ago Use public transport, don't smoke: Govt to Delhiites  Deccan Herald1 week ago Some ID, if not Aadhaar, needed for subsidised foodgrains: Delhi HC  DNA1 month ago Uber launches UberEATS in Delhi, partners over 200 restaurants  Money Control2 months ago

Venus, Jupiter up for a meet on Monday. Delhiites will miss the spectacle

Both the planets will appear in conjunction in the south-east and may appear like one bright star. New Delhi: On Monday, just before the sun rises, you have a chance to witness the most enthralling celestial event of 2017. Sky gazers and space enthusiasts ...
 Zee News5 days ago

Delhi pollution: More breathing difficulties for capital as Bhalswa landfill catches fire

A fire broke out at the Bhalswa landfill site in New Delhi early Saturday. New of the fire breaking out does not look good for Delhiites, who are already suffering due to a massive smog attack that began on Wednesday. The 40 acre-wide trash mountain, which ...
 DNA6 days ago
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