People from across the country can ask questions to Delhi CM via phone, text message and social media in an interactive session
GN Bureau | July 16, 2016
As the Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal gears up to talk to people on July 17 at 11 am, reactions have poured in thick and fast on Twitter. There has been a flood of tweets on #TalkToAKTomorrow, some asking serious questions to the CM, and some taking a dig at the CM.
#TalkToAKTomorrow Why so frequent power cuts in Delhi? Why the nationwide ads?— Bharat Mata ki Jai! (@bajaj07rishi) July 16, 2016
Why u are spending tax money of Delhi taxpayers on advertisement published in a newspapers of karnataka,maharashtra, goa ? #TalkToAKTomorrow— Arman singh (@ArmanPatiala) July 16, 2016
#TalkToAKTomorrow How many home guards are placed in delhi for women security ????? Kal puch he lunga sirji se ki kaun sa movie dekhu😁😁😁😁😁 #TalkToAKTomorrow— Mrinal Jha (@Mi_jha) July 16, 2016
Back in the early 1990s, Shankarsinh Vaghela was (or at least perceived to be) more popular of the two people running the BJP show in Gujarat. Today, the other man is the prime minister, and Vaghela is reduced to a footnote – albeit an important one – in the Narendra Modi saga. &n
At 70, Dr Aziz Ahmad, a well-known homeopath and politician now with Congress, still has a busy practice in Abu Bazaar, in old Gorakhpur. During working hours, the lane in which he has a clinic becomes jam-packed with patients and their vehicles. People speak of naming the lane after him.
Is poor quality food served on trains?
The government has given ‘in-principle’ approval for strategic disinvestment of BEML Ltd to the extent of 26% of government shareholding with transfer of management control to strategic buyer, minister of state for defence Subhash Bhamre informed the Lok Sabha on Friday. &nb
As many as 50 million people suffer from mental illnesses in India – only 10% people with common mental disorders and only 40%-50% people with serious disorders like schizophrenia and bipolar disorder; receive any form of health care.
A project worth Rs 1,000 crore by the department of post will serve as a shot in the arm for financial inclusion in the country. The department, say officials aware of the matter, has zeroed in on the US-based Hewlett Packard (HP) to set up the technology infrastructure for its countrywide rollout of a pay