Kailash Gahlot: News
Kailash Gahlot is an advocate and a politician belonging to the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP). As of 2021, he is the Minister for Law, Justice, and Legislative Affairs, Transport, Revenue, Information & Technology, and Administrative Reforms in the Arvind Kejriwal-led Delhi Government. Gahlot is a Member of the Delhi Legislative Assembly from the Najafgarh constituency. He did his BA in Political Science, LLB, and LLM from the University of Delhi. He practiced as an advocate in the Delhi High Court and the Supreme Court of India. He was elected as a Member Executive in the Bar Association of the Delhi High Court from 2005 to 2007. Gahlot contested for the first time in the Delhi assembly elections in 2015 from the Najafgarh constituency as an AAP candidate. He won the election and retained his seat in the 2020 Assembly elections. Gahlot has held several key portfolios in the Delhi Government.
05 Mar 2023Aam Aadmi Party (AAP)
The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP)-led Delhi government is slated to present its budget for the financial year 2023-24 on March 21.
01 Mar 2023Manish Sisodia
Delhi government has decided not to expand its cabinet till the Budget is presented in March, despite the resignation of its key ministers, Manish Sisodia and Satyendra Jain.
02 Sep 2020Arvind Kejriwal
Five months after the coronavirus outbreak forced Delhi Metro to shut operations, it will restart from Monday, September 7, as L-G Anil Baijal has approved a proposal of the state government, led by AAP's Arvind Kejriwal, reports said on Wednesday.
18 May 2020India
The Union Government, late on Sunday, gave major relaxations related to inter and intra-state travel after announcing that the coronavirus-necessitated lockdown has been extended till May 31.
16 Dec 2019Delhi Government
Google has been introducing a number of capabilities to make Maps better for daily commuters, especially pedestrians.
17 Oct 2019Delhi Government
A committee of Delhi government and civic officials has formulated a new plan, under which parking a private car in popular areas of the capital such as Connaught Place (CP) could cost you Rs. 1,000 for a 10-hour workday.
03 Jun 2019Arvind Kejriwal
In a move which reeks of appeasement, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal announced that women will not have to pay money in public transport anymore.
09 Mar 2019iOS
Just recently, the Delhi government launched a common mobility app, One Delhi, to ease the daily travel of local commuters.
22 Dec 2018Business
Cars buyers in Delhi will see costs of cars go up significantly in 2019, as the Delhi Transport Department has approved a recommendation for hiking the one-time parking fee that is charged during vehicle registration.
10 Oct 2018Narendra Modi
Prime Minister Narendra Modi should apologize to people for "constantly troubling" the Delhi Government, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said today following the Income Tax Department raids on premises linked to his Minister Kailash Gahlot.
10 Oct 2018Arvind Kejriwal
On Wednesday morning, the Income Tax Department started carrying out raids in 16 locations linked to Delhi Transport Minister Kailash Gahlot, including his Vasant Kunj residence.
06 Oct 2018Delhi Metro Rail Corporation
Delhi Transport Minister Kailash Gahlot has announced on Friday that the blue smart cards of the Delhi Metro will soon have the hues of red, orange, and yellow.
07 Sep 2018Delhi Metro Rail Corporation
If all goes well, you might get a 10% discount if you use the common mobility card in Delhi buses. This scheme will encompass all state government-run buses.
21 Aug 2018South Korea
Come August 24, and you'll be able to use your metro card for paying for your bus rides!
05 Aug 2018Aam Aadmi Party (AAP)
The Monsoon session of Delhi Assembly beginning tomorrow is likely to be a stormy affair with the opposition BJP planning to corner AAP government on the alleged bus procurement scam.
05 Aug 2018Aam Aadmi Party (AAP)
In yet another step making lives easier for the people, the Delhi government is authorizing directors and principals of colleges, polytechnics and ITIs to issue learner's driving license to students aged 18 and above.
31 Jul 2018Delhi Government
Even as the Yamuna inched towards touching its highest water level since 2013, several locals alleged the government has provided no help.
30 Jul 2018Arvind Kejriwal
As the water level in Yamuna continues to rise, Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal tweeted he has asked transport minister Kailash Gehlot to visit the affected areas.
05 Jul 2018Aam Aadmi Party (AAP)
Promising public transport accessibility for every nook and corner in the city, Delhi Transport Minister Kailash Gahlot yesterday launched an initiative called 'Connect Delhi.'
11 Jun 2018Road Accidents
A whopping 1,584 people were killed in 6,673 road accidents in Delhi in 2017, with Mukundpur Chowk in North West Jahangirpuri topping the list, said Transport Minister Kailash Gahlot.
19 May 2018Supreme Court Of India
If the Supreme Court and Delhi HC give permission, Delhi would soon see an additional 1,000 cluster buses plying on its roads, as the state Cabinet gave its in-principle nod to the project yesterday after a gap of 7 years.
08 Apr 2018Assembly
A total of 7,219 buses were issued challans for flouting pollution norms in Delhi since the past six years.
07 Apr 2018Assembly
Over 7,000 buses, a majority from neighboring states, were booked for flouting pollution norms in the national capital in the last six years, the Delhi government informed the state Assembly.
21 Mar 2018Delhi
Delhi's budget, scheduled to be presented tomorrow likely by Finance Minister Manish Sisodia, will be mainly focusing on environment and renewable energy.
08 Mar 2018Delhi
The Delhi government on the eve of International Women's Day on Wednesday launched a pilot project for equipping public buses with "panic alarm system" to ensure the safety of women passengers.
06 Mar 2018Delhi
The Centre on Monday said, rather sternly, that due to AAP-led Delhi government's delay in approving the phase 4 metro work, it would go ahead on its own.
15 Feb 2018Delhi
The Delhi government on Wednesday announced free travel for senior citizens in all Delhi Transport Corporation (DTC) buses plying in the national capital.
18 Jan 2018Delhi
Delhi Revenue Minister Kailash Gahlot on Wednesday said that Sikh marriages in the city will soon be registered under the Anand Marriage Act; the framing of provisions under the Act has already reached its final stages.
05 Dec 2017South Korea
After several failed deadlines, Delhiites might finally get a common mobility card for the Delhi Metro and DTC buses this New Year.
08 Sep 2017Delhi
For the convenience of lakhs of Delhiites commuting by buses, Delhi Government is planning to increase the number of buses to 11,000, the city's total requirement.
07 Sep 2017Delhi
Lakhs of Delhiites commuting by buses operated by Delhi Transport Corporation could be at risk as the GPS (global positioning system) devices installed in these buses are out-of-order.
02 Sep 2017Delhi
Delhi's AAP government finally approved a proposal for the procurement of 2,000 buses on Delhi's roads after a three-year delay.
02 Sep 2017Delhi
The Delhi Electricity Regulatory Commission (DERC) has hiked the electricity charges in the city, introducing a surcharge of 3.7% from September, in addition to the existing 8% cess.
28 Aug 2017Delhi
In a shocking incident, Myanmar's Inayat, a 25-year-old cook at a restaurant in Delhi's Uttam Nagar, was shot dead by his colleague.
21 Jul 2017Delhi
Main attraction of Kanwar Yatra Golden Baba, known for his ornaments, is back with a bang!
18 Jul 2017Delhi Government
With plans to strengthen its base in rural Delhi, the AAP is considering a cabinet reshuffle. The changes are likely to bring Law and Transport Minister Kailash Gahlot to the forefront.
10 Jul 2017Delhi
A year after its supposed launch date, citizens of Delhi now have their own online RTI portal which will make filing, tracking and payment only a few clicks away.
21 Jun 2017India
Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal approved the transport department's proposal of installing CCTV cameras and panic buttons on 6,350 DTC and cluster buses.