In a first, 6 inmates from Tihar jail will be allowed to look for employment outside of prison on the grounds of good behavior.
Housed in Tihar's semi-open jail section, the inmates are serving life-sentences.
They would be allowed to work for 12 hours (from 8am-8pm) but have to report back to the prison at night.
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AAP takes up the old school way of door-to-door campaigning
The Aam Aadmi Party has claimed to have successfully campaigned door-to-door in 24 lakh houses since March.
This door-to-door campaigning for the upcoming municipal corporation elections involves 4,000 teams which distribute survey pamphlets, candidate profiles and Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal's open letter.
Approximately 15 teams have been designated per ward, which also has one door-to-door co-ordinator assigned.
Rising mercury detrimental for Delhi residents
Doctors in Delhi hospitals are receiving numerous grievances of exhaustion and dehydration as the mercury levels are on a rise in the Delhi-NCR region.
According to doctors, if not paid careful attention to, the illnesses could be life-threatening.
Common indicators of a heat stroke include headaches, rapid breathing, sudden rise in body temperature, red, hot and dry skin, etc.
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Air quality monitoring systems installed in Noida, Ghaziabad
In Noida, it has been installed at the Amity University premises (Sector 126) whereas in Ghaziabad, it was set up at Vasundhara.
UPPCB is set to install more such systems at 4 more locations in Greater Noida in the next 6 months.
Gold-winner at Special Olympics World Winter Games from Gurugram
Pankaj Soni from Gurugram won a gold medal for India in floorball at the Special Olympics World Winter Games held in Australia from 14th-24th March.
Pankaj resides at Sector 17-A and studies in Class 12 at DAV Public School in Sector 10-A.
India's wins at the game stood at 37 gold medals, 10 silver medals and 26 bronze medals.
Delhi bus driver sent WhatsApp video to father, hung himself
36-year-old Sanjay Verma, a DTC driver, committed suicide after sending a video to his father on WhatsApp.
In the video, Sanjay Verma blamed some of his family members for committing suicide, asked his children (aged 14 and 9) to take care of themselves and apologized to his father.
According to the father, Mohar Singh, Delhi Police have refused to file a case.
Lieutenant Governor unaware of 24 foreign visits
In a report tabled by the Shunglu Committee, it was discovered that Delhi Ministers went on 24 foreign trips without seeking the permission of Lieutenant Governor.
The panel also added that the Delhi Government was overlooking rules requiring the L-G's approval for many decisions.
Most trips were taken for short/long-term study programmes under different departments.
Noida: Parents to approach CM Adityanath as DPS expels students
CRPF commandant Chetan Cheeta will be home soon