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The Delhi High court on Wednesday granted two weeks' time to respondents to file their reply on a plea challenging the re-election of the Standing Committee of the Municipal Corporation of Delhi (MCD).
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Days after stray dogs' attack on two siblings rocked the national capital, Delhi Mayor Shelly Oberoi on Thursday directed officials to prepare a detailed action plan to make sterilisation more effective in the city.
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Delhi Mayor Shelly Oberoi on Tuesday held an emergency meeting of Veterinary Department officials in view of the incident that took place in Vasant Kunj in which two brothers were killed within two days allegedly by stray dogs in two separate incidents.
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MCD House witnessed chaos on Friday as BJP and AAP members resorted to punches, jostling and rained blows at each other over the results of the election to the six-member standing committee.
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New Delhi [India], February 23 (ANI): Hours after being elected as the Delhi mayor, Shelly Oberoi on Wednesday accused BJP councillors of trying to attack her during the Standing Committee elections of Municipal Corporation of Delhi (MCD).
Hooliganism has been defeated and truth has prevailed, said newly elected mayor of Delhi Shelly Oberoi in her first public statement made hours after she was elected as mayor in the fourth attempt after much wrangling between Bharatiya Janata Party and Aam Aadmi Party.
Aam Aadmi Party candidate Shelly Oberoi has been elected as the new mayor of Delhi after having secured 150 votes on Wednesday.
After three failed attempts by the municipal body to hold the election to the top post, Delhi Mayoral elections will be held on Wednesday in which the city is expected to get its new Mayor following the Supreme Court's ruling on the matter.
Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Saturday alleged that Lieutenant Governor Vinai Kumar Saxena "forcibly stopped" the Delhi government from presenting its stand in Supreme Court in the mayor election case
Elections for the mayor, deputy mayor and six members of the standing committee will be held on February 22.
The Supreme Court on Friday ruled that the election to Municipal Corporation of Delhi (MCD) Mayor shall be conducted first and nominated persons have no right to vote in meetings of the Corporation.
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A bench headed by Chief Justice of India DY Chandrachud orally observed that the constitutional provision is very clear that the nominated members cannot go for election.