87 per cent special air quality funds remain unused as pollution peaks in Delhi

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zeenewsPublished on 29 Jun 2015

A planning department report has said that the Delhi government, in the last seven years, collected Rs 385 crore to fund its war on air pollution, but around 87% of this money has remained unspent.

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Guests: Shailaja Chandra (Ex. Bureaucrat) ; Vijender Gupta (BJP) ; Harishankar Gupta (Congress) ; Vivek Chattopadhyay. (Program Manager, CSE) and Anchor: Rubika Liyaquat

Garbage piles up on roads: Has dirty politics let Delhi down?

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ibnlivePublished on 12 Jun 2015.

The 10-day long strike by sanitation workers in east Delhi has finally been called off bringing some respite to residents for whom piling garbage has become a familiar sight. The Delhi High Court ordered municipal corporation to pay their salaries. AAP and BJP blame each other for the mess as 15,000 tonnes of waste remain to be collected from the streets of the national capital.

Guests: Shailaja Chandra (Ex. Bureaucrat) ; GVL N. Rao (BJP) ; Tom Vedakkan (Congress) ; Preeti Menon (APP) and Anchor: Palki

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The Big Picture – ICDS & Mid-day meals: Who should decide the food mix?

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rjtvPublished on 6 Jun 2015

Guests: Shailaja Chandra (Former Chief Secretary, Delhi and also former Health Secretary, Govt. of India) ; Ritika Khera (Assistant Professor, Humanities and Social Sciences, IIT, Delhi) ; Ishi Khosla (Practising Clinical Nutritionist) ; Bhavdeep Kang (Senior Journalist)

Anchor: Girish Nikam

Air date: June 5, 2015

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Arvind Kejriwal vs Lt Governor: Is Governance A Casualty?

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ndtv_logoPUBLISHED ON: June 2, 2015 | Duration: 49 min, 30 sec

Battlelines have been drawn once again between Delhi’s Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and Lieutenant Governor Najeeb Jung, this time over the appointment of police officers from Bihar to the anti-corruption bureau. Mr Jung has challenged the appointments saying only his office has the right to make them. This comes soon after the war over the appointment of the Chief Secretary, one that saw the courts involved over rights and jurisdictions of Centre and state in Delhi. As they adjudicate, what happens to the citizens of Delhi? A long hot summer looms, is governance the big casualty?

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Guests: Shailaja Chandra (Former bureaucrat); Nalin Kohli (BJP); Ashish Khetan (AAP); Ajoy Kumar (Congress) ; Arati R. Jerath (Senior Journalist) and Maya Mirchandani, Anchor .

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