The Comptroller and Auditor General has criticised the Delhi government’s departments for loss of revenue aggregating to Rs 2,041.32 crores in 2,238 cases during 2012-13.
In a significant development, Delhi lieutenant-governor Najeeb Jung on Friday accepted the short-term and long-term recommendations made by a committee to curb air and water pollution in the city.
The performance audit of the power generation company, Indraprastha Power Generation Company Limited, has revealed that blockade of funds by the company has led to “undue financial benefits to discoms
The CAG has slammed the Delhi government for regularising 895 unauthorised colonies in clear violation of the rules and subsequently for its failure to provide basic civic amenities despite incurri
Only 30 per cent of the houses sanctioned by the Delhi government in 2009 have been completed till now, according to a report of the urban development and housing ministry.
The CAG has said that eight of the 37 government hospitals in Delhi do not possess ‘No Objection Certificates’ issued by the department of fire services.
The CAG has heavily criticised the city administration for not making adequate arrangements for monsoon to check water-logging of roads and other related problems in the national capital.
Of the 17 working PSUs who sent their accounts to the CAG till September 2013, nine had reportedly earned a profit of Rs 1,029.17 crores, seven had incurred a loss of Rs 2,543.67 crores and one had on
The urban development ministry has deployed a team of officials, which has been assigned with the task of getting the houses of former MPs vacated.