The BJP is pulling out all the stops to make its PM candidate Narendra Modi's rally scheduled for December 22 a 'grand' success, and in a strong message to Congress is inviting as many as 10,000 tea vendors to attend the public meeting.
With the Supreme Court pronouncing gay sex as illegal, the government on Wednesday indicated that it will take the legislative route to deal with the issue.
A 16-year-old girl was allegedly gang-raped by four to five unidentified men and dumped at a parking lot in Connaught Place in the heart of the national capital, police said today.
In a major victory for homosexuals in the country, the Delhi high court on Thursday pronounced its verdict on the controversial penal provision on homosexuality legalising consensual same-sex in the country.
Post-poll uncertainty continues in Delhi after AAP convenor Arvind Kerjiwal today said that his party will not support the BJP in forming the government and rejected party leader Prashant Bhushan's suggestion.
BJP claims it will even accept a coalition between AAP and Congress, if the two decided to form a government. Neelam Pandey reports.
One of the biggest setbacks for the Congress this time is former Delhi assembly speaker Prem Singh’s defeat in the Ambedkar Nagar seat. This time Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) candidate Ashok Kumar Chauhan, defeated the Congress leader, bagging 36,239 votes.
Mizo nationalism call, social scientists said, polarised marginal non-Mizo communities such as Brus - most voted from relief camps in Tripura - and Chakmas. Rahul Karmakar reports.
Mandate in favour of clean and corruption-free governance, BJP won't do anything to lose the electorate's trust. Atul Mathur reports.
From street agitation to lobbying, Kejriwal was creating a brand of citizen-activism that was hurting the politico-bureaucratic nexus in ways that had not been seen in Delhi since it achieved partial statehood in 1993.
With pressure mounting on the Congress to name its prime ministerial candidate to take on BJP’s Narendra Modi, its president Sonia Gandhi said on Sunday the party will name a candidate for the top post at an “opportune time”.
Initial vote count trends showed the Chhattisgarh assembly elections were headed for a photo finish as the BJP led in 44 seats with the Congress right on its tail with leads in 43 seats. Ejaz Kaiser reports.
Only a month ago, Arvind Kejriwal had come to our office, wearing the trademark topi. "We will win Delhi,'' he had declared cockily, displaying a trait that so marks the man. We had mocked him then, even if silently.
Almost all exit polls had predicted it and on Sunday, the incumbent Congress government’s worst nightmares came true: chief minister Sheila Dikshit suffered an embarrassing defeat in the keenly-watched New Delhi constituency.
The Congress’s defeat in the elections to the four state assemblies isn’t just a defeat of its regional satraps. It’s a rejection at once of the UPA regime at the Centre, writes Vinod Sharma.