The Aam Aadmi Party is looking to finish naming all 70 candidates for the coming Delhi assembly elections this month by releasing ‘one or two lists more’. The BJP and the Congress are yet to start the process.
To check bogus voting, the Election Commission (EC) on Friday decided to use a person’s 12-digit biometric-based Aadhaar number while updating electoral rolls across India.
BJP chief Amit Shah Tuesday asked party workers to complete all the ground work for Delhi elections by first week of February, in the strongest indication yet that the Capital could go to the polls early next year.
The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) will next week launch ‘Delhi Dialogues’, an initiative on how to make the Capital a truly global city.
A year ago, the Congress had overlooked the power of social media to its own peril. But the party is taking no chances this time around. Even though it is struggling to regroup itself, the party has decided to match the might of AAP and BJP on social media platforms such as facebook and twitter.
The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) will launch a multi-platform blitzkrieg to publicise its ambitious reach-out campaign, ‘Delhi Dialogues’ that looks to crowd-source a blueprint to transform the capital into a truly global city.
Former Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal and seven other erstwhile AAP ministers will figure in the Aam Aadmi Party’s first list of nearly 35 candidates for the upcoming assembly polls, likely to be released in a couple of days.
A divorce, a jail term, determined foes: Bihar CM Nitish Kumar fighting a lone battle?
The divorce between Narendra Modi’s Bharatiya Janata Party and Nitish Kumar’s Janata Dal(U) and a few days of change in residence for Rashtriya Janata Dal’s Lalu Prasad – from 10, Circular Road in Patna to the Ranchi jail in Jharkhand – have totally changed the game that is played in Bihar.
Angry with the SP, convinced that the Congress is a losing proposition, unsure of AAP’s ability to win, and fearful that Mayawati may ally with the BJP in the future, Muslims have a difficult choice.