Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) chief Arvind Kejriwal on Saturday said people are worried about discrepancies in the Electronic Voting Machines (EVMs), adding that his party had sought time from the Election Commission to know what procedure must be followed in such a scenario.
Sensing stiff competition from Aam Aadmi Party in Delhi Assembly elections, Bharatiya Janata Party's trump card Prime Minister Narendra Modi will start his rallies from today. Modi is scheduled to address a rally at CBD grounds near Karkardooma in east Delhi.
Making a bid to woo all sections to return to power, the AAP today made a host of promises in its manifesto like 24X7 "affordable" power supply, free Wi-Fi across the city, installation of at least 10 lakh CCTV cameras for women security, making water a legal right and slashing VAT significantly.
In a scathing attack on AAP, Union Minister Smriti Irani on Friday asked the people of Delhi not to let the party, which has "now itself become a problem" make a "backdoor entry" in the upcoming election,
Actor-turned-politician Jaya Prada, who was expelled from the Samajwadi Party, on Friday said that talks were on with senior leaders of the BJP on her joining the party, and that she wanted to do so to "serve" it and not to contest any elections.
Slamming the BJP-led government at the Centre for its willingness to debate on "principles of the Constitution," Communist Party of India (Marxist)on Friday attacked Prime Minister Narendra Modi for remaining "silent" when "constitutional values" were targeted.
After his strategy bore rich dividends in the in the General Elections last year, the Delhi Assembly polls 2015 are being seen as the next big assignment for Bharatiya Janata Party president Amit Shah. But the man recognised as the 'Chanakya' of BJP says he hasn't taken any election lightly and his mantra remains 'maximum seats with maximum margin.'
Days after he quit Congress and created a controversy by taking down the website of the party state unit, Sanjey Puri on Thursday joined Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) along with scores of Janakpuri block Congress workers.
In a move towards effective implementation of the tobacco control laws, the Delhi's Chief Electoral Officer (CEO) has declared all polling stations in Delhi as no-smoking zones in the upcoming assembly polls to be held on February 7.
A political war of words erupted on Thursday over the sudden removal of Sujatha Singh as Foreign Secretary, with Congress asking Prime Minister Narendra Modi to explain the "summary" decision while BJP defended it as the right of the government.
Attacking the BJP and AAP for failing to focus on the poor, Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi Thursday said his party was the only one to understand Delhi`s need for development must include the youth and find place for the poor.