The AAP is set to crowdsource a large part of its financial target through an art auction and cashless donations via mobile telephony.
'After this election, we should be able to establish ourselves as the third force. With Congress shrinking, we could have a go at being the second force.'
Chastened by the criticism of its recent agitation, a certain section of the AAP leadership is now in favour of resorting to dharnas more sparingly.
Online donations to the fledgling party, the financial lifeline that keeps its political prospects on track, have dropped perceptibly since January 17.
The Aam Aadmi Party ordered Delhi’s Law Minister Somnath Bharti to pipe down and warned him to mind his language in future.
Kejriwal has left former police officers and analysts, mostly fans of the Aam Aadmi Party leader, stumped with his plan to sit on a dharna.
Top leaders of Delhi's ruling AAP announced the formation of a committee to further debate, discuss and seek industry's feedback on the issue.
AAP to meet industrialists, economists, ex-bureaucrats on Sunday to map out economic policy & vision
The AAP is putting the finishing touches to its first official paper on economic policy being prepared with help from experts.
AAP's first Lok Sabha list to be short, but high-impact; Meera Sanyal, Mayank Gandhi & Ilyas Azmi among probables
“It will be a short list of about 15 to 20 names only, but these are people who will make strong candidates,” Prashant Bhushan said.
Land acquisition will be among the top priorities of the party’s election manifesto and it has already started reaching out to industry.
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