The exit polls also mark a dramatic comeback for Kejriwal who was written off by political pundits seven months ago, his nascent party apparently ambling towards an early political sunset.
As Delhi queues up before polling booths today, ET takes a look at how Kejriwal, Shah & Bedi maintained a punishing schedule while campaigning.
Asked to comment on Barack Obama’s comments on religious intolerance in India, Kejriwal took a dig at the personal chemistry between the Indian PM and the US President.
With BJP fielding Nupur Sharma who is also a resident of the constituency, battle for New Delhi seat has become one of the most interesting contests.
Delhi Polls: Former AAP volunteer Karan Singh leads money laundering charge against team Arvind Kejriwal
The irony is hard to miss for Aam Aadmi Party. The Delhi elections, this time, has been more about fighting former fellow travellers than BJP or Congress.
Delhi Polls: Election Commission likely to act against Arvind Kejriwal for creating confusion on EVM machines
Kejriwal had alleged that four EVM machines in the Delhi Cantonment constituency did not register votes properly during a mock poll.
AAP’s supporters abroad make a significant contribution in addressing one of the biggest challenges faced by the party — funding.
Four RSS members SC Mittal, Nikhilesh Guha, Ishwar Sharan Vishwakarma and Narayan Rao find place in top panel of ICHR
Four members of the governing body of India’s top historical body are office-bearers of an RSS-affiliated organisation.
HS Brahma rules out intervention on AAP’s allegation that Kiran Bedi is extracting mileage out of US President Barack Obama’s visit.
ICHR chief Dr Y Sudershan Rao lauds Subramanian Swamy for fighting lonely battle for country's majority
ICHR chief Dr Y Sudershan Rao has lauded Subramanian Swamy for the "lonely battle he has been fighting a in support of the majority of the country."
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