2019 ASSEMBLY ELECTION
2020 Assembly polls will give another Sheila Dikshit to Delhi: Alka Lamba
Alka Lamba who quit AAP and returned to the Congress fold last year, claimed that her constituency would see a "one-sided contest as the AAP will find it difficult to explain to the people why it has fielded someone whom it termed 'corrupt' in 2015". The AAP has fielded Prahlad Singh, who contested the 2015 oolls from the same seat on a Congress ticket.
EC asks Twitter to take down Kapil Mishra's tweet likening Delhi polls to India vs Pakistan contest
The Election Commission's action came aft...
Delhi assembly elections: Arvind Kejriwal holds roadshow in Matiala
Ahead of Delhi Assembly elections, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal held a ...
‘Caste-based politics will not work in Delhi’: CM Kejriwal slams BJP
Ahead of Delhi Assembly elections, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal slammed Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and said they only do caste-based pol...
Amit Shah hits back at Manish Sisodia, says 75,000 students failed in Delhi schools
Union Home Minister Amit Shah and Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia on Friday locked horns over the issue of schools in Delhi with ...
With just two rallies, BJP won't over-expose Modi in Delhi
It is widely believed that PM Modi's exposure has been deliberately restricted this campaign season, considering the different poll trackers predict an Aam Aadmi Party sweep. This apparent conscious move is to steer clear the opposition's probable attempt to blame the BJP's results, if poor, on the PM.
Delhi polls would be fought on basis of work, not caste or religion: Kejriwal
Addressing a public meeting in Rohini, Kejriwal said he was very happy to hear Home Minister Amit Shah talk about unauthorised colonies, education and health in his speech as it shows that the AAP government has changed the narrative of politics in the country.
BJP candidate Kapil Mishra terms Delhi polls contest between India, Pakistan
Mishra, who left the Aam Aadmi Party to join the BJP, said, "Pakistan has made its entry in Shaheen Bagh. Many mini Pakistans are being formed in Delhi. Indian law is not not being followed in Shaheen Bagh, Chandbagh, Indralok."
Delhi Elections: Nitish Kumar slams Pavan Varma for questioning JD(U)-BJP tie-up
Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar on Thursday slammed party leader Pavan Varma for publicly questioning the JD(U)'s tie-up with the BJP for Delhi assembly elections, saying he was "free to go" wherever he likes.
If competition to make false promises is held, Kejriwal will win first prize: Shah
"If there is a competition in the country of making false promises, Kejriwal would definitely get the first prize. I have come to remind you that you forgot the promises you made, but neither the people of Delhi nor BJP workers have forgotten," Shah said. The Union minister was addressing a public meeting in West Delhi's Matiala constituency ahead of the assembly polls here on February 8.
CAA and NRC national issues, no resonance in Delhi polls: Raghav Chadha
AAP spokesperson and Rajinder Nagar candidate Raghav Chadha says the Bharatiya Janata Party might try to "polarise" the environment ahead of the polls.
Delhi Assembly elections: Akali Dal not to contest over differences with BJP on CAA
Just a month before Assembly elections in Delhi, Akali Dal spokesperson Manjinder S Sirsa on January 20 informed that the party will not fig...
1,029 candidates filed 1,528 nominations for Delhi polls
As many as 1,029 candidates, including 187 women, have filed 1,528 nominations for the Delhi Assembly polls scheduled on February 8. These nominations also include the 'cover' candidates. The date for withdrawing nominations is Friday.
Delhi Assembly Elections: The battle for the capital
Doles have been a major selling point for AAP in Delhi. But can the party be confident of victory?
Arvind Kejriwal's total assets worth Rs 3.4 crore, an increase of Rs 1.3 crore from 2015
The party functionaries said the increase in Kejriwal's immovable assets' worth is due to the increased valuation of the same asset as in 2015.
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