Rajasthan Assembly passes resolution against CAA, BJP members oppose
The Rajasthan Assembly passed by voice vote the resolution which also asked the Centre to withdraw the new fields of information proposed to be included in National Population Register (NPR), 2020.
Help me take Delhi's development to next level, Arvind Kejriwal tells his assembly constituency
Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, who is ...
Will move resolution against Kerala Guv in assembly over CAA: Chennithala
The senior Congress leader said he has given a notice to Speaker P ...
Over 58% in Delhi satisfied with Kejriwal's performance: Survey
In the survey, released on Sunday, people from across the country expressed their views over important aspects with included rating the performance of their Chief Ministers, the state governments, the Leaders of the Opposition, their MLAs and MPs.
Delhi Elections: Amit Shah holds roadshow in Ghonda
New Delhi, Jan 26 (ANI): Ahead of Delhi Assembly elections, Home Minister Amit Shah held a massive roadshow in the national capital on Jan 2...
Rajasthan govt ready to introduce resolution against CAA: Sachin Pilot
The Rajasthan government will introduce a resolution against the Citizenship (Amendment) Act in the assembly session beginning Friday, Deput...
Rajasthan govt to introduce resolution against CAA: Sachin Pilot
Kerala and Punjab have already passed resolutions seeking the withdrawal of the CAA. Rajasthan Deputy CM Sachin Pilot said that the Centre should listen to people protesting against the Act across the country and asserted that democracy weakens if there is no dialogue. He further added that People have the right to express their disagreement in a peaceful manner.
164 crorepatis in the fray for Delhi polls
Not only are the candidates for the February 8 assembly polls richer than the last time around, but they are also older. From 143 candidates with assets worth Rs 1 crore or more fielded by AAP, BJP and Congress in 2015, the number has gone up to 164 in 2020 for the three parties or their allies.
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.
Poll authorities issue notice to BJP's Bagga over campaign song
BJP's candidate from Hari Nagar, Tajinder Pal Singh Bagga has been sent a notice from poll authorities for his campaign video song where he has been asked why the expenditure on the song shouldn't be added to his poll expenses. Bagga was asked to reply within 48 hours, failing which the "decision of the MCM will be final," the notice said.
HV Kamath: The contrarian who became legendary for his antics and interjections
Kamath was industrious, energetic and, in hindsight, could be seen as prescient in many of his proposed amendments. But he also had a talent for wasting time, as on August 31, 1949, when he suggested the Assembly consider India’s position on interplanetary travel. Kamath was the prototype of the performative politician, always ready for the eye-catching moment, alert to the potential for publicity and aggressive in his actions.
Remain non-violent when fighting for a cause, President tells countrymen on R-Day eve
His remarks come in the backdrop of protests against the new citizenship law although he made no reference to them.
Kejriwal won Delhi in 2015 by misleading people: Amit Shah
Union Home Minister and BJP leader Amit Shah claimed on Saturday that Arvind Kejriwal had won the 2015 Delhi Assembly polls by "misleading p...
No desire to be CM, seeking votes for betterment of Delhi: Kejriwal
Addressing a public meeting in Greater Kailash, Kejriwal said his government has worked very hard to improve schools and hospitals and it is for Delhi's betterment that the Aam Aadmi Party needs to win the assembly election scheduled on February 8. Attacking Home Minister Amit Shah, Kejriwal said he has been repeatedly criticised by the BJP leader over installation of CCTV cameras.
Delhi assembly elections: Arvind Kejriwal holds roadshow in Matiala
Ahead of Delhi Assembly elections, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal held a massive roadshow in Matiala on January 23. CM Kejriwal filed his no...