With the lockdown extending for four phases, social distance had widened more than physical distance. While the declining Corona numbers can be attributed to strong coordination among agencies, the task of regaining normalcy and the faith of the people in an otherwise socially widened society remains crucial.
Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal knows that life needs to go on because completely overpowering Covid-19 won’t be possible without a vaccine. Delhi government is confident it has the resources to manage any future challenges if and when the capital is allowed to reopen for business.
AAP’s Durgesh Pathak has lost the Delhi Election 2020 with a small margin. But he hasn’t lost his heart.
Low anti-incumbency and disdain for divisive politics is the clear message from the mandate of Delhi where voters have endorsed Arvind Kejriwal and AAP’s development-based campaign over the BJP’s communal hatred. But the real test with tougher obstacles starts now.
The people of Delhi finally cast their vote today for the 2020 Delhi Assembly Elections ending months of chaos and saga that has engulfed the national capital.
Jan Lokpal Bill, Nyay Yojana, Shaheen Bagh and AAP’s 5 years – Delhi State President Subhash Chopra opened up on Congress’ chances in Delhi Elections 2020 as the party released its manifesto.
India is caught in a back-breaking slowdown, the economy is crumbling and just doesn’t seem to reach its destiny – so is there a model of growth for India to achieve its potential? Let’s start with an analogy.
As the Delhi Election 2020 playfield hots up, Aam Aadmi Party’s Rajya Sabha MP Sanjay Singh exposes the BJP’s divisive, dirty poll tactics in an explosive interview with DKODING Media.
Aam Aadmi Party’s Durgesh Pathak is contesting elections for the first time. But Pathak has been at the forefront of the development issues of Karawal Nagar since sitting MLA from AAP, Kapil Mishra revolted against the party.
In a recent press conference, Delhi’s Dy CM and Education Minister Manish Sisodia claimed that Delhi Assembly election of 2020 isn’t just between two parties but between two models of governance shaping the country’s future.