The decision that came in a high-level meeting chaired by PM Modi, ended the anxiety of millions of students and CBSE’s long standing dilemma.
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.
A Peek Into Arvind Kejriwal’s Model Of Governance And How It Delves Into Aam Admi’s Aam Problems Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal is an unapologetic family man and that’s the approach he has brought into AAP’s brand of governance that aims…
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 recent Delhi elections have grabbed eyeballs. Primarily because of the ShaheenBagh protests being sought to be pitted against the AAP’s governance paradigm. Because, no matter how much we want to ignore or deny it, the one ground reality that can be seen by the most biased eye is that AAP is asking to be judged on the basis of the implementation of promises it made to the ordinary citizens of Delhi.
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.
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.
We met Aam Aadmi Party’s (AAP) youngest contestant Durgesh Pathak (31) in the by lanes of the reclusive underdeveloped constituency of Karawal Nagar. Here are excerpts from the interview. Karawal Nagar is half an hour’s drive away from Vidhan Sabha…