"Last year, those whom you voted (for), back-stabbed you and shattered your dreams... Delhi won’t vote for betrayers” Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday asked the people of Delhi to vote for a BJP government as it can work in tandem wi
Delhi’s poor air quality forced the US Embassy in the city to purchase air purifiers ahead of the US President Barack Obama’s visit earlier this week. The air purifiers were installed in the Embassy to allow the staff to breathe easy.The US Emb
The Congress party is fielding five women candidates, one less than lastpolls, whereas the Aam Aadmi Party has six candidates this time too There are fewer women candidates in the fray for the Delhi Assembly elections this time than in 2013, though the n
A walk through Seelampur’s streets, where piles of garbage dot nearly each corner, is sufficient to see that the Muslim-dominated Assembly constituency in North-East Delhi lacks in basic amenities.Open sewers is one of the prime talking points in the
May not allow admissions for third MBBS batch Issuing a stern warning to Hindu Rao Hospital, Malka Ganj, the Medical Council of India (MCI) has written to the Central Health & Family Ministry stating that it will not renew permission for admissions t
She accused him of making sexist comments against her, even as her party, BJP, approached the Election Commission on the issue. The Chief Ministerial candidate of the BJP, Kiran Bedi, said on Saturday that a police complaint has been lodged against Kuma
The number of candidates with criminal cases against them rose from 16 per cent in 2013 to 17 per cent this year. Those with serious charges against them, however, have gone down from 12 per cent to 11 per cent. As per ADR, serious charges include elect
The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) on Saturday released the poll manifesto for the Delhi Assembly elections. The party promised to ensure all round development of Delhi to make it a global city. Here's the full text of the manifesto.
The party promises all-round development of the city Signalling its seriousness on governance, the Aam Aadmi Party borrowed the BJP's full statehood promise for Delhi and said it would turn the capital into a world class city that enjoyed free Wi-Fi.
The party promises to make Delhi a hub for education, tourism, trade and service sector ensuring employment generation. The Aam Aadmi Party on Saturday released its poll manifesto. Apart from promises of ensuring all round development of Delhi, the part