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Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia after inaugurating 'Aam Aadmi Clinic' in Bengaluru on 11 November 2020 | Source: AAP

Will replicate Delhi model of governance in Bengaluru if AAP wins civic polls, Sisodia says

AAP has decided to contest Bengaluru municipal body polls due early next year. Delhi Dy CM Manish Sisodia inaugurated AAP’s first ‘Aam Aadmi Clinic’ in the city Wednesday.
File image of a couple getting married during the pandemic | Representational image | ANI

Super-spreader threat feared in Delhi as govt allows 200 guests at weddings

Delhi’s latest Unlock guidelines, announced this weekend, come as it grapples with a Covid surge. Tuesday saw the capital set a new record with 6,725 fresh cases.
Delhi Environment Minister and AAP leader Gopal Rai | Photo: ANI

Stubble burning still a problem, but let’s control Delhi’s internal pollution, says Gopal Rai

New ‘red light on, gaadi off’ campaign will get motorists to switch off engines at stop lights. It is among a host of Delhi govt measures to combat pollution.

Complete rollback of farm laws is non-negotiable, says Arvind Kejriwal at AAP protest

While addressing his party workers from Punjab at the Jantar Mantar agitation, the Delhi chief minister said AAP has a very clear stance on the farm laws.
File photo | Prashant Bhushan | Facebook

Prashant Bhushan is a selective crusader for democracy, with a cussed streak of intolerance

When it came to undemocratic attacks on AAP govt and Arvind Kejriwal, 'guardian of democracy' Prashant Bhushan mostly stayed silent, or rejoiced. 
Sanjay Singh

AAP’s Sanjay Singh defends alleged casteist remarks after being booked by UP Police

The Rajya Sabha MP, who is also the Aam Aadmi Party's UP in-charge, claimed that people of the state feel 'a specific caste is running the government'.
Families of victims of the Punjab hooch tragedy mourn in Tarn Taran district | Photo: ANI

Punjab hooch tragedy toll 104, Congress leaders join opposition chorus for stricter action

SAD accuses 5 MLAs of ‘involvement’, demands probe led by HC judge. AAP’s Kejriwal asks for a CBI inquiry, Amarinder tells him to mind his own business.
Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal | Photo: ANI

Kejriwal cabinet rejects Delhi Police’s choice of lawyers for February riots cases

In a Tuesday meeting, Delhi cabinet directs home department to appoint ‘the best lawyers for a fair and impartial trial’.
A health worker draws a blood sample as part of the serological survey in Delhi | Photo: Manisha Mondal | ThePrint

Serological survey kicks off in Delhi as national capital’s Covid cases surge

The serological survey is being conducted to assess the actual spread of the Covid infection. 
Representational image | ANI

L-G bars home quarantine in Delhi for first 5 days after Covid diagnosis, AAP cries foul

Home quarantine was barred in Delhi after the health ministry allegedly found the capital had been allowing it even for severe cases in congested areas.

On Camera

The moment of the Hand of God Goal, 1986 | Wikimedia

Why the English still can’t let go of the ‘Hand of God’ goal

In England, the continuing anger that Maradona “got away with it” in 1986 comes out of the ashes of empire.
File image of former RBI governor Raghuram Rajan | PTI

Rupee strong from exports perspective, should depreciate a bit, says Raghuram Rajan

India needs to worry about medium-term growth trajectory and see if the current levels of demand are sustainable in future, the former RBI governor says at ASCENT eConclave 2020.

Defence

Union Defence Minister Rajnath Singh in interaction with his Vietnamese counterpart Friday | Twitter | @Rajnathsingh

Rajnath Singh assures ‘friend’ Vietnam of help modernising its armed forces

India has been in talks with Vietnam, which has maritime border issues with China in the South China Sea, over Hanoi’s interest in acquiring supersonic cruise missile BrahMos.
Illustration by Ramandeep Kaur | ThePrint Team

What the amazing rise & sudden death of a ‘Holy Warrior’ tell us about Islam & politics in Pakistan

Khadim Hussain Rizvi was the face of Pakistan’s radical Islamist politics. His sudden death, however, will not end the mass appeal of religious fundamentalism.