Sunday, 23 September, 2018

Topic: AAP


AAP aims to contest 100 seats, win 25 in 2019 Lok Sabha elections

According to a senior AAP leader, the party will do whatever it takes to win at least 25 seats, particularly in Delhi, Haryana and Punjab.
Delhi Commission for Women Chairperson Swati Maliwal | Vijay Verma/PTI

AAP’s Naveen Jaihind needs to control his anger, says wife & DCW chief Swati Maliwal

Maliwal condemned Jaihind's statement that he will give Rs 20 lakh to any BJP leader who gets sexually assaulted by 10 people.

Now AAP reaches out to Punjab MP it suspended in 2015, he rebuffs reconciliation attempt

MP Dharamvira Gandhi had been suspended, along with colleague Harinder Singh Khalsa, for ‘anti-party’ activities in 2015.
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Delhi court summons accused Kejriwal, Sisodia, 11 AAP MLAs in IAS officer’s assault case

The court said there were sufficient grounds to establish the charges against the accused in the case.
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AAP is so desperate in Punjab it’s reaching out to disgraced leader it sacked in 2016

AAP leaders meet Sucha Singh Chhotepur, sacked as convener of Punjab unit two years ago, want him to help rebuild party.
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Social media a key player for most political parties ahead of 2019 elections

War rooms are getting ready and thousands of volunteers are being trained in data analytics by the Congress, CPI(M) and AAP.  New Delhi: Election 2...

Election Commission slaps notice on AAP for alleged discrepancies in electoral funding

The Election Commission alleged in its showcause notice that transactions through hawala operators were 'wrongly disclosed as voluntary donations' in AAP's statement.

AAP to push for division of Uttar Pradesh into smaller states ahead of 2019 polls

At a Noida event, Arvind Kejriwal advocated for the division of the state and said it has lagged in development because of its size.

Court discharges Arvind Kejriwal in defamation case over his ‘thulla’ remark

The court granted relief to Kejriwal saying the complainant, a Delhi Police constable, was not a person 'aggrieved' in the case.

Kejriwal may be planting trees, but his own govt department wants permission to cut them

Researchers from think-tank say the department has approached high court, call on CM to revive Delhi tree authority. 

This is what cheaper and better looking electric vehicles can do for you

Charging will last for months in electric vehicles, it's cleaner and convenient to use and also reduces air and noise pollution.

Christian priests accused of rape: Isolated events or eroding credibility of Indian church?

While allegations against Bishop Franco Mulakkal are under investigation, there is pressure on Bishops' Council to initiate a full-fledged probe. Experts weigh in.