The political rivalry between AAP and the Centre is intensifying and this time there is no stopping this endless blame game.
The fight for power is a vicious and cut throat movement. Navjot Singh Sidhu’s joining the congress has only added fuel to the raging fire.
A lot has been said, heard and seen about the concerns regarding "safety of women" in Delhi it is regardless to say that the parties have brought it into the limelight further in the Election campaigns.
The author writes this article to debunk the ideology and actions of AAP and illustrates how all this led to BJP getting a massive mandate in the Lok Sabha Elections.
The writer wonders whether the recent statements by Baba Ramdev and Sri Sri Ravi Shankar on the current political status, are a signal of them entering politics.
The author talks about the 49 day AAP government in Delhi led by Arvind Kejriwal,
By Baisali Mohanty, attempts to justify Arvind Kejriwal's resignation after 49 days by portraying him as a strategist and a messiah.
Kawalpreet Kaur writes an open letter to the Chief Minister of Delhi. Arvind Kejriwal, questioning his stance on a number of issues.
It is apparent from Yogendra Yadav's interview that AAP believe in decentralisation of power, supporting the common man and evidence based policy measures
By Michelle Cherian, AAP, in a short while, rose as a tough competitor to age long regimes of Congress and BJP due to a different ideology. Will it survive?
By Sarita Mahapatra, AAP no doubt rose to power in a surprisingly short while due to expectations from them but will their model of subisidies survive?
The author projects AAP and its leader Arvind Kejriwal against Modi as a ray of hope amidst the hopeless political class & throughout compares BJP and AAP.
By Tanay Chothani, tells the conditions on which AAP rose to power and questions its ability to keep up its promises or was it a part of the power game?
With a new party in power and a new entity representing Delhi it is important that this change embraced rationally and Arvind Kejriwal given a fair chance.