Articles by Pranav Jain
Oct 15, 2019
Arvind Kejriwal needs grassroots connect, political adroitness to win Delhi in 2020, not suave Obama-style campaignsArvind Kejriwal can hope for a revival only if he secures for himself a comprehensive victory, around 60 seats, in the upcoming Delhi elections.
Jul 04, 2018
SC’s landmark judgment upholds principles of representative democracy, a win for AAP and people of DelhiToday, the Supreme Court of India (SC), in a landmark judgment, upheld the bedrock principles of a representative democracy.
Jun 18, 2018
AAP dharna against Delhi L-G: Illusion of 'apolitical' nature of IAS cadre lies shattered, says party memberThere are some who perpetually predict that Kejriwal will fade ignominiously as he is just a momentary flash in the pan. But Kejriwal continues to translate the simmering anger amid the common masses into considerable mass support.
Jun 11, 2018
Delhi's water shortage is a crisis borne out of Haryana's refusal to abide by legal commitmentsDelhi has been facing an acute water problem (which has been exacerbated by the summer season) largely due to reasons beyond its control and jurisdiction.
May 17, 2018
Delhi: Instead of resorting to mud-slinging, BJP-led MCD must try to solve the problem of street vendingInstead of resorting to mud-slinging and blame-games, it is high time that BJP pulls its act together and solves the problem of street vending in Delhi.
Apr 18, 2018
Centre sacks nine advisors to Delhi govt: BJP's tyrannical treatment of AAP makes mockery of PM's claims of 'New India'This tyrannical treatment of AAP by BJP will go down in the annals of history as a case of sour grapes, abuse of power and misuse of constitutional authority
Apr 07, 2018
Delhi Metro, transit lifeline of India's capital, struggles to survive as high fares lighten commuter walletsWas the fare hike for Delhi Metro inevitable and necessary or could it have been avoided?
Feb 28, 2018
Delhi chief secretary 'assaulted' by AAP MLAs: By stalling work and hampering governance, bureaucracy acting like permanent OppositionThe raging tempest between the elected state government in Delhi and the local bureaucracy hit a veritable rock-bottom when, on Monday, the Delhi Government Employees Association — one of the many such cabals of its ilk — came out with a strongly worded demand that the Delhi chief minister and deputy chief minister need to publicly apologise for the alleged assault of the chief secretary by two AAP MLAs.
Feb 14, 2018
AAP govt completes 3 years in Delhi: Analysing party's growth trajectory, potential to breach national stageAAP's electoral forays, made with modest resources and backed by selfless volunteers, hold hope that after Independence, a truly national party can emerge.
Feb 02, 2018
Union Budget 2018: Centre continues to marginalise Delhi, ignores important issues that need urgent fundsCentre presented its last full Budget before the Lok Sabha Elections next year. Expectations were understandably high as in the election year budgets are usually loaded with sops and freebies for all classes and there is an inkling of tax relief for the salaried middle class on the horizon.