Coronavirus cases in India rise to 114: Odisha reports its first case; Maharashtra tally rise to 37 with four new infections
COVID-19 extended its footprint in India on Monday with the eastern state of Odisha reporting its first coronavirus patient and one new case each in Ladakh, Jammu and Kashmir, and Kerala, taking the total count to 114, Health Ministry officials said.
Goa court issues notice to Arvind Kejriwal for remarks on bribing voters during Assembly elections; next hearing on 8 Feb
A local court has issued a notice to Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal in connection with a case filed against him for his bribery remarks
Rakshabandhan was celebrated with great fanfare throughout India on Monday, with brothers and sister rejoicing the special day together
“If Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the Centre can do it, why Arvind Kejriwal and his democratically-elected government in Delhi can’t?” This is the question Aam Aadmi Party-led Delhi government is asking, in relation to communicating with citizens on social media.
Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has "crossed all limits of decency" by allegedly using the insulting word 'Thulla' for Delhi policemen in an interview, a police constable told the Delhi High Court on Wednesday.
Three bad apples in less than 18 months is indeed an alarming sample for Kejriwal's lot.
Delhi's Odd-even scheme returns on 15 April, govt emphasises that 'single factor cannot reduce pollution'
With the odd-even scheme set to return from 15 April, the government on Tuesday played down its impact on air pollution, saying a single factor or action cannot substantially reduce pollution levels in the national capital.
Whatever the verdict, the biggest story in this election in Delhi would be the humbling of the mighty Narendra Modi. In Arvind Kejriwal the BJP’s mascot has found his match.
The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP), that became a political outfit to reckon in record time and acquired national ambitions as well, is apparently now back to basics — fight against corruption.
Taking a dig at the remark of AAP patron Shanti Bhushan on party chief Arvind Kejriwal lacking organisational skills, BJP today said that it was already aware of this "fact".
Is the autowallahs' disinterest in AAP's politics, a reflection of the city's disappointment with the former Delhi CM, who had an eventful 49-day stint with the top post beginning December last year?
Anti-corruption activist Arvind Kejriwal, has now posed five questions for Khurshid who along with his wife have been charged with embezzlement and fraud over an NGO owned by them.