Delhi Election 2020: Despite Narendra Modi push, BJP failed to make hay from regularisation of colonies; here's why
BJP kick-started its political campaign for Delhi Assembly election in December with the regularisation of the illegal colonies, but by the third week of January BJP campaigners ditched the issue
Delhi polls about deliverability, not ideologies; polarising voters in response to AAP's development-centric pitch may not work for BJP
Brand Arvind Kejriwal has established direct and firm contact with Delhi voters' necessities and made the practice of politics a lot more ordinary; today, he appeals to even those voters who see no alternative to Narendra Modi’s prime ministership
AAP govt paved road to justice by discarding politics of parole in favour of infrastructure and improved access to courts
Arvind Kejriwal has, at every public event and governance speech with the judiciary and public, continued his unwavering and unconditional support to staffing our courts and judicial ecosystem to their sanctioned strength.
Manish Sisodia accuses BJP of misleading people ahead of Delhi polls, says party giving out fake ownership papers to residents of unauthorised colonies
Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia on Friday accused the BJP of misleading people by giving "fake" ownership papers to just 20 of the 40 lakh residents of unauthorised colonies
Delhi targets 25% green cover by 2025; officials say it's possible only if DDA gives land on Yamuna river banks to forest department
The Delhi government has set an ambitious target of increasing the city's green cover from 20.6 per cent to 25 per cent by 2025, but officials say this is possible only if the DDA hands over land on the Yamuna riverbanks to the forest department
Environment Secretary CK Mishra to hold crucial high-level meet on air pollution today; Delhi, Punjab, Haryana, UP chief secys to attend
Environment Secretary CK Mishra will hold a crucial high-level meeting on air pollution on Monday. The meeting is expected to be attended by Chief Secretaries of Delhi, Punjab, Haryana and Uttar Pradesh
Residents of Delhi’s unauthorised colonies hail Centre's decision to approve regulations recognising their ownership rights
The decision is applicable to 1,797 identified unauthorised colonies that are inhabited by lower-income group society
Arvind Kejriwal urges Centre to begin regularisation of 40 lakh homes in Delhi unauthorised colonies without delay after Union Cabinet okays move
Welcoming the Union Cabinet's decision to regularise unauthorised colonies in the national capital, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said the road map for it was based on a proposal sent by the Delhi government and that the Centre should start the process immediately
Ravidas Temple row: Centre agrees to hand 200 square metres over to devotees for construction of temple in South Delhi
The Centre on Friday told the Supreme Court that it is willing to hand over 200 square metre area to a committee of devotees for construction of Guru Ravidas temple in South Delhi.
SC says plea for reconstruction of Delhi's Guru Ravidas Temple should be placed before CJI for appropriate orders
The SC said a plea seeking permission for the reconstruction of the Guru Ravidas Temple in Tughlaqabad, Delhi, which was demolished by the DDA on the apex court's direction, should be placed before the CJI for 'appropriate orders'.
Sant Ravidas Mandir demolition row: Kailash Gahlot says no proposal pending with Delhi govt, Centre to provide approval for 'non-forest' usage of land
Delhi minister Kailash Gahlot on Friday said that there are no pending proposals for use of the land upon which the Sant Ravidas temple once stood.
Bhim Army chief Chandrashekhar Azad arrested after 'unruly' protests over demolition of Sant Ravidas temple, to be produced in court today
Bhim Army chief Chandrashekhar Azad has been arrested on charges of rioting and unlawful assembly after the Dalit protests over the Ravidas temple demolition turned violent, and will be produced before a court on Thursday, a police official said.
Thousands of Dalits hit Delhi streets protesting against demolition of Ravidas Mandir, ask Centre to rebuild temple
Thousands of Dalits from different parts of the country took to the streets on Wednesday to protest against the recent demolition of a Ravidas Mandir in Delhi
DDA Housing Scheme 2019: Draw results announced, applicants can visit authority's website to check allotment list
The DDA Housing Scheme 2019 was launched on March 25, offering flats under four categories.
AAP, BJP joining hands for Okhla plant a welcome step, but political enmity may continue to hamper policy work in Delhi
Recently Union Minister Gajendra Singh Shekhawat and Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal jointly laid foundation for a sewage water treatment plant in Delhi, showing once again what a Centre-state harmony can do for Delhi
Delhi water crisis: AAP govt's five-pronged approach aims to fill supply-demand gap, prevent depletion of water bodies
Water is in vogue. Debates on the water crisis are on in the Lower and Upper Houses of Parliament.
After 30 years wait, 19,000 applicants to finally get flats in Delhi, but DUSIB's housing scheme for EWS has few takers
Of the 19,000 applications who had sought housing in Delhi under a govt scheme for the economically weaker sections, in 1985, only 1,150 have accepted allotment of tenements offered by the DUISB, the now in-charge of the scheme
Amrapali mortgaging homebuyers’ land: Solution lies in mandatory registration of undivided share of land across India
Banks were happy to lend because the title deed to the land were handed over to them. Banks ought to have asked the primary question to Amrapali —does the land belong to you?
Lok Sabha polls: Gautam Gambhir, Vijender Singh’s half-baked campaigns reveal the ills of choosing star power over governance
The failure of Gautam Gambhir and Vijender Singh to raise important issues to corner their opponents in the run-up to the Lok Sabha election in Delhi show how celebrity politicians are not suited to meet the complex governance challenges facing the national capital
By keeping Mahabal Mishra out of campaigns, Congress missed chance to counter AAP, BJP’s Purvanchali outreach in Delhi
Congress made a wrong move by keeping Purvanchali leader Mahabal Mishra out of campaigning in Delhi, and relying solely on Sheila Dikshit’s Uttar Pradesh connect