'Narendra Modi and Amit Shah can't help out in Assembly elections': RSS blames 'same old formula' by BJP for Delhi poll rout
The BJP has been out of power in Delhi for the last 21 years and it couldn't win since 1998, after the fall of Sushma Swaraj-led government on the issue of rising onion price. Absence of a credible chief ministerial face and local leadership, lack of grassroots connect, among others have contributed to the poor show by the BJP in Delhi year after year.
Exclusive: We worked on finding solutions to problems of Delhi, no point focusing on Left and Right, says Atishi on AAP's election victory
AAP leader Atishi, who won the Kalkaji Assembly constituency in the recently concluded Delhi election, speaks to Firstpost about running a development-based campaigned amid the divisive and polarised politics over Shaheen Bagh
AAP to expand base by fighting all local body polls across India, says Gopal Rai after party's landslide win in Delhi elections
Buoyed by its massive victory in the Delhi assembly polls, the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) has decided to contest all elections to local bodies across the country as part of an ambitious plan to expand its footprint beyond the National Capital.
'You didn’t act when in office': EC counters ex-CEC SY Quraishi's charge that it did not go all out to punish hate speeches during Delhi Assembly polls
EC has countered the charge of former Chief Election Commissioner (CEC) SY Quraishi that it did not go the distance in punishing hate speeches during the campaigning for the Delhi Assembly election
Congress' 'sudden disappearance' led to BJP's defeat in Delhi polls, claims Union minister Prakash Javadekar
Union minister Prakash Javadekar on Friday said the "sudden disappearance" of the Congress was responsible for the BJP's defeat in Delhi Assembly polls.
'Who benefitted from Pulwama?': Rahul Gandhi should introspect on Delhi polls, slinging conspiracies won't revive Congress' fortunes
Rahul Gandhi should be mindful of the fact that even if the national mood changed in favour of Narendra Modi after the Pulwama attack, it was because the prime minister took the bold decisions of conducting surgical strike and airstrike inside Pakistan
AAP's poll victory is emphatic but Delhi model needs massive rejig before Arvind Kejriwal can go full throttle with his national ambitions
Delhi granting Arvind Kejriwal a successful third innings despite several mistakes and setbacks in his eight-year-long political career, have set off expectations that he might just be the dark knight of alternate politics in India.
AAP's return to power in Delhi owes as much to development agenda as shift in voter sensibilities from national to local issues
The contrast between the results of 2020 Delhi Assembly polls and the 2019 Lok Sabha elections may also be a pointer to the fact that Delhi's voters exercise their franchise differently on the national and state pedestals
Delhi Election result 2020: Over 50% newly-elected MLAs have serious criminal cases, at least one related to rape, says ADR analysis
Thirty-seven of the 70 newly-elected MLAs of Delhi have declared serious criminal cases against themselves which include attempt to murder, and at least one related to rape, according to a study.
AAP wins Delhi election: It's time both Arvind Kejriwal and Narendra Modi worked together to make NCT world class city
Arvind Kejriwal went into the Delhi Assembly election with a perception of a changed man, a man who was focused on development, a man who prefers cooperation over conflict, now is the time to prove it
Arvind Kejriwal to retain 2015 Delhi Cabinet for third term: Manish Sisodia, Satyendar Jain, Gopal Rai among key faces in 2020 AAP's team
A day after the AAP won a landslide victory in the Delhi Assembly election, media reports have said that Arvind Kejriwal will retain his cabinet from 2015 and won't induct new ministers.
Arvind Kejriwal to be sworn in as Delhi CM for third time on 16 Feb at Ramlila Maidan; Cabinet to retain ministers from last Assembly
After a resounding victory in Delhi Assembly elections, Aam Aadmi Party chief Arvind Kejriwal is set to take oath as the Chief Minister of Delhi on 16 February, Sunday according to multiple reports
AAP's Delhi win indicates new political path for BJP's opponents, one that doesn't counter identity with identity or ideology with ideology
AAP simply stuck to schools and hospitals, and lower utility bills, and ran away from the battles of ideology and identity that enable BJP to polarise Hindu votes.
PC Chacko submits resignation as Delhi Congress in-charge after poll drubbing, says comment on Sheila Dikshit being 'misinterpreted'
Congress' PC Chacko on Wednesday tendered his resignation from the post of Delhi Congress in-charge, a day after the party failed to secure even one seat in Delhi election results.
Delhi government formation Latest Updates: Manoj Tiwari offers to quit after BJP scores in single digit in Assembly polls
Delhi government formation Latest Updates: BJP Delhi unit chief Manoj Tiwari has offered to quit after his party's poor performance in elections.
Day after Delhi poll rout, knives out in Congress as top brass 'gloats' over AAP's win; should party shut shop, asks Sharmistha Mukherjee
As Congress once again scored a naught in Delhi — which it once ruled for 15 years at a stretch — the mood at 24, Akbar Road was not of anguish or shock but of quiet resignation to the inevitability of it all. Such is the complacency within the party rank and file
Five Muslim candidates, all from AAP, emerge victorious in Delhi Assembly polls; 3 seats dominated by minority community post highest turnout
Five Muslim candidates, all from the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP), emerged victorious in the 8 February Delhi Assembly polls, keeping in the party’s hold the minority voter segment it had wrested from the Congress
Delhi Assembly to have 16 first-time MLAs, all from AAP; Atishi, Raghav Chadha among lawmakers to debut in Treasury benches
The new Delhi Legislative Assembly will have 16 first-time MLAs, all from the Aam Aadmi Party, including Atishi, Raghav Chadha and Dilip Pandey
‘In Delhi polls, issues lost, freebies won’: AAP detractors attribute party’s victory to schemes like free electricity, water, bus rides, pilgrimage
AAP insiders as well as its detractors attributed the party's stunning Delhi poll victory to a slew of schemes involving freebies to Delhiites
Delhi elections: Liberals are hailing AAP's triumph, but Indian democracy's foundations have already crumbled
What passes for democracy in India is a colourless simulacrum of the thing itself: an argument over the possession of a power that has been gutted of all pretence that there ought to be some kind of equality amongst all those who participate in it.