EC's efficacy in enforcing MCC comes into doubt with NaMo TV, biased Doordarshan and angry bureaucrats
Complaints, criticisms against NaMo TV has been going on for several days now finally prompting the EC to finally direct the Delhi chief electoral officer to get its contents pre-verified by the media certification and monitoring committee
Delhi govt reconstitutes Waqf Board: AAP MLA Amanatullah Khan named as member; chairman to be elected on 5 September
Delhi government on Monday reconstituted the Delhi Waqf Board and AAP MLA and its former chairman Amanatullah Khan is among those named as its members.
The Supreme Court on Tuesday agreed to hear next week appeals of the Delhi government relating to the scope of its various powers
In a 535-page verdict, the Supreme Court attempted to end the friction between the Delhi government and the Centre's representative, the lieutenant-governor. On the face of it, the judgment seems to have rapped the L-G for some of the intransigent positions his office has taken, as claimed by the Arvind Kejriwal-led Delhi government.
Arvind Kejriwal vs Anil Baijal: Waqf board to mohalla clinics, Delhi state govt and L-G locked horns on several issues
Among the main points of contention between Arvind Kejriwal and the L-G's office was the argument that the latter was blocking many of the government's key schemes. Here are some of them
Full text: Elected govt has real power, rules Supreme Court on Arvind Kejriwal-Centre power tussle in Delhi
In its over 500-page judgment, a five-member bench led by Chief Justice Dipak Misra made several observations on the power tussle between the Arvind Kejriwal government in Delhi and L-G Anil Bajial, representing the Centre. Here's the full text of the judgment
SC verdict on AAP-Centre power tussle: Key flashpoints between L-Gs Najeeb Jung, Anil Baijal and Arvind Kejriwal
With the Supreme Court set to give its judgment on who will be the administrative head of Delhi, Firstpost takes a look at some of the key flashpoints between the Arvind Kejriwal government and Delhi L-Gs
The Delhi government's ties with the L-G have been anything but amiable.
The process to re-constitute the Delhi Waqf Board, which was dissolved last year, had begun and the seven-member panel might be formed in the next one month, a government official said on Sunday.
Vice President Hamid Ansari on Sunday said outgoing President Pranab Mukherjee had last week told "there cannot be two functional executive authorities in a state".
Aam Aadmi Party leader (AAP) Kumar Vishwas did not attend an Iftar party organised by the Delhi government on Friday.
“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.
The PWD department of the Delhi government has slapped a fine of Rs 27 lakh on AAP for "unauthorised occupation" of the party office.
The Anti-Corruption Branch (ACB) on Wednesday questioned Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal's private secretary for more than three hours in connection with its probe in the alleged Rs 400 crore tanker scam.
The Anti-Corruption Branch on Monday said it will record sacked Delhi minister Kapil Mishra's detailed statement after he alleged that Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal had influenced the probe into a Rs 400 crore tanker scam.
The Congress on Monday wrote to Delhi Lt Governor Anil Baijal to demand the prosecution of Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and his ministers on the basis of the Shunglu committee report.
The Shunglu Committee, which was formed by former Lt Governor Najeeb Jung to examine over 400 files on decisions taken by the Arvind Kejriwal-led AAP regime in Delhi, had in November 2016 submitted its report to the lieutenant governor's office.
Shunglu Committee report is yet another reminder that for Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal, rule of law means that his personal discretion is law in Delhi.
Delhi's former Liutenant Governor Najeeb Jung had set up a three-member committee to examine the decisions taken by the Aam Admi Party Party (AAP) government and the committee has alleged "gross misuse of power" by the state government.
It was Delhi's former L-G Najeeb Jung who first talked about the existence of a spy unit run by Arvind Kejriwal's Delhi government and expressed his doubts over its operations.