'We all know what happened in Gorakhpur': Arvind Kejriwal hits back at Yogi Adityanath during public meeting in Delhi's Vishwas Nagar
Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal on Sunday hit out at Uttar Pradesh chief minister Yogi Adityanath, telling him to focus on the schools and hospitals in his state.
BJP MLAs marshalled out of Delhi Assembly for creating ruckus over presence of disqualified AAP leader Kailash Gehlot
The Delhi Assembly's budget session began on Friday amid protests by opposition MLAs over the presence of Transport Minister Kailash Gahlot
A civil society delegation, which included Congress leader Mani Shankar Aiyar, today called on Jammu and Kashmir Governor NN Vohra and discussed the prevailing situation in Kashmir.
Accusing the Arvind Kejriwal government of trying to "suppress" a purported 'CAG report', scores of state BJP workers on Saturday held a demonstration near Delhi Assembly
BJP MLA OP Sharma on Tuesday claimed in Delhi High Court that democratic functioning had been "stonewalled" in the Delhi Assembly.
BJP MLA Sharma suspended for two assembly sessions for making "derogatory" remarks against AAP MLA Alka Lamba
Cracking down on indiscipline, the Delhi Assembly on Thursday suspended BJP MLA OP Sharma from the House for the next two sessions for making "derogatory" remarks against AAP MLA Alka Lamba after he expressed "regret" over it to escape impending expulsion.
The result of the debate about sedition and what it means to be anti-national, as seen in November 2047.
The Ethics Committee of Delhi Assembly has decided to recommend stripping off BJP MLA OP Sharma's membership of the House.
Even as BJP MLA OP Sharma remains defiant in his defence of his assault on an activist in Delhi, the Delhi secretariat has recommended the expulsion of the leader from the assembly.
Police had summoned OP Sharma as well as three lawyers in connection with assault on journalists, JNU students and teachers, and other persons at the court.
BJP MLA O P Sharma who was caught on camera beating a CPI activist at Patiala House court on Monday, joined the probe into the assault case on Thursday
Has India got in some kind of a war within? Break in India seems to have overtaken the Make in India program.
Innocent till proven guilty is an inviolable principle of the Indian justice system. Those supporting the government action against Kanhaiya Kumar ignore this basic tenet of law.
What could have been ignored as a campus event at JNU has now snowballed into a national show of the BJP’s intolerance to dissent.
ut no, our government officials couldn’t possibly do that in the media without dissolving into expressing their misogyny, casteism, racism and 50 other forms of discrimination that have no bearing whatsoever on the crackdown.
O P Sharma, who is at the centre of a controversy in connection with the violence in Patiala House court complex, on Tuesday claimed a group of people had hit him and that his action was "natural".
Thank you home minister Rajnath Singh. First for sending the flatfoots into the JNU campus and picking up Kanhaiya Kumar for merely being present at a meeting where 'anti-national' slogans were raised but one who, by the police's own admission, did not mouth those slogans himself.
The BJP's Delhi legislator Om Prakash Sharma allegedly attacked a CPI(M) activist and JNU students at Patiala House Court on Monday.
Delhi Assembly on Thursday passed a motion on recovering Rs 18,560 from the pay of BJP MLA Om Prakash Sharma towards the cost incurred in replacing a mike he damaged during Budget session and warned him not to repeat such action.
BJP legislator O.P. Sharma was suspended for the entire winter session of the Delhi assembly for making a sexist remark against AAP legislator Alka Lamba.