'Faith is beyond attire': Nusrat Jahan slams religious 'hardliners' criticising her for sporting 'un-Islamic' look; Shazia Ilmi supports TMC MP
Nusrat Jahan was seen sporting sindoor – traditionally worn by Hindu and Jain women – and a pink and white saree during her oath-taking ceremony in Parliament on 25 June.
AAP-BJP engage in ugly battle over derogatory pamphlet against Atishi Marlena; netizens pick sides with #IStandWithAtishi and #IStandWithGambhir
Meanwhile, Gambhir moved court against Kejriwal, Sisodia and Atishi with a defamation suit on Friday. 'I condemn what has happened. I am from a family where I have been taught to respect women. I didn't know Arvind Kejriwal would stoop so low. I have filed a defamation case,' he said.
Tarun Tejpal video: Times Now's use of material proof in an ongoing trial undermines law, ignores victim's rights
Back in 2016, Times Now lambasted “liberals” for viewing and basing their opinions about Tarun Tejpal case on a video, but now the channel is relying on the same dubious footage to make its arguments.
Court acquits Arvind Kejriwal in two defamation cases after his apology to Nitin Gadkari, Amit Sibal
Arvind Kejriwal was on Monday acquitted in two separate defamation cases lodged against him by Union minister Nitin Gadkari and advocate Amit Sibal after he tendered apology to both of them.
Trust Arvind Kejriwal to invent new theories to protect his moral halo, charisma and integrity.
Like ill-tempered kids, the top brass of the Aam Aadmi Party keeps getting involved in ugly fights every few months, behaving in a manner that would put even bad divorces to shame.
AAP MLA Alka Lamba claimed on Tuesday that she was offered a Lok Sabha ticket if she defected to the BJP and alleged the saffron outfit was trying to poach AAP legislators by offering them coveted posts.
With this, Ilmi has found her first post in BJP after leaving Aam Aadmi Party.
It may look coincidental, but the incident of MLA Alka Lamba losing her job as party spokesperson is not the first of its kind in AAP. Prior to this, there were two others — Shazia Ilmi and Atishi Marlena — who were media favourties and had a similar fate.
In the film, ironically, Ilmi’s own volunteers accuse her of flouting of the swaraj principle, when she decided to replace two poll managers.
Though making headlines is common for politicians during elections season, things got quite dramatic in Delhi as polling day got closer. The last few weeks were marked by everything out of a saas-bahu soap — allegations, blame games, changing allegiances, tears et al. Here are 5 dramatic moments
Shazia Ilmi should have felt vindicated after the end of polling in Delhi. But now she can only bank on the other famous Modi jumla. Her only hope would be that all exit polls are bazaaru.
A total of 19 women candidates have been fielded by three major political parties in the contest - BJP, Congress and AAP - in the Delhi polls.
Justice Markandey Katju has said that BJP should have made Shazia Ilmi their CM candidate because she is more beautiful than Kiran Bedi.
They once made a pretty picture: Kejriwal, Shazia, Binny, Vishwas and Manish Sisodia, standing side by side, their swords drawn like the knights of King Arthur, under the beatific gaze of the patriarch Bhushan. Now, those same swords are at each other’s throats.
Team Anna has long split but once collaborators are now political opponents on different sides of political lines.
Supporters of Delhi BJP chief Satish Upadhyay staged a massive protest outside the Delhi BJP headquarters on Tuesday over Upadhyay not being given a ticket.
Despite Bedi having joined the party on 16 January, the former IPS official is likely to be made the head of the party's campaign committee.
The flurry of inductions in the BJP last week, particularly from the AAP, reveals a few unflattering issues with the party.
Congress on Monday took a dig at BJP' over its "open door policy" of inducting in its fold Kiran Bedi, Shazia Ilmi to Krishna Tirath.