Arvind Kejriwal with Manish Sisodia

Its image dented, and spread too thin, AAP struggles in Delhi

The Aam Aadmi Party may be contesting the Lok Sabha elections from more than 400 seats across the country but none is more important than the seven in the national capital.It was here that AAP made political history by forming Delhi’s first government by a debutant party under the leadership of Arvind Kejriwal.

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Backing or boycott, Sori divides Maoists in Bastar

The fielding of Soni Sori has divided Maoists in Bastar this time. The north regional committee of the CPI(Maoist)’s Dandakaranya Special Zonal Committee has issued a statement opposing the polls and appealing to people to boycott AAP candidate Sori, while Maoists in Darbha and Katekalyan have asked people to vote for her.

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AAP aims for Delhi Assembly redux

Before kick-starting his campaign in Delhi last week, Arvind Kejriwal had a closed-door meeting with all Aam Aadmi Party volunteers.The former Delhi Chief Minister was told by his trusted foot-soldiers that unlike in the Delhi Assembly election last year, the party is not on a sound electoral footing this time around.

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Bubble bursts, tears flow

You don’t have to do anything; you just have to smile.”The male gaze on Gulkirat Kaur Panag is as politically incorrect in gender-sensitive times as the puritanism her Aam Aadmi Party aspires for.

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AAP starts helpline to reach out to voters

In their bid to reach out to voters of the Mumbai North-West constituency, the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) has started a free helpline and adopt your society concept.The helpline number, 1800-3000-4484, that will start from Wednesday will be free of cost and will give an opportunity to citizens to find their polling booths. Adopting of society is already on.

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