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Arvind Kejriwal again apologises, promises not to quit again

Arvind Kejriwal again apologises, promises not to quit again

01 Feb 2015

New Delhi: AAP leader Arvind Kejriwal has once again apologised for his actions during his 49-day tenure as Chief Minister of Delhi last year and promised not to quit again.

AAP,   Arvind Kejriwal,   AAp 49 day tenure,   Chief Minister of Delhi,   Delhi assembly polls,   Delhi elections,  
Congress, BJP, AAP field just 19 women candidates 

Congress, BJP, AAP field just 19 women candidates 

01 Feb 2015

New Delhi: Assurances on women safety are galore in the national capital in the run up to the Delhi assembly polls but when it comes to fielding women candidates, the major parties in the fray have fared poorly.

Women safety,   national capital,   Delhi assembly polls,   women candidates,   Congress,   BJP,   AAP,  
Government planning to make bribery in <strong>polls</strong> a cognisable offence

Government planning to make bribery in polls a cognisable offence

01 Feb 2015

New Delhi: In its bid to check corruption in the poll process, the NDA government is contemplating to amend the law to make bribery - both cash and kind - during elections a cognisable offence, empowering police to arrest the violators without a warrant and jail up to two years.

Corruption in poll process,   NDA government,   bribery in elections,   Home Ministry,  
Heightened vigil to check black money flow during Delhi <strong>polls</strong>

Heightened vigil to check black money flow during Delhi polls

01 Feb 2015

New Delhi: Central revenue department officials have raised vigil to check any flow of black money from air and land transit points ahead of the upcoming Assembly elections here.

Central revenue department,   black money,   Delhi Assembly elections,   Delhi polls ,  
Delhi <strong>polls</strong>: AAP is a 'backstabber', says PM Modi

Delhi polls: AAP is a 'backstabber', says PM Modi

31 Jan 2015

New Delhi: In a hard-hitting attack on AAP, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday called it "backstabber" and asked Delhiites not to repeat the "mistake" of voting for the Arvind Kejriwal-led party.

Narendra Modi,   Modi rally,   Arvind Kejriwal,   BJP,   AAP,   Delhi Assembly polls,   Delhi election,   Kiran Bedi,   Amit Shah ,  
Delhi <strong>polls</strong>: BJP poses third set of questions for AAP

Delhi polls: BJP poses third set of questions for AAP

31 Jan 2015

New Delhi:The BJP on Saturday posed its third set of five questions for AAP chief Arvind Kejriwal.

BJP,   AAP,   Arvind Kejriwal,   Kiran Bedi,   Delhi polls,   Delhi assembly election ,  
Delhi <strong>polls</strong>: Yogi Adityanath slams 'politics of appeasement'

Delhi polls: Yogi Adityanath slams 'politics of appeasement'

31 Jan 2015

New Delhi: Criticising the "politics of appeasement", BJP MP Yogi Adityanath said his vision for inclusive growth means equal rights for the majority Hindu community as well as for the minorities.

BJP,   Yogi Adityanath,   Hindu community,   Minorities,   Delhi polls,   Delhi assembly election,  
Delhi <strong>polls</strong>: PM Modi's election rallies to be held in high security

Delhi polls: PM Modi's election rallies to be held in high security

31 Jan 2015

New Delhi: Following intelligence inputs of terror threats during Delhi elections, security has been stepped up for the upcoming four rallies of the Prime Minister Narendra Modi in separate parts of the national capital, an official said.

Intelligence inputs,   Terror threats,   Delhi elections,   Modi security,   Modi rally,  
Delhi <strong>polls</strong>: EC looks to crack down on misuse of money, muscle

Delhi polls: EC looks to crack down on misuse of money, muscle

31 Jan 2015

New Delhi: To check the misuse of money, muscle power and liquor during the Assembly polls here, Election Commission has sought the cooperation of the states bordering Delhi in order to ensure that the exercise passes of peacefully.

Election Commission,   Money power Muscle power,   Liquor,   Delhi Assembly polls,   Delhi election,  
Delhi village without hospital, school to boycott <strong>polls</strong>

Delhi village without hospital, school to boycott polls

31 Jan 2015

New Delhi: A village with a population of over 10,000 has decided to boycott the February 7 assembly election in Delhi. The residents cited lack of basic amenities in their area as the reason behind the move.

Delhi assembly polls,   Delhi assembly election,   Delhi village boycott polls,  

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