Modi lends his ears to BJP-ruled states
DNDEL4137 | 4/24/2017 | Author : Amrita Madhukalya
New Delhi: Aimed at ensuring that his governance agenda dominates public discourse and trumps Opposition onslaught over a host of issues, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday held meeting with the chief ministers of all BJP-ruled states and appraised them of the focal points.
AAP hopeful of a win in Cong bastion Old Delhi, again
DNDEL4140 | 4/24/2017 | Author : Vatsala Shrangi
While quietude prevailed in most parts of the city on the polling day, life seemed to move at its usual frenetic pace in the Walled City. The streets were abuzz with election-related activity. Nestled in narrow alleys, locating the booths was a task in itself, but party wor...
Eventful day sees ex-CM in queue
DNDEL4142 | 4/24/2017 | Author : DNA Correspondent
All sorts of examples were set during the course of voting for the municipal elections on Sunday. On the one hand, former Delhi Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit stood in a queue and waited patiently for her turn to cast her vote. And on the other, many leaders and workers g...
Polling postponed in two wards after candidates die
DNDEL4143 | 4/24/2017 | Author : DNA Correspondent
Polling for the municipal elections had to be postponed in two wards — Maujpur in east Delhi and Sarai Pipal in north Delhi — after the death of their candidates. Both of them belonged to the Samajwadi Party. “Elections in two wards have been postponed. Polling in Maujpu...
Expelled Congress leader Barkha Singh joins BJP ahead of MCD polls
DNDEL4089 | 4/23/2017 | Author : DNA Correspondent
In another setback for the grand old party, former chairman of Delhi Commission for Women and a Congress loyalist Barkha Shukla Singh joined the BJP on Saturday, one day ahead of the municipal polls. The move came a day after she was expelled from the p...
Target set, Rupani whips up state unit's morale
DNAHM111131 | 4/23/2017 | Author : DNA Correspondent
Ahmedabad: Going by the talks at the executive meeting of BJP, it is clear that the party will lose the 2017 elections, said GPCC president Bharatsinh Solanki. "It would have been better had they talked about development in Gujarat, waiving off farmers' l...