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How Delhi Keeps Women Out Of Elections

How Delhi Keeps Women Out Of Elections

  With Kiran Bedi leading the Delhi election campaign for the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and Sheila Dixit already having been chief minister for three terms, it might appear that…

Through AAP, Delhi’s Vast Underclass Speaks Up

Through AAP, Delhi’s Vast Underclass Speaks Up

  Delhi’s people are India’s richest. They use the best, most extensive network of roads, and they have one of the highest rates of vehicle ownership in India. The number…

Big Fights in Delhi–But Similar Promises

Big Fights in Delhi–But Similar Promises

  For all the sound and fury exchanged by the three principal parties in the electoral battle to control Delhi, the promises they are making to the capital’s 16.8 million…

1 in 4 Delhi Voter Names Need Deletion

1 in 4 Delhi Voter Names Need Deletion

  Nearly one in four voters in Delhi is likely to see their names deleted from the voter list, affecting the electoral outcomes of some constituencies that have witnessed close…

AAP Is Unique But Not India’s Best Political Debutant

AAP Is Unique But Not India’s Best Political Debutant

  With the Delhi election battle heating up, a larger question emerges: India is no stranger to new parties, so is the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) a flash in the…

In Delhi, Congress Loss BJP’s Gain, Not AAP’s

In Delhi, Congress Loss BJP’s Gain, Not AAP’s

  A headline like this usually elicits praise or slander, depending on which camp one belongs to.   So, let’s first get done with the caveats and disclaimers–electoral outcomes are…

In Delhi, BJP On AAP’s Heels, Congress Out

In Delhi, BJP On AAP’s Heels, Congress Out

  The Election Commission has announced Delhi assembly elections for February 7 with results to be declared on February 10.   The recent assembly elections in Maharashtra were the most…

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