The AAP in its election manifesto has promised the citizens of Delhi a whole host of things including 700 litres of free water, cheap power and the Jan Lokpal.
A sting operation showed top leaders of AAP including Shazia Ilmi ready to accept funds without proper background checks. Convener Arvind Kejriwal has promised action within 24 hours.
The manifesto does bring in new ideas, like the one on empowering Mohalla Sabhas and using locals to provide security to women.
AAP manifesto 'Sankalp Patra' also promises introduction of 'Swaraj' (self rule) to decentralise power in the national capital. To woo Sikh community, the party also says to provide justice to 1984 anti-Sikh riot victims.
Many businessmen believe that their troubles will be over once the UPA is gone and the next government is ushered in by May 2014. This is one reason why the markets have been buoyant despite weak economic news.
While it is fashionable for a hypocritical liberal elite to convince themselves that Sonia's foreign origins do not matter in "secular" India, the truth is large sections of Indians are privately uncomfortable with her emergence.
Gujarat Chief Minister and Bharatiya Janata Party's (BJP) prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi claimed that the credit of Information Technology (IT) revolution in Karnataka should go to the NDA government led by Atal Bihari Vajpayee.
Delivering the inaugural India Link Lecture here on 'Indo-British Relations - The Way Forward', Lord Paul said, "The top students in our key recruiting nations are choosing to attend universities in Canada, Australia and the US."
What India is currently facing is not the normal kind of inflation that comes and goes in response to transient supply and demand factors, but a more insidious kind injected by excessive populism unrelated to normal political spending alone.
Given the UPA's penchant for legislating rights left, right and centre, the Bill could usefully have been called the Right to Give Readers Freedom from Paid News Bill. A token PRB Act amendment looks like a wasted opportunity for Tewari and his ilk.
In its communication to Chief Election Commissioner VS Sampath, Congress accused BJP's prime ministerial candidate of making "intemperate, malicious and defamatory" remarks by referring to the hand symbol, allotted by the Commission to Congress, as "Khooni Panja" and "Jalim Haath".
A day after Prime Minister Manmohan Singh asked the CBI to tread cautiously in policy matters, it was the turn of the Finance Minister to dwell at length on the functioning of the agency.
Sinha has pointed out that TRAI has reduced the price of 1 MHz of spectrum pan-India by 37 percent, and the reduction is much steeper for key circles like Mumbai and Delhi at 50 percent.
"A part of India which went to China happened during your government and that of your predecessors. It would have been good if the Prime Minister had said something about price rise, corruption but he rather chose to speak on History and Geography," Modi said at Kheda in Gujarat on Sunday.
Irked by the report, which suggested a victory of Modi-led BJP in the next year's general elections, Commerce and Industry Minister Anand Sharma said it is "most inappropriate and objectionable".
"With elections around the corner, I am confident that the energy that students can bring to our campaign will help carry our message to more voters," Arvind Kejriwal, national convener of Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) said.
If these projections come true, the result will throw up a hung Assembly, making it impossible for any party to form the government unless there are sizeable defections.
The Aam Aadmi (Common Man) Party has suddenly up-ended the calculations of mainstream parties in the race for control of the capital, Delhi, which goes to the polls in December and will set the stage for a national election due by May.
Corruption and rising prices may crush the Congress government of Ashok Gehlot and result in the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) storming back to power after five years.
A panel of experts on CNBC-TV18 discuss whether the outcomes in the MP and Chhattisgarh could be extrapolated to the results of general elections in 2014.
The survey, which interviewed 2,870 persons between October 13 and 20 in 140 locations in 35 constituencies, reveals that the BJP has gained in strength in the past five years with the electorate giving a thumbs up to Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan.
BJP sources said that Modi has set the state unit an ambitious target: to win all the 26 seats.
Narendra Modi, the star attraction of the rally, is believed to be on terrorists' hitlist for a long time and therefore, better security with restricted entry and full frisking arrangements could have been made.
Since it is the government's right to decide how a policy has to be implemented, it is now highly unlikely that the CBI can proceed against Birla when the PM himself says the case was decided on "merits".
Apart from nuclear cooperation, the prime minister's visit is expected to cover the strategic partnership between the countries which is heavily political and military and less of economic.