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Delhi war raises issues of decency in governance & insulating officials

The powerful have to have a necessary quality, restraint. But in the Delhi drama, most lacking aspects are restraint and decency in governance. The tussle between Delhi chief ministe

Delhi war singes officials and distrust may hit govt, but politicians in denial

Nothing can escape without consequences and people in power pay more than the aam aadmi. As war in Delhi’s state secretariat heats up, deep distrust is building up among the officials.

LG has power to appoint & transfer steno to officer, says Jung’s letter to CM

Delhi is erupting.  After meeting president Pranab Mukherjee and home minister Rajnath singh on Tuesday, Lieutenant Governor Najeeb Jung has written a letter to CM Arvind Kejriwal on Wednesday

Delhi officials plead for peace but AAP raises heat with a terror tweet

There seems to be no attempt being made to create an atmosphere of congeniality that will go a long way in building trust that is necessary to make an administration to perform as one unit. In Delh

Notification on Delhi power structure issued, LG is the boss

The union home ministry on Friday issued a notification clarifying distribution of power between Delhi`s lieutenant governor and the chief minister. According to the MHA notification

Jung meets home secy as centre goes to SC on Delhi power struggle

With administration in Delhi coming to a virtual standstill, the centre has approached the supreme court against Delhi high court`s verdict on home ministry`s division of power notification. On Thu

Jung and Kejriwal battle erupts again over cops

Even as both the parties have approached courts for clarification on division powers, the issue of hiring of five personnel of Bihar Police in Anti Corruption Branch of Delhi government has trigger

Civil services board may put a stop to Jung-Kejriwal official game

Another round of battle for supremacy is being waged in Delhi. The contentious transfer of ACB chief and Delhi home secretary has unnerved the officials of Delhi government. MK Meena was told not t

My degree is genuine, says Tomar as he is taken to Faizabad

“There is nothing wrong with my degree,” AAP leader Jitender Singh Tomar said on Wednesday. Tomar quit as Delhi law minister after his arrest on Tuesday and claims to have done his BSc

AAP’s open letter to LG Jung is bad in taste

Has the party or has Arvind Kejriwal given up on fighting a losing battle against the lieutenant governor of Delhi? Or is this another smart strategy to restore the sullied image of Aam Aadmi Party

Kejriwal’s faux pas on women’s panel deliberate?

Was that deliberate act or plain negligence in not sending Delhi Commission for Women file to the lieutenent governor? However, as the courts are busy hearing cases relating to division of power in

In Delhi turf war AAP’s case eroded by falsehood

Swati Maliwal, whose appointment to Delhi Commission for Women has triggered fresh turf war in the administration of the capital, is playing victim after trying to score political points.

Is this AAP’s Battle of Zama?

A bit of history first. Hannibal, a military commander from Carthage, is considered one of the greatest military commanders in history, particularly for crossing the mighty Alps with men &n

Battlefield Delhi

The residents of Delhi gasped for breath as air pollution reached alarming levels for over a week after Diwali on October 30. The air quality index broke all records as, in some areas, the particul

LG Najeeb Jung quits, had tumultuous ties with AAP government

Delhi Lt governor Najeeb Jung put in his papers on Thursday, bringing the curtains down on an acrimonious relationship with the Aam Aadmi Party led by chief minister Arvind Kejriwal.

The pawn is gone: Najeeb Jung quits

Najeeb Jung, a key player in the battle between the Narendra Modi government at the centre and Delhi’s Arvind Kejriwal government, sprung a surprise and quit as lieutenant governor on Thursda

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