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Aam Aadmi Party

Couch Protest in Delhi

Siddharth Singh

Chief Minister Kejriwal retreats from a losing battle

The Pull of Realpolitik

On the future of AAP after three years of ruling Delhi

Kapil Mishra: Fast Unto Not Death

Kapil Mishra is the latest politician using that gimmick

Can Amarinder Singh Redeem Punjab?

In the vanguard with the Captain

Goa: Coastal Anxiety

Will new players spoil the party?

Punjab: The Lonely Battles of Land and Limb

Wooed but still orphaned, Dalits are not swayed by the mainstream parties. Rahul Pandita travels in the Malwa region to find out why

AAP: The Pornography of Power

How AAP has vacated the space it once owned as a moral alternative to politics-as-usual

Arvind Kejriwal: Getting Even With the Odd Chief Minister

A righteous Kejriwal makes the governance of Delhi all about one man’s whims and paranoia

2014 REVIEW: POLITICS

Nitish Kumar’s Anti-BJP Gamble • The Fall of Jayalalithaa • AAP’s Hitwicket • The Birth of Telangana • The Not so Grand Alliance • The Congress Eclipse

Is AAP withering away?

As the elections bring the Aam Aadmi Party’s internal squabbles to the fore, Arvind Kejriwal faces his biggest challenge yet

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