“AAP has become a party with a supreme leader”

Kumar Anshuman

Prashant Bhushan, an activist lawyer and one of the AAP’s founders, talks about differences within the party, structural flaws, and how the party has deviated from the principles on which it was founded

Possibilities of Power

What AAP can do—and cannot. Two writers on the rhetoric and reality in Kejriwal’s Delhi

Let Kejriwal Revised Be a Man with Less Answers

This time, it was not a vote against any other leader; it was a vote for a man who should not be allowed to fail again

All Things to All Voters

Kejriwal will soon have to choose what his party is about

Common Compassion Did It

Kejriwal found a way into the minds of people. But taking up their fight is another challenge

The Magic Broom

To create a Swacch Bharat, you need a broom, say the people of Delhi. What is the appeal of the broom about?

Sweep! It’s AAP all the way

AAP chief ministerial candidate Arvind Kejriwal is likely to take oath on 14 February - exactly one year after he resigned as the Delhi chief minister

Still Too Close to Call

Delhi’s electoral battle of haves versus have-nots holds us all in suspense


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