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The Battle for Punjab

Siddharth Singh

Who will harvest the anger? A state in flux

The Minimum Leader: The Unravelling of Arvind Kejriwal

Two years on, it is becoming apparent that Arvind Kejriwal is no breakaway from the typical mould of the politician as deception artist

Arvind Kejriwal: A Bitter Year in the Capital

How the Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has become a full-time attack dog

Pollution War: An Odd Fellow Gets Even With Delhi

It is politics, not science, that drives the AAP government’s pollution war

AAPocracy and the Cult of K

The platitudinous bunkum Kejriwal spews with such faux solemnity shows how determined he is to fortify his own mythology as Our Man of Deliverance

‘I told Arvind that even dictators consult people’

Rebel AAP leader Yogendra Yadav talks about the dictatorial style of Arvind Kejriwal and the differences between them in a wide-ranging conversation with Managing Editor PR RAMESH. Excerpts

Arvind Kejriwal: The Pastiche Potentate

The purged intellectuals have not given us a counter-argument to the soothing banalities of Kejriwal

“AAP has become a party with a supreme leader”

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

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