Kiran Bedi says mega yoga event brought rains in Delhi

Moments after Prime Minister Narendra Modi left Rajpath following a mega event marking the first International Yoga Day , weather in Delhi turned pleasant on Sunday. Moderate winds accompanied by scattered rain provided much  needed relief to Delhiites from scorching heat. The met department had predicted pre-monsoon showers for the capital city. But for BJP leader Kiran Bedi, it was the mega yoga event which brought relief from severe heat.

PM Narendra Modi wishes 'happy birthday', Rahul Gandhi says 'thanks

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday extended birthday wishes to Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi, who turns 45 today. Taking to microblogging website Twitter, the PM said he prays for Gandhi’s good health. Narendra Modi ✔@narendramodi Wishing the Congress Vice President, Shri Rahul Gandhi a Happy Birthday. I pray for his good health & long life. @OfficeOfRG Narendra Modi ✔@narendramodi Wishing the Congress Vice President, Shri Rahul Gandhi a Happy

Is BJP experimenting with emergency in Delhi, asks Arvind Kejriwal

Veteran Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader LK Advani’s statement that he fears a return of an emergency-like situation has provided fodder to Opposition parties to attack Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Moments after Advani’s interview appeared in the The Indian Express on Thursday morning, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal took to Twitter questioning Centre’s alleged role in ruling Delhi through the Lieutenant Governor (L-G). “Advani ji is correct in saying that

Congress demands Sushma Swaraj’s resignation, also drags in PM Modi

Congress today demanded resignation of External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj for her help to Indian fugitive Lalit Modi in getting British travel documents and dragged Prime Minister Narendra Modi into the raging row, saying “needle of suspicion rests” at his door. The main opposition party also posed 11 questions to the Prime Minister, including “what happens to transparency and non-corruption promise” made by him and how the government would bring

Arvind Kejriwal attacks Modi as Centre says LG has last word in postings

As the central government made it clear on Friday that lt.governor will have the last word in posting and transferring of bureaucrats in Delhi, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal made a scathing attack on Prime Minister Narendra Modi for “trying to run” the state through the backdoor, back-stabbing people of Delhi and seeking to protect the corrupt. In a hurriedly-convened press conference following the home ministry’s decree on the lt. governor’s