Panaji: A Gateway for Valmiki Naik to Bring a Change in India
Valmiki Naik was born, raised and educated in Goa. A Civil engineering graduate from the University of Pune, Valmiki wentRead more.
AAP’s Foray into Infrastructure Development
Before AAP, the Public Works Department (PWD) was considered one of the most corrupt departments. But when AAP came toRead more.
Positive Strides by AAP in Improving the Condition on Delhi
When AAP formed the government in 2013, Delhi’s budget was close to 29,000 crore. After five years of AAP governance,Read more.
Signature Bridge: Timeline of Iconic Bridge Completed in 20 Years
Delhi AAP government completed the construction of 154 metres high and 670 metres long, picturesque Signature bridge, built at aRead more.
First Electoral Battle of Pankaj Gupta to Fight Corruption and Demand Full-Statehood
Pankaj Gupta, one of the most senior members of AAP represents the party in Chandni Chowk constituency for the upcomingRead more.
A New Era of Education Revolution Starts in Delhi
Schooling and education are two different things. We have got the schooling right, but we still need to get theRead more.
AAP’s success story of reduced electricity charges in Delhi
One of the biggest election promises of the Aam Aadmi Party was to slash the electricity bills by half. MostRead more.
12 Reasons to Support and Donate for AAP
Out of the great churning that happened after the India Against Corruption (IAC) movement, two leaders emerged, Narendra Damodardas ModiRead more.
#Action4Nation: AAP Changing the Paradigm for Indian Politics and Political Donations
Ever since Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) is born, multiple attempts have been made to malign its reputation. But, it hasRead more.
In-Situ Drain Treatments and Decentralized STPs: An Effort to Clean Yamuna by AAP Govt
River cleaning is a major issue in India. Activists are demanding to save rivers from pollution. When it comes toRead more.
Paanch Saal AAP Ke Saath
Delhites couldn’t have asked for a more sweeter valentine’s day present, on Feb 14, 2015 than the Aam Aadmi PartyRead more.