Is the Aam Aadmi Party dying?

Once a beacon and anchor for those fed up with corruption, the AAP’s ambition of achieving national prominence seems to be over.

#Elections2019: How two Delhi constituencies voted

Everyone loves Sunday mornings. In this part of the national capital, young men and women find time for fitness. Their morning runs on this day have become early noon jogs on tree-lined streets; the tree branches mask their sweaty faces from the blistering summer sun. A few cyclists compete with cars driving out of the colony and tiny dairy kiosks have opened for early morning milk buyers. It’s easy to spot the polling booth …