Arvinder Singh Lovely

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Polls over, Lovely back in saddle

The Congress’s voteshare went down from 29.79 per cent in 2013 to 13.01 per cent in 2015.

Congress does a refresh in Gandhi Nagar, Rajouri Garden

Congress has now nominated block president Surender Prakash Sharma from the Gandhi Nagar seat.

Delhi unit chief Arvinder Singh Lovely will not contest Delhi Assembly elections: Congress

Hints of internal tussle as Delhi Cong chief is ‘freed up for ground work’

Delhi Elections: Arvinder Singh Lovely joins BJP after Congress denies ticket to father Buta Singh

Apart from Lovely, a number of other leaders from Congress, Aam Aadmi Party also joined the saffron party.

Congress will be the only party making gains this time: Arvinder Singh Lovely

‘Radio and television advertising is very expensive and so-called ‘imaandaar’ parties seem to have all money’

Congress: Tired old rulers uncomfortably numb

The Congress this time has decided to break from tradition and announce its candidates’ list soon.

Congress calls for meeting of South Delhi leaders

The meeting is likely to be attended by over a hundred Congress leaders from South Delhi.

Congress protests sealing drive in Delhi Cantonment villages

The protest was led by Delhi Pradesh congress Committee president Arvinder Singh Lovely.

Homeguards take their case to street after ‘betrayal’ by AAP

Kumar said finding employment after a five-year term was virtually impossible.

BJP trying to “saffronise” bureaucracy in Delhi: Congress

The move of Delhi Congress comes a day after at least 20 IPS officials, at the level of DCPs, were trasferred in Delhi Police.

Delhi Cong meets Jung, submits chargesheet against AAP, BJP

The party has decided to make the chargesheet public to “expose” its opponents.

No interaction with AAP during 49-day govt: Lovely

Haroon Yusuf said Kejriwal was ‘enacting the drama of people interaction’ to attack the Congress.

Meanwhile, shake-up has Congress in tizzy

A war has begun in the party between those who are happy with the present leadership and those who aren’t.

No ‘tall promises’ in manifesto, vision document for fresh polls, says Congress

Party tasks former MLA Walia with drafting documents; others in party sceptical of new strategy

Sisodia texted me for a meeting, says Cong MLA

Lovely said while other parties made tall statements of not being power hungry but continued to look for ways to avoid polls.