UK election jitters have contributed to a slowdown in the country’s technology sector in the first quarter of the year, a survey by consultants KPMG shows.
By Sourajit Aiyer
The battle to prove one’s worth is always challenging for the “new kid on the block”, and it is not different for India’s Aam Aadmi Party (Common Man’s Party).
India’s youngest political party was a result of the anti-corruption movement initiated by civil society activists in 2011 for a citizen’s ombudsman bill against corruption. That movement was essentially “apolitical” and saw popular support from common Indians.