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New Delhi: The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) will declare its fifth list of 60 Lok Sabha candidates on Wednesday, party leader Manish Sisodia said."The list of 60 candidates will be out today (Wednesday)," Sisodia told IANS.The fourth list of 61 candidates, including journalist Ashish Khetan and satirist Bhagwant Mann, was declared Monday.The AAP has so far announced the names of 131 candidates for the Lok Sabha election.Meanwhile, AAP leader Arvind Kejriwal is in Mumbai today and will hold road shows for candidates Medha Patkar and Meera Sanyal.IANS

Congress changed stance on land ordinance for political reasons: Finance Minister Arun Jaitley

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Congress changed stance on land ordinance for political reasons: Finance Minister Arun Jaitley

New Delhi: Accusing the Congress of changing its position on the Land Bill after the Modi government brought an ordinance, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on Tuesday said the 2013 law passed by the prev...


Why the Indian state must listen carefully to Vice President Hamid Ansari

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Why the Indian state must listen carefully to Vice President Hamid Ansari

Amidst the din of rabble-rousers and propagandists, masquerading as opinion makers, undoubtedly the Vice President of India Hamid Ansari would be one among the select, few voices that carry credibilit...

Hardik Patel, BJP, RSS and Reservation ? Part Two

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Hardik Patel, BJP, RSS and Reservation ? Part Two

While Delhi media was busy reporting on the minutiae of a murder mystery, political leadership in Delhi had a better idea of where the real story was unfolding. After a night of arson and violence, th...

Modi attacks 'grand alliance' in Bhagalpur: PM's rally proves that he's steering Bihar assembly polls himself

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Modi attacks 'grand alliance' in Bhagalpur: PM's rally proves that he's steering Bihar assembly polls himself

By Ajay SinghAs Prime Minister Narendra Modi concludes his series of pre-election rallies in Bihar at Bhagalpur on Tuesday, he seems determined to push the election agenda on two issues-development an...

Modi in damage control mode for 'DNA' jibe, now calls Biharis 'most intelligent'

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Modi in damage control mode for 'DNA' jibe, now calls Biharis 'most intelligent'

Bhagalpur: Under fierce attack for his DNA jibe against Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar, which has been turned into a major electoral weapon against him, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesdaysough...

No new promises, please: Bihar CM Nitish Kumar to PM Modi

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No new promises, please: Bihar CM Nitish Kumar to PM Modi

Patna: Ahead of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's fourth rally in Bhagalpur on Tuesday, Chief Minister Nitish Kumar asked him not to make new promises to Bihar but "show moral courage" and ensure impleme...

Stop the rhetoric and chest-thumping: Nitish tells Modi ahead of PM's Bihar rally

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Stop the rhetoric and chest-thumping: Nitish tells Modi ahead of PM's Bihar rally

Patna: Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar on Tuesday asked Prime Minister Narendra Modi to "stop the rhetoric (and) chest-thumping", and deliver the promises he made ahead of the Lok Sabha po...