India Against Corruption (IAC) leader Arvind Kejriwal was defiant Monday after Delhi Chief Minister Shiela Dikshit sent him a legal notice for allegedly "defaming" her.
Staging a protest outside a BSES office here, he said: "You can send me as many notices as possible. We are not scared."
Kejriwal added that it was not he but her own actions that were defaming her. "Yes, we are defaming her, actually no... It is her actions which are defaming her," he said.
"I would like to tell her (Dikshit) that 'we will be defaming you as long as you and your government keep working against the people. We are not scared of any legal notice'."
While denouncing inflated power and water bills, the activist has alleged collusion between the government and discoms in the capital to increase tariffs and help private companies earn more.
India faces a spectrum of security challenges and there is need for reorientation of the country's strategic thinking Prime Minister Manmohan Singh said.
As the UPA II completes four years and is set to release its report card at its celebration dinner, the BJP has questioned what the celebration is for.
On the fourth anniversary of UPA-II, opinion polls have not brought any cheer to the government.
Distancing himself from the UPA's falling fortunes, Samajwadi Party Chief Mulayam Singh Yadav may skip the dinner which PM Manmohan Singh will host.
The UPA government was involved in all the recently unearthed scams, and the involvement of some of its ministers in the IPL spot fixing would emerge, Janata Party leader Subramanian Swamy said
India and China held very "specific" discussions without "shying away from anything", External Affairs Minister Salman Khurshid said here Tuesday.
Chinese Premier Li Keqiang has termed his India visit as "successful", saying he "felt at home" during talks with his counterpart Manmohan Singh.