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From the diary of Arvind Kejriwal. Jan 13, 2014 Bharat mata ki jai. Yesterday I met Chetan Bhagat. He’s an IIT Delhi boy. I tried to dodge him but he showed up at the doorstep and started ringing the bell like a vacuum cleaner salesman. He also ended up eating my lunch from my dabba. [...]

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Salman Khan bonded with Narendra Modi by flying kites on Makar Sankranti and also indirectly endorsed the Gujarat CM’s qualifications to lead India after the 2014 General Elections by praising his track record. This has set off a flurry of activity as political parties scramble to get other Khans to endorse their bids:

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The ambitious National Ditch Digging Programme, also known as the National Rural Employment Generation Programme – NREGA, has added another feather to its cap when the astronauts from the International Space Station announced that India’s NREGA ditches are now visible to the naked eye from space. Over two lakh crore rupees have been spent on [...]

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As the battle between BJP and AAP heats up over who will form the next Union Government (is Congress even in the picture?), the scales could decisively swing in either party’s favour if they can get that epitome of sanskaar, that paragon of purity, Shri Alok Nath’s endorsement. Both Narendra Modi and Arvind Kejriwal realized [...]

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Bollywood actor Jackie Shroff found himself at the centre of an adulatory storm earlier in the day, as thousands of congratulatory messages and paeans of gratitude poured in from all over the world, commending the actor for doing a great deal in spreading awareness about polio in the last year. “Jackie has done the unimaginable [...]

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The Aam Aadmi Party’s first “Janata Darbar”, which had drawn considerable hype all along from the mainstream media, attracted criticism for its mismanagement. So chaotic was the situation that Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal had to leave the premises, escorted by police. What prompted the chaos? Was it just an undisciplined crowd or was there [...]

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The Unreal Times has come across the draft version of a 20 point memorandum which the Aam Aadmi Party plans to release as a part of their 2014 general elections manifesto. While the document is still in the draft stage, it is evident that AAP wants to scale up their hugely successful experiments in Delhi. [...]

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Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal’s drive against corruption was dealt a serious blow, when he lost his grey colored muffler in the pandemonium at the Janata Darbar on Saturday. Arvind termed the theft as an insult to a common man struggling against the wrath of the chilling Delhi winter. “Just like Karunanidhi loves his sunglasses and [...]

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Going by mainstream media coverage, it’s crystal clear that AAP will win at least 300 seats in the 2014 General Elections which should enable them to form the government without entering into awkward compromises with you know who. So here is who you can expect to handle different portfolios at the center: Arvind Kejriwal: Since Arvind [...]

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Minutes after Arvind Kejriwal launched the anti corruption helpline, thousands of lakhs of complaints poured in. Meanwhile, as more celebrities join AAP, Kejri and Namo fans continue to battle it out on FB. Here is all the action: (With inputs from Divya Srikanth)

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