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  Prime Minister Modi breaks bread, barriers over dinner |Modi, Sharif move the needle on talks: Pak PM's visit raises hopes of a thaw in ties |Rehab plan for Pak refugees high on Narendra Modi's agenda |Narendra Modi to unveil top 10 policy priorities, says aide |It’s clear, Modi will have last word on policy issues |Geete takes charge as heavy industries minister |Modi starts term as India's 15th Prime Minister |NaMo ditches Modi kurta, turns formal |Modi cabinet: 17 ministries clubbed under 7 ministers |Finance Minister Jaitley targets growth revivalPrime Minister Modi breaks bread, barriers over dinner |Modi, Sharif move the needle on talks: Pak PM's visit raises hopes of a thaw in ties |Rehab plan for Pak refugees high on Narendra Modi's agenda |Narendra Modi to unveil top 10 policy priorities, says aide |It’s clear, Modi will have last word on policy issues |Geete takes charge as heavy industries minister |Modi starts term as India's 15th Prime Minister |NaMo ditches Modi kurta, turns formal |Modi cabinet: 17 ministries clubbed under 7 ministers |Finance Minister Jaitley targets growth revivalPrime Minister Modi breaks bread, barriers over dinner |Modi, Sharif move the needle on talks: Pak PM's visit raises hopes of a thaw in ties |Rehab plan for Pak refugees high on Narendra Modi's agenda |Narendra Modi to unveil top 10 policy priorities, says aide |It’s clear, Modi will have last word on policy issues |Geete takes charge as heavy industries minister |Modi starts term as India's 15th Prime Minister |NaMo ditches Modi kurta, turns formal |Modi cabinet: 17 ministries clubbed under 7 ministers |Finance Minister Jaitley targets growth revivalPrime Minister Modi breaks bread, barriers over dinner |Modi, Sharif move the needle on talks: Pak PM's visit raises hopes of a thaw in ties |Rehab plan for Pak refugees high on Narendra Modi's agenda |Narendra Modi to unveil top 10 policy priorities, says aide |It’s clear, Modi will have last word on policy issues |Geete takes charge as heavy industries minister |Modi starts term as India's 15th Prime Minister |NaMo ditches Modi kurta, turns formal |Modi cabinet: 17 ministries clubbed under 7 ministers |Finance Minister Jaitley targets growth revivalPrime Minister Modi breaks bread, barriers over dinner |Modi, Sharif move the needle on talks: Pak PM's visit raises hopes of a thaw in ties |Rehab plan for Pak refugees high on Narendra Modi's agenda |Narendra Modi to unveil top 10 policy priorities, says aide |It’s clear, Modi will have last word on policy issues |Geete takes charge as heavy industries minister |Modi starts term as India's 15th Prime Minister |NaMo ditches Modi kurta, turns formal |Modi cabinet: 17 ministries clubbed under 7 ministers |Finance Minister Jaitley targets growth revival

Kejriwal govt takes charge of Delhi, has 70-point agenda to fulfill

The new AAP government will focus on curbing corruption, controlling price rise, and providing uninterrupted power and water.

Delhi CM Kejriwal says 'fever gone', first day in office

Down with fever since last five days, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said that he was feeling better as he prepared for his first day in office on Monday.

Protest outside Kejriwal's house over jhuggi demolition

A group of people on Sunday staged a demonstration in front of Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal's Kaushambi house over demolition of few jhuggis in Shahdara area on Saturday.

Arvind Kejriwal sworn in, promises statehood, corruption-free Delhi

Arvind Kejriwal took oath as Delhi’s common man chief minister in front of a sellout Ramlila Maidan crowd Saturday, promising statehood, an end to corruption and VIP culture, and the security of people of all faiths in the next five years that he would devote solely to the city.

Saturday sizzler: Song, dance, AAP cola and a blockbuster show

Delite Cinema, one of central Delhi’s oldest movie theatres, is usually a packed house every weekend. But this was not a usual Saturday.

Why Arvind Kejriwal's Feb 14 speech was familiar yet different

Arvind Kejriwal does not have to drum up his USP of anti-graft stand and cheap 'bijli-paani (electricty and water)' anymore. For that's the brand of politics that has become a huge hit with Delhiites. The only thing he has to prove this time is: the AAP can indeed deliver on its promises.

Top ten quotes from Delhi CM Kejriwal's speech at Ramlila Maidan

Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal's speech at the Ramlila Maidan on Saturday was much mellower than the one he made in December 2013. He reached out to his political rivals, renewed his promise to fight corruption and constantly reminded his workers not to succumb to arrogance.

Kejriwal warns against arrogance, promises corruption-free Delhi

AAP leader Arvind Kejriwal on Saturday took oath as the eighth chief minister of Delhi at the Ramlila Ground, exactly a year after he quit from the post on the lokpal issue. After taking oath, Kejriwal addressed a massive crowd, unveiling the priorities of his government. "We will try to make Delhi the first corruption-free city in the country," he said.

Arvind Kejriwal arrives at packed Ramlila Maidan to be sworn in as Delhi chief minister

Arvind Kejriwal is all set to be sworn in as Delhi chief minister for the second time on Saturday, after the Aam Aadmi Party won one of the biggest election victories the capital has ever seen. The 46-year-old former civil servant's AAP won all but three of the 70 seats in assembly election after pledges to tackle entrenched corruption and lower utility bills won over legions of working-class voters willing to give him another chance.

Arvind Kejriwal's team then and now: With power came more controversies

The Aam Aadmi Party chief and Delhi's chief minister-designate Arvind Kejriwal along with six other ministers will take oath for the second time on Saturday.

Arvind Kejriwal all set to take oath as Delhi CM; to keep home and finance

President Pranab Mukherjee on Friday night appointed Arvind Kejriwal as chief minister of Delhi along with six cabinet ministers.

AAP promises focus on women issues but puts up an all-male cabinet

All six women candidates fielded by the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) won this election but none could get a ministerial berth, especially at a time when the spotlight is on the security and welfare of women in Delhi.

Ailing Kejriwal cancels roadshow

Arvind Kejriwal will travel by car to Ramlila Maidan on Saturday to take oath as chief minister instead of being part of a roadshow planned from his house in Ghaziabad to the central Delhi venue because of poor health.

With Manish Sisodia as deputy CM, Kejriwal can look beyond Delhi

Manish Sisodia will on Saturday become Delhi’s first deputy chief minister, a move that will let his boss Arvind Kejriwal rule the Capital and also strengthen the party nationally by drawing on the massive mandate.

Congress’ good show in three seats saved BJP its blushes

Even though Bharatiya Janata Party analysts are blaming the shift of the entire Congress votebank to the AAP for the unprecedented drubbing, it was the Congress in fact that saved the party from scoring a duck.
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RSS admits to 'cut-throat' AAP-BJP fight in Delhi

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