Advertisement

HindustanTimes Wed,09 Apr 2014
DELHI | MP | RAJASTHAN | MIZORAM | CHHATTISGARH
  Modi gets women's phones tapped, will do anything to be PM: Rahul makes direct attack |Haryana: Dynasties on the line in four-cornered contest |Maharashtra: Gadkari has the advantage in Nagpur |MP: BJP banks on Modi, Chouhan's popularity |UP: First off the blocks, riot-hit western region |Delhi: AAP upbeat, BJP cautious in Capital fight |60% polling in Nagaland, Cong candidate abducted in Arunachal |First big fight: 91 Lok Sabha seats go to polls in third phase |Amit Shah moves HC against FIRs on hate speeches |Told crowd to avenge injustice by casting ballots, didn't speak of revenge: Amit ShahModi gets women's phones tapped, will do anything to be PM: Rahul makes direct attack |Haryana: Dynasties on the line in four-cornered contest |Maharashtra: Gadkari has the advantage in Nagpur |MP: BJP banks on Modi, Chouhan's popularity |UP: First off the blocks, riot-hit western region |Delhi: AAP upbeat, BJP cautious in Capital fight |60% polling in Nagaland, Cong candidate abducted in Arunachal |First big fight: 91 Lok Sabha seats go to polls in third phase |Amit Shah moves HC against FIRs on hate speeches |Told crowd to avenge injustice by casting ballots, didn't speak of revenge: Amit ShahModi gets women's phones tapped, will do anything to be PM: Rahul makes direct attack |Haryana: Dynasties on the line in four-cornered contest |Maharashtra: Gadkari has the advantage in Nagpur |MP: BJP banks on Modi, Chouhan's popularity |UP: First off the blocks, riot-hit western region |Delhi: AAP upbeat, BJP cautious in Capital fight |60% polling in Nagaland, Cong candidate abducted in Arunachal |First big fight: 91 Lok Sabha seats go to polls in third phase |Amit Shah moves HC against FIRs on hate speeches |Told crowd to avenge injustice by casting ballots, didn't speak of revenge: Amit ShahModi gets women's phones tapped, will do anything to be PM: Rahul makes direct attack |Haryana: Dynasties on the line in four-cornered contest |Maharashtra: Gadkari has the advantage in Nagpur |MP: BJP banks on Modi, Chouhan's popularity |UP: First off the blocks, riot-hit western region |Delhi: AAP upbeat, BJP cautious in Capital fight |60% polling in Nagaland, Cong candidate abducted in Arunachal |First big fight: 91 Lok Sabha seats go to polls in third phase |Amit Shah moves HC against FIRs on hate speeches |Told crowd to avenge injustice by casting ballots, didn't speak of revenge: Amit ShahModi gets women's phones tapped, will do anything to be PM: Rahul makes direct attack |Haryana: Dynasties on the line in four-cornered contest |Maharashtra: Gadkari has the advantage in Nagpur |MP: BJP banks on Modi, Chouhan's popularity |UP: First off the blocks, riot-hit western region |Delhi: AAP upbeat, BJP cautious in Capital fight |60% polling in Nagaland, Cong candidate abducted in Arunachal |First big fight: 91 Lok Sabha seats go to polls in third phase |Amit Shah moves HC against FIRs on hate speeches |Told crowd to avenge injustice by casting ballots, didn't speak of revenge: Amit Shah

Kejriwal seeks continued support from alma mater

Nivedita Khandekar, Hindustan Times  New Delhi, December 28, 2013
First Published: 00:50 IST(28/12/2013) | Last Updated: 00:52 IST(28/12/2013)

Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leader Arvind Kejriwal has sought "continued support" from the alumnus of his alma mater Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur (IIT-KGP) for his party’s march ahead of the Lok Sabha polls in 2014.

Advertisement

Kejriwal has been writing mails to the IIT-KGP alumni cell. Writing a mail to all "fellow KGP graduates", Kejriwal reminded them how he had reached out to them when the AAP began its "maiden campaign to contest Delhi elections."

"I am happy to report that we are now well on our way to forming the government in Delhi. We feel deeply humbled and at the same time excited by the opportunity to implement the plans outlined in our party manifesto for the state of Delhi," he wrote.

Advertisement
Copyright © 2014 HT Media Limited. All Rights Reserved