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Delhi Confidential: Lot On The Plate

The Congress had stitched together a coalition comprising JMM, JVM(P) and RJD for the General Election, but all is not said to be well now.

Delhi Confidential: Voice Within

Punjab Congress chief Sunil Jakhar asked the party leaders to replace Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury as the Congress leader in Lok Sabha with Shashi Tharoor.

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Delhi confidential: Courtroom Rush

The open court, which is supposed to allow the public to witness its proceedings, is often overcrowded and difficult to manage.

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Naidu referred to the need for inner peace and tranquil minds to face various challenges that flow from mechanical lifestyle and work pressures that are making lives stressful.

Delhi Confidential: No Hindi, Please

When the RTI amendment Bill was taken up for discussion, Vaiko and a couple of other members led the slogan-shouting.

Delhi confidential: Lunch or Speech?

As the speech had eaten well into lunch time, Naidu told the member, who was trying to make a point while Sitharaman was speaking, that nothing of what he was saying was going on record anyway, so why was he “wasting energy”.

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Delhi Confidential: Settling In

At one point, when Ajay Kumar Mishra, BJP MP from Lakhimpur Kheri, was taking his time to ask a question, Birla asked him to hurry up.

Delhi Confidential: Son's Turn

The order of oath-taking — first the ministers and then Members elected from states and Union Territories in alphabetical order — left no scope for a short-cut.

Delhi Confidential: Grand welcome

RPI(A) leader Ramdas Athawale, who took charge as Minister of State for Social Justice and Empowerment Monday, is set to be to be welcomed by the Maharashtra unit of his party with great pomp.

Delhi Confidential: Somewhat Solitary

There has not been any spontaneous outpouring of emotions now that Rahul Gandhi has indicated that he does not want to continue as Congress president. One gets to hear that even the solidarity gathering outside his residence today had to be organised.

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