Delhi Confidential

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Delhi Confidential

In a letter to bureau chiefs of all media houses, the SP requested them to not call any of the party’s nominated panelists for discussions on TV channels or to express the party’s point of view.

Delhi confidential: Practical tip

The Trinamool Congress thought of approaching the Supreme Court against the poll panel decision. The party approached Abhishek Singhvi urging him to challenge the decision.

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Delhi confidential: Sticky Wicket

So Gautam Gambhir, BJP candidate from East Delhi, is seeking votes in the name of the Narendra Modi government’s schemes. However, the handbills or fliers being circulated in homes to seek support for him do not have a picture of the state BJP chief.

Delhi confidential: Battleground Amethi

Congress party has virtually made Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel and the state’s Home Minister, Tamradhwaj Sahu, camp in Amethi.

Delhi Confidential: Eyes On Outcome

Vasan’s hope will, however, depend much on the outcome of the results of both Lok Sabha elections and the bypolls in 22 Assembly seats.

Delhi Confidential: Poll call

The Congress high command is learnt to be keen on having Delhi Congress chief Sheila Dikshit contest the polls — from East Delhi constituency. Dikshit is said to be reluctant.

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Delhi Confidential: Waiting In Wings?

Meanwhile, the Congress in Kerala is still awaiting Rahul’s decision on whether he will contest from Wayanad. This has meant the party is also not announcing the candidature of K Muraleedharan from Vadakara, leaving him hamstrung. Muraleedharan was earlier keen on contesting from Wayanad.

Delhi confidential: Star Power

Shatrughan Sinha is not the lone Bollywood star the Congress is planning to bring in. The party is also in talks with Urmila Matondkar and is learnt to have offered a seat to her in Mumbai.

Delhi Confidential: The Rampur Buzz

BJP PRESIDENT Amit Shah was late at the Vijay Sankalp Sabha in Agra on Sunday by more than 90 minutes.

Delhi Confidential: Going Or Staying?

On Friday, Prasada did not try to quell the speculation either while speaking with the media — he did not clear the air and say outright that he is not joining the BJP.

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