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Delhi Confidential: Rally Row

According to a section of leaders, Sonia learnt at the last minute that there were corruption cases against party candidate Dan Singh Rao and his son and local leaders advised her to stay away.

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Having finished third in the by-elections to Jind Assembly seat in January this year, Surjewala, it seems, is not inclined to take any chances. Once bitten, twice shy, as they say.

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Delhi Confidential: Going Green

Union Road Transport and Highways Minister Nitin Gadkari has suggested that indigenous products be used instead — such as locally produced clay tumblers and plates.

Delhi Confidential: Quote, ‘Misquote’

After Minister of State for Health Aswini Choubey’s reported remark that the AYUSH Ministry is working with cow urine to prepare medicines and to cure cancer, his office issued a clarification saying that he had been misquoted because of language issues.

Delhi Confidential: No Easing

Sitharaman, however, did not agree to easing the restrictions. She jokingly asked senior PIB officials if they had allowed her to be “gheraoed” because she asked for a press conference at short notice.

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.

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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.

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.

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