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Sheila Dikshit stood by me in my darkest years: Sonia Gandhi

“The meeting was ongoing when reports of issues surround J&K arrived and therefore the meeting has been stopped. The government needs to tell the people what is happening in the state with complete transparency," Rahul said.

The Urdu Press: Debating talaq

Rozanama Rashtriya Sahara on July 26 compared the 1980s to now, when the “then Congress government led by Rajiv Gandhi had tried to interfere in Muslim personal law”

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Sheila Dikshit: Infrastructure with inclusion

That’s the image Sheila Dikshit built nationally for Delhi.

Journey in politics: Sheila, in her own words: CWG to December 16

The end of her CM-ship was marred by another controversy, CWG 2010 — from alleged irregularities to pitiable condition of the Games Village. Before the Games began, Dikshit “spent over six hours daily at the Village”.

A politician above politics

Sheila Dikshit was a person of many colours and contrasts.

After Sheila Dikshit's demise — Vacuum of leadership, long road ahead for Congress

A senior Congress leader said, “Though we lost the Lok Sabha elections, the fact that we were ahead of AAP in most seats was some consolation for us. It showed people still had confidence in Sheila ji. We now need a leader like her who can take everyone along.”

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Common man to top leaders come out for Sheila Dikshit's final journey

Among those standing outside her house was 43-year-old Raj Kishan Singh. Carrying a packet of rose petals in his hand, Singh came to bid adieu to Dikshit who, according to him, was “the most helpful politician” he ever saw.

Delhi’s leader

Sheila Dikshit had a clear-eyed vision of urban governance and a persuasive politics to implement it.

Former Delhi CM Sheila Dikshit cremated with full state honours

On Saturday, leaders across party lines paid their tribute to Dikshit, remembering her contribution in shaping the capital city.

Akshay Kumar, Bhumi Pednekar and others mourn Sheila Dikshit's demise

Akshay Kumar, Raveena Tandon, Bhumi Pednekar, Richa Chadha, Nimrat Kaur and Deepak Dobriyal among others mourned Sheila Dikshit's death.

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Congress warhorse Sheila Dikshit, credited for transforming Delhi, passes away

Former Delhi chief minister and Congress leader Sheila Dikshit passed away at a private hospital in Delhi on Saturday.

Calm after storm: Delhi women candidates unwind after hectic campaign

After being soaked in hectic election campaigns and rallies for Delhi Lok Sabha polls, the women candidates unwinded in varied ways like running daily errands, spending time with family or reading their favourite book.

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Najeeb Jung, Sheila Dikshit attend Kejriwal's Iftar party

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal hosted a Iftar party where he and Lieutenant Governor Najeeb Jung hugged and shake hands.

Arvind Kejriwal as CM, Modi's radio address: Pictures that made headlines in 2014

Arvind Kejriwal was the chief minister of Delhi for 49 days and Narendra Modi swept to power at the Centre after a decisive mandate.

Pranab Mukherjee offers prayers at Padmanabhaswamy temple

Pranab Mukherjee offered prayers at Padmanabhaswamy temple in Thiruvananthapuram on Saturday.

Zohra Sehgal cremated in Delhi

Family and friends bid farewell to veteran actress Zohra Sehgal, who was cremated in New Delhi on Friday (July 11).

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Govt. hospitals to provide free medical test from Feb. 1: Kejriwal

New Delhi, Jan 17 (ANI): Inaugurating the six-lane elevated road from Mangolpuri to Madhuban Chowk, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Sunday said that all government hospitals in Delhi will provide free medicines and medical tests from February 1. Kejriwal further informed that the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) has saved Rs 350 crore in last two to three months from the construction of elevated roads. He also thanked former chief minister Sheila Dikshit for giving a green signal to these projects and further praised PWD engineers for saving such huge amount of money.

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