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Express 5: AAP kickstarts national campaign, West Indies’ new Chanderpaul

We bring you the best five stories of the Indian Express you must read before beginning your day.

Express-5-Feb-24

We bring you the best five stories of the Indian Express you must read before beginning your day

1. Sports: The New Chanderpaul

17-year-old Tagenarine Chanderpaul, son of retired cricketer Shivnarine Chanderpaul, is the mainstay of the West Indies team in the ongoing U-19 World Cup in the UAE. The new Chanderpaul at the crease plays a straight bat

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2. AAP launches national campaign

Launching AAP’s nationwide campaign for the general elections on Sunday, AAP chief Arvind Kejriwal lashed out at not just the Congress and BJP, but also Reliance owner Mukesh Ambani and the media. Kejriwal kicks off campaign taking on Ambani, media, says all bought

3. Former Rajasthan CM Gehlot sidelined

Gehlot has been sulking since the high command sidelined him following the rout in the assembly polls. Gehlot has by and large stayed away from most of the important meetings and poll-related activities including the preparations for the Congress primaries in Bikaner and Jhunjhunu. Gehlot sulking, his defence falls on Pilot

4. Opinion: Loser on the field, winner off it

The BCCI’s powerplay will ensure Team India’s winless streak abroad is snapped — by reducing its yearly away tours. Loser on the field, winner off it

5. How the DoT killed an Indian Facebook

The Facebook buyout of WhatsApp set off the predictable discussions in newsrooms and every where else about when an Indian start up would be able to join the same league. Since it is time to change a government for a new one at the centre, a small story could give us some tips to answer the question. How the DoT killed an Indian Facebook

First published on: 24-02-2014 at 09:30:03 am
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