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Delhi Confidential: The Answer

If one wonders how Prime Minister Narendra Modi reacts to articles written on him, a new book on him, which will be released by BJP chief Amit Shah on Monday, has an answer.

Delhi Confidential: Rally Race

Little wonder, then, that Congress president Rahul Gandhi has addressed as many as 82 public meetings and held seven roadshows in the last 60 days.

Delhi Confidential: Out Of Fray

Uma Bharti —- another BJP leader from Madhya Pradesh who won the 2014 Lok Sabha election from Jhansi in Uttar Pradesh —- did not make the announcement in the middle of the campaign but waited for voting in Madhya Pradesh to be over.

Delhi Confidential: Post-Retirement Plans

Justice Kurian Joseph has already decided to take up arbitration, mediation, mediated arbitration and conciliated arbitration after retirement.

Delhi confidential: Picture-Perfect Shot

The picture was for the book, which is a collection of rare shots of the apex court and high courts across the country.

Delhi Confidential: Socialism vs Capitalism

"This shows how to use capitalism for socialism’s benefit," CPI(M) general secretary Sitaram Yechury said on Jack Ma, China’s richest man becoming a member of the Communist Party of China.

Delhi Confidential: Children’s edition

Maneka Gandhi's soon-to-be-released children’s book, There’s a Monster Under my Bed, is dedicated to her four-year-old granddaughter.

Delhi Confidential: Strategic Game

Although the party has relied on PM Narendra Modi’s image and cited his achievements at rallies in these states, some BJP leaders point out that the party has not “exposed” the PM too much this time.

Delhi Confidential: Quip Master

National Conference (NC) leader Farooq Abdullah stole the show with his wit and politically loaded remarks at the launch of Congress leader Manish Tewari’s new book ‘Fables of Fractured Times’.

Delhi Confidential: Sticking To Marathi

When Uddhav Thackeray arrived in Ayodhya on Saturday on a two-day tour from Maharashtra, he and his aides had to speak Marathi to send across their message.

Delhi Confidential: No Connection

In a reminder that he was a professor of Physics before entering the political arena, veteran BJP leader Murli Manohar Joshi’s 50-minute keynote address at an event on Friday was marked with names of many prominent scientists.

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