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India Today Editor-in-Chief on how Kejriwal is running his own silent crusade

On September 21, at the New Delhi edition of India Today Mind Rocks Youth Summit 2013, it was fascinating to watch how the young men and women of the city responded to the inimitable Arvind Kejriwal. On a day when they had the opportunity to rub shoulders with pan-India stars such as actor Farhan Akhtar, cricketer Virat Kohli and tennis player Leander Paes, the chief of the Aam Aadmi Party emerged as a demi-god in his own right. After according him a rockstar welcome, the crowd cheered at every inflection of his interactive townhouse-style speech, making so much noise that the voices of his co-panelists, Congress MP Deepender Hooda and BJP spokesman Sanjay Kaul, were simply drowned out.



 

Nine out of ten people want to vote for AAP, says Kejriwal

New Delhi, October 17, 2013 | UPDATED 16:01 IST

India Today

Arvind Kejriwal says he has more than a whiff of imminent success. On the campaign trail along Delhi's impossibly traffic-jammed roads, the Aam Aadmi Party's chief ministerial candidate is already talking about his plans to redefine democracy in India's capital. Here are excerpts from an interview with Associate Editor Asit Jolly.

NRIs across world adopt constituencies for AAP

NEW DELHI: Sitting in their homes in Seattle, USA, a group of over a hundred Indians are working day and night to help Aam Admi Party's (AAP) Karawal Nagar constituency candidate Kapil Mishra dislodge sitting BJP MLA Mohan Singh Bisht in the assembly elections. AAP's Seattle chapter has adopted this constituency as part of the party's 'Adopt a Constituency' initiative. Read More

Delhi HC Chief Justice recuses from hearing plea against AAP

New Delhi: Delhi High Court Chief Justice N V Ramana and Justice Manmohan on Wednesday recused themselves from hearing a PIL seeking lodging of a criminal case against Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) national convener Arvind Kejriwal and some of its members for allegedly receiving foreign funds in violation of law. Read More

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