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Must Reads: Warrant against Giriraj Singh, exclusive interview with Akhilesh yadav and more

Wednesday, 23 April 2014 - 12:51pm IST | Agency: DNA Webdesk

#1 You must have a larger heart than a 56 inch chest: Akhilesh Yadav on Narendra Modi 
Reeling from the aftermath of the Muzzafarnagar riots and accusations of misgovernance in Uttar Pradesh, Akhilesh Yadav has been a beleaguered chief minister. Predictibly, rather than focus on development or issues of governance, he and the Samajwadi Party have been increasingly focusing on the issues of polarisation and "secularism". In the interview that follows, he makes a point on how "giving laptops to all post-class12 students is a scheme that is the most secular and youth empowering one across India".

#2 Arvind Kejriwal slams Narendra Modi, Rahul Gandhi for their "helicopter democracy" 
Pitching his 'aam-aadmi' credentials, Arvind Kejriwal today hit out at Narendra Modi and Rahul Gandhi for their "helicopter democracy" while projecting himself as an "honest" alternative​

#3 10 things Rahul Gandhi said in his latest television interview 
In an exclusive interview to a television channel, Congress Vice-President Rahul Gandhi on Tuesday attacked Bharatiya Janata Party's Prime Miniterial nominee Narendra Modi for giving land to Adani Group in Gujarat at throwaway prices. He had targeted Modi in an earlier interview with Aaj Tak calling it the war of ideologies​.

#4 Does the Shazia Ilmi video expose Aam Aadmi Party's plan to communalise politics for votes?​ 
The Aam Aadmi Party Candidate Shazia Ilmi has a tendency to trip up just at the wrong time. Ahead of the Delhi Assembly election in November last year, she was caught on tape accepting funds for her party without issuing the receipt to the donor. Delhi was about to go to the polls when this sting operation surfaced.

#5 Warrants issued against Giriraj Singh 
Arrest warrants were today issued by a local court against former Bihar minister and BJP leader Giriraj Singh for his inflammatory speech during a poll meet in the district.​

 

 


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