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    Free Promises...
    With Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) having registered a stunning victory in the Delhi Assembly elections, the party will now have to hit the ground running to fulfil the promises made in its manifesto. Many of the promises made by the party and its chief minister-designate Arvind Kejriwal are freebies.
  • Exit Poll Sweeper Exit Poll Sweeper An aggregate of four exit polls shows Arvind Kejriwal`s Aam Aadmi Party getting 38 seats in Delhi, enough to form government. The poll of exit polls shows the BJP and its ally Akali Dal getting 29 seats and the Congress left way behind at three seats in the 70-member Delhi assembly.
  • 'Exit' poll 'Exit' poll Arvind Kejriwal-led Aam Aadmi Party is likely to get a clear majority and form the next government in Delhi according to the exit polls conducted by major news organisation. All exit polls are predicting that AAP will easily cross the halfway mark of 35 in the 70-member Delhi Assembly, voting for which took place on Saturday.
  • Delhi ki Mahabharat Delhi ki Mahabharat As campaigning for the Delhi elections ended on Thursday, AAP chief Arvind Kejriwal attacked BJP saying it`s their `religion` to attack others and like Duryodhana of Mahabharat, the entire administrative apparatus was with it while the nascent AAP had God (Krishna) on its side.
  • Shot-gun Misfires Shot-gun Misfires Two days before Delhi votes, the BJP`s Shatrughan Sinha has spoken somewhat off the script and praised his party`s number one rival, Arvind Kejriwal, describing him as a `Good Man` and he said that Dr Harsh Vardhan could have been a better candidate for the Delhi Chief Ministerial post.
  • The Fortune Teller The Fortune Teller With only three days to go for the Delhi polls, a shock wave ran through the saffron camp as its margdarshak, the RSS clearly indicated that the BJP was `not in a comfortable position` and a `rejuvenated` AAP had reclaimed its lost ground.