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AAP to replace three candidates in UP Updated on : 31-03-2014 05:14 PM Problems for AAP in Uttar Pradesh do not seem to end as it has now decided to replace at least three candidates in the state owing to different reasons.  “We are planning to change the candidates in 2-3 constituencies which include Farrukhabad and Etah,” said party spokesperson Deep Bajpai. “This is being done because of different reasons ranging from lack of interest shown in campaigning by the individual to some of them not meeting the guidelines set by the party.  We will put up strong candidates by replacing them,” he said.  The party had announced candidature of scribe Mukul Tripathi in Farrukhabad to take on Union Minister Salman Khurshid in its first list of candidates. He will now be replaced. The party had given ticket to Dilip Yadav from Etah and he will also be replaced.  In UP alone, Khalid Parvez was asked not to contest from Moradabad after a case of defaulting cropped up.  Similarly, the party also r…

Cong is mature in horse trading and defections for running govts

From: AAPMaharashtra News <News@AAPMaharashtra.org> Mon, 31 Mar ’14 4:47pTo: Preeti Sharma Menon <preetisharmamenon@gmail.com>Show full Headers The Congress President Mrs Sonia Gandhi’s comments on the resignation of the Aam Aadmi Party government in Delhi is an unsuccessful attempt to hide her own party’s open alliance with the BJP on February 14 in the state assembly, which led to the defeat of the Janlokpal bill. Mrs Gandhi, in a desperate bid to deflect attention from the growing public anger against a series of corruption scams of the Congress-led UPA’s central government and its wrong policies, chose to harp on her party’s specialisation of running a government at all costs, whether through horse trading or defection of MPs/MLAs. The Aam Aadmi Party would like to make it clear that it will not compromise on its core principle of eradicating corruption from the country. It was on this promise that the people of Delhi had given 28 seats to the AAP in the assembly elec…
BJP and Congress campaign in its crescendo By sagarmedia on March 31, 2014| Edit  BJP and Congress addressing election rallies on Monday as Narendra Modi holds rally in Arunachal and Assam while Sonia Gandhi addresses rally in Mewat and Rahul Gandhi too addressed rally in Odisha and Chhattisgarh reached its crescendo with multiple verbal  attacks   each scoring point of nationalism, welfare for the people,taking dig onto each other past and other parties leaders too join in this historical electorate battle of one of the biggest democracy to exercise their voting rights, Congress president Sonia Gandhi on Monday said this election is not just about development and her party is fighting for safeguarding the secular values enshrined in the Constitution.”This election is not only about the development of country. This election is to safeguard the constitutional framework which our freedom fighters, our forefathers have bestowed on us after much struggle and sufferings”. “This Constituti…
India and the World – an Update A bi-weekly News Digest on India’s Foreign Policy30032014The emergence of India as a strong economic power is receiving widespread recognition in the region and beyond. Today, it has expanded its footprints and engagement in multiple fields across all continents. Accordingly, India’s foreign policy and international conducts should reflect upon its new global stature. In this backdrop, Ananta Aspen Centre is pleased to launch a new initiative — a bi-weekly digest of all the major news related to India’s Foreign Policy. Our sincere effort is to keep you informed and updated on all the major international developments that have implications on India’s foreign policy. Hope you will benefit from the initiative. We value your feedback, comments and recommendations.   India and the World – an Update

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