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First preference of anti-Cong voter is AAP, not BJP: Sandeep Dikshit
Indian Express

First preference of anti-Cong voter is AAP, not BJP: Sandeep D...

Sandeep Dikshit Summary Dikshit also lost his seat to BJP's Maheish Girri, who had contested Lok Sabha polls for the first time. His party's legislators in Delhi may be engaged in talks with the AAP leaders over government formation in ... Indian Express, 1 month ago

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The Hindu

Maheish trounces Sandeep Dikshit

East Delhi residents voted out two-time Congress MP Sandeep Dikshit and replaced him with BJP candidate and Art of Living leader Maheish Girri, who got 47.82 per cent of the total votes. Mr. Girri, who got 5,72,202 out of the total 11,96,336 ...
 The Hindu2 months ago Nervous Cong gears up to support Didi  Indian Express2 months ago
IBN Live

Many offsprings of political leaders get a thumbs down in elections

Sachin Pilot, Karti Chidambaram, Sandeep Dikshit, Milind Deora, Priya Dutt and Jitin Prasada. Sachin Pilot, son of former Union Minister late Rajesh Pilot, contested from Rajasthan's Ajmer constituency. Sachin, Minister of State (Independent Charge) for ...
 IBN Live2 months ago Many offsprings of politicos get a thumbs down in polls  News Today2 months ago With Modi wave this election, Congress heirs fail to retain their seats  Mid Day2 months ago Political star kids on a losing streak  The Statesman2 months ago
Times of India

Sandeep Dikshit: I'm unlikely to win; Rashid Alvi: Mamata should lead

On the eve of the Lok Sabha election results, Congress leader Rashid Alvi on Wednesday suggested that all regional secular parties should come together and elect West Bengal chief minister Mamata Banerjee as the leader to keep BJP out of power. Admitting that it may be difficult for Congress to form the government, he said, "It may be difficult for us to form the government, but all secular forces should come together to keep Narendra Modi away from power." He suggested that all ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago Sandeep Dikshit says he is 'unlikely to win'; another Cong leader says Mamata should be leader  Times of India2 months ago Curious suggestion Cong leader for Mamata Front  Mumbai Mirror2 months ago

I Am Unlikely to Win, Says Sandeep Dikshit, Admitting Defeat Before Verdict

Narayana Murthy Thanks Bala, Mohandas Pai for 2nd Term at Infosys Indian Mattress Ad Shows Malala Being Shot, Tagline 'Bounce Back' BJP General Secretary Amit Shah Set for Top Post in BCCI Nigeria President Goodluck Jonathan to Visit Kidnapped Girls' Town For ...
 NDTV2 months ago
One India

MPs responsible for their defeat not Rahul: Delhi Congress Chief Lovely

Lovely today said senior leaders Kapil Sibal, Ajay Maken and Sandeep Dikshit as well as other MPs were themselves responsible for their humiliating defeat in the city and not the central leadership. Criticising those who are targeting Rahul Gandhi for ...
 One India1 month ago MPs should take responsibility for their defeat and not blame Rahul Gandhi: Arvinder Singh Lovely  Financial Express1 month ago MPs responsible for their defeat, not Rahul: Lovely  Afternoon Despatch & Courier1 month ago Lovely Asks MPs to Take Responsibility For Defeat, Not Blame Rahul  Outlook India1 month ago

After Meeting PM, Sheila Dikshit No Closer to Quitting as Governor: Sources

Photo Courtesy: @PMO India Kerala Governor Sheila Dikshit meets Prime Minister Narendra Modi New Delhi : Sheila Dikshit, who has so far ignored the government's suggestions to quit as the Governor of Kerala, met the Prime Minister and Home ...
 NDTV2 weeks ago Sheila Dikshit Meets PM, is No Closer to Quitting as Governor: Sources  NDTV2 weeks ago
New Indian Express

Politicians turn governors

Posted On Monday, July 14, 2014 at 03:49:25 AM Acting on a complaint alleging Sheila Dikshit administration misused public funds to the tune of Rs 22.56 crore for an advertisement campaign ahead of the 2008 Delhi assembly elections, the ...
 AhmedabadMirror.com1 week ago Defiant Sheila to Meet President, PM  New Indian Express2 weeks ago In Governors vs Government, Spotlight on Sheila Dikshit  NDTV1 month ago Arvind Kejriwal to vacate government accommodation  DNA India1 month ago
India Today

AAPECLIPSE: How a pioneering party lost the plot

Sandeep Unnithan NA,June 13, 2014| UPDATED11:21 IST Arvind Kejriwal. Photo by Reuben Singh On June 5, Abhishek Shukla, 29, a former IT professional, met Arvind Kejriwal at his Tilak Lane home in central Delhi. In 2011, Shukla had quit his job ...
 India Today1 month ago

Lok Sabha poll results: Harsh Vardhan, Dikshit, Ashutosh, Maken`s fate to be decided today

New Delhi: Counting of votes for Delhi's seven Lok Sabha seats began on Friday. A total of 150 candidates from various political parties contested the polls. Delhi is witnessing a tough fight between Bharatiya Janata Party, Congress and Aam Aadmi ...
 ZeeNews.com2 months ago Lok Sabha poll rsults: Harsh Vardhan, Dikshit, Ashutosh, Maken`s fate to be decided today  ZeeNews.com2 months ago Delhi: Harsh Vardhan, Sibal, Ashutosh, Lekhi, Maken`s fate to be decided today  ZeeNews.com2 months ago Lok Sabha poll results: Heroes and Zeroes  Nagaland Post2 months ago
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