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With yet another win in the Delhi Assembly Elections, Arvind Kejriwal scored a hattrick and proved that his idea of politics is getting full marks from the residents of Delhi.India NewsDelhi Election 2020: BJP gains after slow start, AAP well ahead of majority mark
Arvind Kejriwal's Aam Aadmi Party took a massive lead against their closest opponent Bharatiya Janata Party as the counting of votes began on Tuesday. While AAP raced far ahead of the majority mark, BJP was close to 20 mark in the 70 member Assembly.India NewsShaheen Bagh Protest: 'No irrelevant pleas to be entertained in Supreme Court'
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Supreme Court on Monday said that anti-CAA protesters at the Shaheen Bagh cannot block roads and create inconvenience for others.India NewsAll eyes on Delhi Election Results, It's BJP vs AAP this time
Only a few hours are left when we all will know who has won the Delhi election and will be ruling the national capital for next five years. Chances are that Aam Aadmi Party may make a comeback with a majority seats but then BJP is also likely to give a tough competition to the ruling government with their poll campaign focused on Shaheen Bagh protests.India NewsDelhi Assembly Election 2020: Date and time for live results
On February 8, voters in Delhi exercised their voting rights for the selection of new government and the results for the same will be announced on Tuesday (February 11).PoliticsMNS takes out massive march, vows to give befitting reply to anti-CAA rallies
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Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Sunday expressed shock over the fact that the Election Commission has not yet announced the total voter turnout for the Assembly Elections held in the national capital one day ago.India NewsFive more coronavirus suspects admitted to Gandhi hospital in Hyderabad
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