Explained: How Kejriwal's campaign affects Congress, BJP

Explained: How Kejriwal's campaign affects Congress, BJP

New Delhi : India | Oct 17, 2012 at 5:59 AM PDT
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Arvind Kejriwal and India [ Images ] Against Corruption have shown India that 'having power' is not really 'being powerful', says Sheela Bhatt W hat a mess!...Arvind Kejriwal has struck fear in the heart of the political establishment...Neither can the media suppress what Kejriwal is saying nor can... FULL ARTICLE AT Rediff
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Arvind Kejriwal said his political party would "derive lessons from Mahatma Gandhi's teachings"
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