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Kejriwal leaves to file his nomination, appeals people to pray for AAP victory

New Delhi, Jan 21 (ANI): AAP Chief Arvind Kejriwal on Wednesday left from his home to file nomination papers for the upcoming Delhi Assembly Polls. Kejriwal said that he is happy about the response he got from people during his road show yesterday and further appealed them to pray for AAP victory during Delhi polls. Commenting on Kiran Bedi's paying tribute to Lala Lajpat Rai's statue with BJP's muffler, Kejriwal said that Bedi should not politicize freedom fighters as they do not belong to any specific party but to the entire nation. Jan 21, 2015
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BJP's Jagdish Mukhi offers prayers before filing his nomination papers from Janakpuri constituency

New Delhi, Jan 21 (ANI): BJP leader Jagdish Mukhi on Wednesday offered prayers before filing his nomination papers from Janakpuri constituency of Delhi. Mukhi expressed confidence over his party winning 60 seats in Delhi polls and said that people will surely vote for BJP. He also thanked people for his and party's success. Today is the last day for filing nomination for the Delhi Assembly polls. Scrutiny of nominations papers would be done on January 22 while the last date for withdrawal of candidatures is January 24. Jan 21, 2015
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AAP explains ticket cancellation of its two candidates

New Delhi, Jan 21 (ANI): AAP leader Manish Sisodia on Wednesday explained the party's decision to cancel the ticket of two of its candidates prior to polls in Delhi. Sisodia said that the party had unanimously taken the decision of cancelling tickets of its candidates from Mehrauli and Mundka after some hidden information was revealed. Sisodia also appealed to the people that they should not believe any person who claims to be selling tickets on bribe. Jan 21, 2015
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AAP candidate from Mehrauli alleges corruption after party cancels his ticket

New Delhi, Jan 21 (ANI): AAP has cancelled the ticket of its candidate from Mehrauli, Goverdhan Singh, ahead of polls in Delhi. Singh, on Wednesday, alleged that the party had earlier forced him to contest elections from that seat and now cancelled the ticket to insult his community people. Singh also said that there is prominent corruption in party and tickets are being sold openly for a huge amount of money in the party. He further said that he has been lured by the party to quit his seat with the promise of giving him the post of Chairman once the party wins. Jan 21, 2015
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UP seeks paramilitary forces for Obama's Taj visit

Lucknow/ Agra, Jan 21 (ANI): The northern state of Uttar Pradesh is taking measures to step up vigil ahead of US President Barack Obama's visit to the Taj Mahal later this month. The state has asked for 10 companies of paramilitary forces from the Central government in view of the multi-tier security set up for the high profile visit. The city of Agra is set to become a fortress ahead of Obama's visit on January 27. The Taj Mahal will be closed to visitors on that day. Multi-tier security arrangements are in place for US President's visit. Jan 21, 2015
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Khurshid Mahmud Kasuri, Foreign Minister, Pakistan, Peace, Narendra Modi

New Delhi, Jan 21 (ANI): A court has ordered the government to release blocked funds of Greenpeace India, the environmental group said, months after being accused of running campaigns that were hurting the country’s economy. India's intelligence service in June said Greenpeace and other lobby groups were damaging the country's economy by campaigning against power projects, mining and genetically modified food. While Greenpeace denied the allegations, India asked its central bank to tighten controls on moving funds from abroad into Greenpeace's Indian accounts. Greenpeace said the Indian government had "arbitrarily barred" it from receiving foreign funds from Greenpeace International and Climate Works Foundation in June 2014. The government's move to restrict the movement of funds had raised concerns that Prime Minister Narendra Modi's new government will be tough on foreign-funded activist groups. Jan 21, 2015