Zia ul Huq might have changed the psyche of Pakistan forever. No one can change the psyche of India. India was and will always remain a tolerant, secular state and I have ample proof of that in Delhi, writes actor Parikshat Sahni.
Speaking from the stage at the Ramlila Maidan, the venue for a grand oath-taking ceremony, Kejriwal said the people of Delhi, by voting for AAP, had changed Indian politics by giving precedence to 'politics of work'.
The poster has references to 2001 Hindi political thriller 'Nayak', a remake of Tamil film Mudhalvan (1999) in which Kapoor plays a reporter, who becomes chief minister of Maharashtra for a day and strives to eliminate corruption.
Addressing a press conference in Patna, Gautam Gambhir made light of references to the BJP performing relatively better in Assembly segments falling under his East Delhi Lok Sabha constituency, stressing on "collective responsibility" for the party's successes and failures
The former President of BJP also said that slogans such as 'goli maaro...' and comments like 'India-Pakistan match' shouldn't have been made, adding the party was quick to distance itself from such remarks.