Kamal Haasan to Meet Arvind Kejriwal for Lunch Today, Politics on Menu
Kamal Haasan to Meet Arvind Kejriwal for Lunch Today, Politics on Menu

New Delhi: Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal will meet Kamal Haasan in Chennai on Thursday and the two will have 'political discussions', a member of the Aam Aadmi Party said on Wednesday, amid indications the veteran actor may join politics soon.Haasan has been very active politically of late, often times levying corruption charges against the state government. 

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AIADMK LIVE: HC Disallows Trust Vote Till Decision on TTV Camp Petition
AIADMK LIVE: HC Disallows Trust Vote Till Decision on TTV Camp Petition

The Madras High Court on Wednesday said that there can't be a trust vote in the Tamil Nadu Assembly till the court disposes of the case. The HC was hearing a plea by the 18 MLAs from TTV Dinakaran camp who have been disqualified by the Tamil Nadu Assembly Speaker P Dhanapal. The Speaker disqualified the legislators under the Anti-Defection Act for withdrawing their support to the EPS government.

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Former Congress Leader Shankersinh Vaghela Aligns With Jan Vikalp for Gujarat Election
Former Congress Leader Shankersinh Vaghela Aligns With Jan Vikalp for Gujarat Election

Ahmedabad: Former Gujarat chief minister Shankersinh Vaghela, who recently quit the Congress party, has lent his support to Jan Vikalp, a front projecting itself as an alternative to the BJP and Congress.Interestingly, the coordinators of the Jan Vikalp are all supporters of Shankarsinh Vaghela.Vaghela will visit the Ambaji temple and a few other temples on September 21.

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Why Nitish Kumar Should Worry About the BJP-backed Kurmi Rally
Why Nitish Kumar Should Worry About the BJP-backed Kurmi Rally

Apart from a Padyatra, that was called off due to the floods, the party is mulling a Kurmi rally with Rajeev Ranjan, who was once very close to Nitish Kumar, but soon changed ranks and joined the BJP due to differences in opinion.Nitish Kumar is considered a champion of the Kurmi community, that is traditionally associated with the Koeries, and are termed as Luv-Kush, the twin sons of Lord Rama.

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Demonetisation: Sena Asks Govt to Stop Using Chloroform on People
Demonetisation: Sena Asks Govt to Stop Using Chloroform on People

'Even if one agrees that the government has the right to keep an eye or conduct an inquiry, what will be the result of such inquiries? The move is only aimed at leaving a sword hanging over government employees,' an editorial in Sena mouthpiece 'Saamana' said.Instead of 'using chloroform' on people and diverting their attention, the government should focus on the basic questions, the Sena said.

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