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How can the rest of Delhi, in which Delhiites elect their own government, be kept subservient to the Centre?
The university official said if the government wants to give Goel supports reservation in DU colleges for Delhiites Demand for reservation in DU is unjust.
Besides, an impression built up that the AAP represents the aam janata and shall strive to solve the common day to day problems of the Delhiites could be another reason for the resounding electoral gains in the Delhi polls.
The voters, accustomed to politicians lying and cheating but unaccustomed to politicians apologising, came to Kejriwal's rescue and decided to give him not none more chance but a strong popular mandate for full term with over 70% of Delhiites voting the AAP, so that Congress and BJP can do nothing even jointly to destabilize Kejriwal government for 5 full years.
This kind of crowd is a testimony to the fact that Delhiites are ready to extend their love for sports beyond cricket.
P leaders Kumar Vishwas, Sanjay Singh and Manish Sisodia followed the vehicles as they headed towards the chief minister's residence to deliver the Delhiites' letters.
The event also provided an opportunity to 50 Delhiites to meet and greet the Delhi Daredevil team.
New Delhi, April 28 -- Giving no relief to Delhiites, the mercury climbed to 42.8 degrees Celsius on Tuesday in the national Capital.
Summary: New Delhi [India], July 5 (ANI): After weeks of scorching heat and humidity, Delhiites received much-needed respite as rains lashed several parts of the national capital on Friday.
New Delhi: As many as 163 Delhiites featured in the Barclays Hurun India Rich List 2018 and their cumulative wealth stood at a whopping Rs 6,78,400 crore, a report said Tuesday.
ON THE hottest day of the season, Delhiites were caught in major traffic chaos as scores of taxi drivers staged protests against the Supreme Court decision to ban cabs operating on diesel and petrol.
Delhiites found Arvind Kejriwal an icon of transparency rather than an idol of vain glory.
New Delhi: Delhiites continued to reel under hot and humid conditions today with the maximum temperature expected to settle at 37 degrees Celsius.
The activist-turned-politician would appeal Delhiites to rise up against the inflated bills without fear.