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We bring to you a selection of best stories from the Indian Express city editions across the country.
The AAP government headed by Arvind Kejriwal will take a floor test on Thursday. Many who took the oath as MLAs on Wednesday were not sure whether the government would survive the trust vote, given that Kejriwal had said on Monday that his government had only 48 hours to keep its promises.
After delivering on its pre-poll promises on electricity and water, the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) government is now looking to fulfill other promises listed in its manifesto — passing the Delhi Lokpal Bill, setting up a security force, regularising unauthorised colonies and contractual labour.
In the 12 years of being at the helm in Gujarat, Chief Minister Narendra Modi has been able to contribute about Rs 19 crore to the Kanya Kelavani, a programme floated by his government for girls' education in the state.
The Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority (MMRDA) has shot off a letter to the Anil Ambani-owned Reliance Infrastructure asking it to take off the name 'Reliance' from the logo of the Versova-Andheri-Ghatkopar Metro line.
Six Indian tourists were killed and same number were injured Wednesday when the jeep they were travelling in fell into Marsyangdi river in Tanahun district, around 150 km from here. Police said all the passengers were from Kolkata and were heading to Kathmandu from Pokhra.
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- Kapil Sibal to contest from Chandni Chowk in 2014, even if Arvind Kejriwal inÂ fray
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- Arvind Kejriwal likely to pass Jan Lokpal Bill in February, says the fight for new independence hasÂ begun