8 Set Backs And Stirrups Of 2014
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8 Set Backs And Stirrups Of 2014

By SiliconIndia   |   Wednesday, 31 December 2014, 13:29 Hrs
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BANGALORE: India had a tough time in 2014; the country had to face several instances where it was shamed, grieved and literally shocked to what have been the days passed. Either it is to child molestation to rape case or in political field from Jayalalitha’s arrest to pepper spray attack and more recently, Dhoni’s retirement from tests—the year gone by was full of surprises.

Kejriwal Resignation

On 8th December 2013 the constituency of Delhi had a new Chief Minister Aravind Kejriwal to make his throne on the nation’s capital, that too from a party which started a year back. The people of Delhi gave a thumping majority to form a single government pinning high hopes from his jhaadu slogans, such a story that is short lived. After just 49 days of rule Kejriwal resigned sending shock waves through the city, proving the political chakravyuh too critical to be solved for an amateur.

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