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don't count him out
don't count him out
India's Common Man Shoots for the Stars

The most popular man in India right now is the 45-year-old former tax administrator and now Chief Minister of Delhi, Arvind Kejriwal. Kejriwal is two weeks into his service as the head of the Delhi assembly and is already making headlines as he struggles against the political corruption that is so widespread in India. Meanwhile, officials and volunteers from his Aam Aadmi (“Common Man”) party tour the country, gathering thousands of new members and drumming up an impressive showing of support. Not many people would have put money on any of this 15 months ago when the AAP was founded.

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