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End of a fast
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PTI Aam Admi Party chief Arvind Kejriwal during his indefinite fast against the hike in power tariffs, at Sundar Nagari in New Delhi on April 1.

It is a part of Delhi where the OB vans never go. Even walking is a challenge because the narrow road is chock-a-block with rickshaws, horse carts, scooters, people and vendors occupying every inch of the footpath. But since March 23, this particular corner of Delhi, called Sunder Nagri, has undergone a symbolic makeover.


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