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Now that samajwadi party is out of job after elections, will sanjay dutt get the boot from amar singh, who himself will have to hang around others.
he should now concentrate on giving his wife manyata a baby for whom she is desperate.
he shouls now train to be a baby sitter in future.

Asked by shyamvanwari, 17 May '09 09:32 pm
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This was the message in north, south, east and west where Congress expanded its space at the cost of both friends and foes. Chandrababu Naidu will survive to fight another election, but the votaries of Telangana have probably been marginalized out of reckoning. Congress did better than Sharad Pawar, grew in Punjab, hammered the left, aborted Mayawatis national ambitions and checked Mulayam Singh Yadav. In fact, Mulayam Singh Yadav may face the humiliation of being the unwanted guest at the party for a second time, since Congress can now afford to sniff at the support he offers. The two regional powers that triumphed, Nitish Kumar and Naveen Patnaik, won because of their individual qualities rather than because of the parties they lead. Congress and the BJP, between them, will occupy two thirds of the seats in the next Lok Sabha. This is the real game-changer because the next general elections will be a straight contest between these two parties in most of India.
Answered by Ali Mohammad sheikh, 17 May '09 11:48 pm

 
  
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SP is an oppertunistic party with amar singh and mulayam, they are very hungury of power and now when they know they cannot blackmail govt in anyhow, as they did earlier, they will support cong unconditionally
Answered by dude, 17 May '09 11:00 pm

 
  
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We should not get into personal life of politicians or bollywood stars
Answered by anoop KR, 17 May '09 10:12 pm

 
  
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