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How media reacted when AAP put up Kejriwal’s name during Independence Day

Narendra Modi was called narcissist by the media when he wore a gifted suit showing his own name, but what happened when Kejriwal displayed his own name in the stadium where Independence Day celebrations were going on?

This is what they felt like saying and publishing, but did not.

OpIndia.com takes a journey into their minds and hearts (as they often do to others) and brings to you their feelings that they couldn’t express due to a fascist government:

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Independent and unbiased journalist Rajdeep Sardesai could decipher the message.
Independent and unbiased journalist Rajdeep Sardesai could decipher the message.

As always, unbiased Ravish Kumar got literary and philosophical and remember Shakespeare's "What's in a name?" quote
As always, totally unbiased NDTV journalist Ravish Kumar got literary and philosophical and remembered Shakespeare’s “What’s in a name?” quote, which appeared the most relevant to the situation in his opinion.

Extremely unbiased website popularly known as Troll.in could find the merits like no one else did
Extremely unbiased website popularly known as Troll.in could find the merits in the move like no one else did

Firstpost had an opinion, as always.
Firstpost had an opinion, as always.

BuzzFeed too joined in. There were no kittens though.
BuzzFeed too joined in. There were no kittens though.

Times of India did what it is best known for
Times of India did what it is best known for

Stung by criticism, AAP decided to strike back by means best suited to it style.
Stung by criticism, AAP decided to strike back by means best suited to its style.

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