Indian activist-turned-politician, Arvind Kejriwal is the leader of India’s Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) and the man most Indians would like to lead their country. Thanks to coalitions and other political machinations, he will not win the 2014 elections but he and his anti-corruption stance will definitely have an impact.

After forming the AAP in 2012, last year Kejriwal wrested power from the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) in December, after winning 28 of the 70 seats up for election in Dehli’s State assembly. Kejriwal took over from Sheila Dikshit (thus ending a 15-year rule by Congress) and became ...


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