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    Modi-Shah Should Come Down
    Modi-Shah Should Come Down
    It is high time that the two top leaders of the nation Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Home Minister Amit Shah should come down to the ground realities.
    BJP's 'muscular nationalism' falls flat in state after state
    BJP's 'muscular nationalism' falls flat in state after state
    While Shaheen Bagh has been a relatively new issue, the nation has been bombarded with an overdose of Balakot, Article 35A, Kashmir and Pakistan since April-May, 2019.
    With AAP's victory in Delhi, all focus on Prashant Kishor
    With AAP's victory in Delhi, all focus on Prashant Kishor
    The AAP's victory in Delhi assembly polls has yet again brought the focus on election strategist Prashant Kishor and his firm Indian Political Action Committee (I-PAC), which first changed the contours of political campaigning by introducing Narendra Modi's famous 'chai pe charcha' campaign in 2014 Lok Sabha polls.
    The strategist: Getting to know Prashant Kishor
    The strategist: Getting to know Prashant Kishor
    What is happening in Indian politics? Nitish Kumar, who has been the Chief Minister of Bihar for a long time, is accusing a 'strategist' by citing the Union Home Minister.
    The return of agitational politics
    The return of agitational politics
    Political history of independent India amply illustrates how street agitations have been used as a potent instrument by the opposition to create an anti-incumbency environ against an otherwise well entrenched regime.
    CAA is just bad for India: Satya Nadella
    CAA is just bad for India: Satya Nadella
    Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella has joined the debate on the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA), saying whatever is happening in India on this new legislation is just bad.
    Indira had shut JNU. Will Modi do an Indira?
    Indira had shut JNU. Will Modi do an Indira?
    If protest is synonymous with the Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU), violence too has had an intrinsic relation with the varsity.
    Who is responsible for JNU violence?
    Who is responsible for JNU violence?
    Who vandalised the JNU campus on Sunday? Were they insiders or outsiders? Delhi Police's Crime Branch are trying to solve this riddle.
    Here's why BJP can't have RS majority in 2020
    Here's why BJP can't have RS majority in 2020
    Getting the majority in the Rajya Sabha has been like the elusive holy grail for the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP).
    Major temples shut, Muslims offer 'namaz' on solar eclipse
    Major temples shut, Muslims offer 'namaz' on solar eclipse
    Major Hindu temples were closed for pilgrims on account of solar eclipse while Muslims offered special prayers in mosques on Thursday.
    Maha plans law like AP's Disha act for women's safety
    Maha plans law like AP's Disha act for women's safety
    In order to instill fear of law in the minds of rapists, Maharashtra is seriously mulling enacting a legislation similar to the Disha law of neighbouring Andhra Pradesh, Home Minister Eknath Shinde told the Legislature on Wednesday.
    Kejriwal ropes in Prashant Kishor for Delhi polls
    Kejriwal ropes in Prashant Kishor for Delhi polls
    Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Saturday announced that Prashant Kishor-led Indian Political Action Committee (I-PAC) will manage the campaign of the Aam Aadmi Party for the Delhi Assembly Elections 2020.
    Chidambaram worried, says voices being 'suppressed'
    Chidambaram worried, says voices being 'suppressed'
    A day after the Supreme Court granted bail to former Finance Minister and senior Congress leader P. Chidambaram, the Rajya Sabha member reached Parliament and expressed his concern that voices are being "suppressed" by the government.
    BJP's 'Operation Kamal' fails to bloom in Maharashtra
    BJP's 'Operation Kamal' fails to bloom in Maharashtra
    Within a night's span, a deal with NCP leader Ajit Pawar saw the BJP forming a government in Maharashtra with Devendra Fadnavis seeming set for another term as Chief Minister. But before the test of strength in the Assembly ordered by the apex court, both Fadnavis and his deputy quit on Tuesday.
    Sena, NCP, Congress hold 'cross-meetings' of MLAs
    Sena, NCP, Congress hold 'cross-meetings' of MLAs
    In an unprecedented confidence building measure, the Shiv Sena, Nationalist Congress Party and the Congress are conducting 'cross-meetings' with the legislators of their parties in the proposed 'Maha Vikas Aghadi' here on Sunday, party sources said.
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