Sahil Joshi

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Senior Editor - Editorial TVTN

POLITICS

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Modi Khadi row: When did Shiv Sena become a fan of Gandhi?

Now that it seems to care about Bapu, it should also clarify its stand on Godse.

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POLITICS

 |   5-minute read

Why Mumbai has suddenly become so important for BJP

A poll win in the country's richest civic body will be instrumental in deciding whether the Modi magic is still working.

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POLITICS

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Assembly polls 2017: Why regional parties may reclaim lost ground in Goa

Congress and BJP are locked in a multi-cornered fight to be joined by a regional parties' alliance

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POLITICS

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To be or not to be with BJP, Shiv Sena leaving Maharashtra confused

It's no secret that Uddhav Thackeray is unhappy being part of the alliance.

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POLITICS

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Why Devendra Fadnavis and BJP won Maharashtra municipal elections

The CM weathered the Maratha agitation and demonetisation chaos.

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POLITICS

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Why does Pawar-Modi bromance have Uddhav Thackeray in fits?

The Shiv Sena chief was so upset that he didn’t take calls from Venkaiah Naidu.

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POLITICS

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Demonetisation haste: History has a warning for Modi

Emotional rhetoric can't be successful always when the situation on ground demands introspection.

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POLITICS

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How Amar Singh killed the socialist in Mulayam

The SP chief has forgotten the preachings of his teacher Madhu Limaye.

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POLITICS

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Devendra Fadnavis can't afford to ignore angry Marathas

The BJP has burnt its fingers with Jats and Patels, and knows there can be a price to pay if it upsets Maharashtra's largest votebank.

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POLITICS

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The joke is on Kapil Sharma. No one dares to take on BMC

In Mumbai, where every inch of space is worth lakhs, one decision by a corporation official can make or break your business.

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