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Devendrafadnavis, Mmrc, Mumbaimetrorailcorporation, Uddhavthackeray

Uddhav Thackeray moves to save Aarey: Battle won, war remains

Maharashtra's Chief Minister's first major decision after assuming office is a bold move and welcomed by environmentalists. However, it is only the first step.


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Devendra Fadnavis, BJP, Sonia Gandhi, Sharadpawar

The learning curve ahead for the Maha Vikas Aghadi alliance

The Maha Vikas Aghadi coalition between the Shiv Sena, NCP and the Congress is a learning experience for a future politics of reconciliation and hope.  


 |  Ed Hoc  |  3-minute read
Sharad Pawar, Aditya thackeray, Maharashtra politics, Uddhavthackeray

Forever in shadows, can Uddhav Thackeray ever be his own man?

Being in bed with Sharad Pawar and the Congress is a difficult threesome even for a deft political acrobat. And Uddhav has no administrative experience.


 |  Shorts In The Dark  |  5-minute read
Sonia Gandhi, Sharadpawar, Shivsena-ncp-congressalliance, Uddhavthackeray

Horses for Maharashtra’s political courses

In many ways, this election also shows the limits of ideology as the nativism of the Shiv Sena clashes with the pan-India glue that Hindutva promises.


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BJP, Shivsena-ncp-congressalliance, Sonia Gandhi, Sharadpawar

Uddhav Thackeray's reign on thin ice

Maharashtra Chief Minister has begun his innings with the challenge of keeping the unlikely allies together and happy.


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BJP, Uddhavthackeray, Amitshah, Shivsena-ncp-congress alliance

The Maha political thriller scripted, choreographed and directed by Sharad Pawar

The unprecedented, unthinkable Shiv Sena-NCP-Congress political alliance in Maharashtra is thanks to one man.


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Uddhavthackeray, Amitshah, Shivsena-ncp-congress alliance, BJP

Maharashtra voters can't complain. They have got entertainment worth every penny

The political parties seem to have arrived at a tacit understanding that if they can't form the government, the voters must at least get nail-biting entertainment.