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POLITICS

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Priyanka Gandhi, Kerala, Wayanad, Rahul Gandhi

Upside down: How is Rahul Gandhi seen in the state that he now represents?

In south India, Rahul is not taken as a joke. It is from here that the Congress should try to rebuild the party.

POLITICS

 |  RIGHT Foot Forward  |  6-minute read
Wayanad, Lok Sabha elections 2019, Narendra Modi, Rahul Gandhi

Two Netas, Two Attitudes: How Narendra Modi and Rahul Gandhi stand in contrast after May 23

While NDA sports a 'business as usual' air and Modi talks of taking everyone along, Rahul is busy with his pet accusation of Modi being a divisive factor, while the Congress lacks decisive leadership.

HUMOUR

 |  2-minute read
Lok Sabha elections 2019, Rahul Gandhi, Wayanad, Vacation

5 things Rahul Gandhi can do now

If not Rahul, then who? Rahul Gandhi must think of his alternatives as he must be embarking on vacation now!

POLITICS

 |  3-minute read
Discovery, Biodiversity, Mysticellus franki, Frogs

The frog prince of Wayanad

An old frog (from 40 million years ago) and a prince (48-years-old) are gracing Wayanad with their presence this season.

POLITICS

 |  Breaking Views  |  8.68 minutes watch-minute read
Wayanad, Lok Sabha elections 2019, Amethi, Rahul Gandhi

Mission 272 With Rajdeep Sardesai: Has Rahul Gandhi fallen into the Wayanad trap?

If the Congress president wanted to make a statement, he should have contested from a Vidarbha or a Marathwada.

POLITICS

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Left Front, Lok Sabha election 2019, D raja, Wayanad

D Raja: 'If Rahul Gandhi wants to show respect for the South, why not contest from Kanyakumari? Or Andaman & Nicobar?'

Speaking with Rohit E David, Raja said the Congress fielding Rahul Gandhi in Wayanad against the Left made no sense and Rahul would be embarrassed as the Left will fight to win.

POLITICS

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Kerala, Amethi, 2019 Lok Sabha elections, Rahul Gandhi

How Rahul Gandhi contesting from Wayanad is advantage BJP

The Congress president’s decision to contest from a second seat gives the impression that he is not entirely confident of winning in Amethi.

POLITICS

 |  RIGHT Foot Forward  |  6-minute read
Amethi, Congress, Rahul Gandhi, Wayanad

That's the Right Way(anad), Rahul Gandhi: Contesting two seats isn't fear. It's smart Congress strategy

Rahul Gandhi contesting two Lok Sabha seats, both Amethi and Wayanad, does not reflect a crisis of confidence. It actually shows systematic planning towards a larger political goal.