Sahil Joshi
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Senior editor, India Today TV

POLITICS

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What Rashmi Thackeray, Saamana's first woman editor, means for Shiv Sena

The editorial in Saamana — founded by Bal Thackeray — has always been considered the voice of the party chief.

POLITICS

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What keeps Sanjay Raut in news?

From being a journalist, to a ghost writer for Bal Thackeray, to taking the political plunge, Sanjay Raut never forgot the guru mantra Bal Thackeray gave him.

POLITICS

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Takeaways from Maharashtra polls: Congress-NCP fought to save face, BJP like there is no tomorrow

The Gandhis remained largely absent from campaigning even as Devendra Fadnavis found the full support of the Modi-Shah duo.

POLITICS

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POLITICS

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What Kripashankar Singh’s exit from Congress means for the BJP

Singh made swift political switches through his career. He will take the ‘Kripashankar culture’ to destination next.

POLITICS

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BJP's 'Selfie Mantris' Enjoy Maha Floods: BJP faces criticism for its ministers' crass behaviour in the floods. Has it forgotten one fact?

Kyunki Saas Bhi Kabhi Bahu Thi. Although at the zenith of power, BJP representatives must understand politics is a cycle and public criticism moves its wheels.

POLITICS

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Sowing a different narrative: This is why, despite severe agrarian crisis, Maharashtra farmers still voted for Modi

Farmers I spoke to agreed their lives hadn't improved under the Modi govt, but they still chose BJP-Shiv Sena over others.

POLITICS

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Exit polls 2019: How the Congress-NCP combine gave away the game to BJP in Maharashtra

The parties failed to build on their organisational base and could never increase their vote share. The BJP, however, focused on dismantling satraps cultivated by Congress-NCP.

POLITICS

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Battle for Bhopal: Why the RSS chose the capital of 'Madhya Prant' to field Sadhvi Pragya

Madhya Pradesh has always been a laboratory for the RSS. This time though, it is trying its biggest experiment yet.

POLITICS

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Maha Trends: Who looks poised to win the 48 Lok Sabha seats in Maharashtra

There is palpable anger among Muslim, Dalit and agricultural communities against BJP. But has the Congress capitalised on this? Has the Modi Wave swept again? How is Raj Thackeray impacting the polls?