Rahul Noronha

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The writer is Associate Editor, India Today.

POLITICS

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Madhya Pradesh Assembly election: How both BJP and Congress are trying to rein in the rebel candidates

BJP had minister Narendra Singh Tomar handling the rebels, while the Congress deputed Digvijaya Singh to speak to aggrieved candidates.

POLITICS

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Madhya Pradesh Election 2018: Why Congress stops campaigning when Rahul Gandhi is not there in the state

Between Rahul Gandhi’s last two visits to Gwalior and Indore, there was a total lull in activity.

VOICES

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Dantewada: The perils of reporting, and working, in conflict areas

The fight against Maoist insurgents has killed several armed personnel. Yesterday, it killed a media professional too. We will only bear more losses with our own killing our own

POLITICS

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Why Madhya Pradesh Assembly Election 2018 already looks like Scindia vs Digvijaya vs Kamal Nath

Congress should not sink its boat by favouring one. BJP then will have the election on a platter.

POLITICS

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Ahead of MP Assembly polls, Congress has a new strategy

Rahul Gandhi will play a central role in the poll campaign that is expected to borrow heavily from the Gujarat-Karnataka template.

POLITICS

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Why Congress is taking soft Hindutva stand ahead of Madhya Pradesh Assembly elections

Does the Congress think this will bring right-wing Hindu voters under its fold? No, Congressmen are not that naïve.

POLITICS

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Madhya Pradesh Assembly elections: Why there is no room for political courtesy in the state

This is the first time that all the members of the House do not have a group photograph, usually taken on the last day of the last session.

POLITICS

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Chhattisgarh: Is BJP counting on a young IAS officer to win a Congress bastion?

Raipur collector Om Prakash Choudhary resigns amid reports that he is set to join the BJP.

POLITICS

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Madhya Pradesh Assembly polls: How a new tribal group is forcing the BJP and Congress to rework their strategy

Jai Adivasi Yuva Shakti shot to popularity by questioning what mainstream parties like BJP and Congress have done for tribals.

POLITICS

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When the original Chanakya of Indian politics was caught in a chakravyuh in 1984 Lok Sabha elections

Atalji never held his defeat in Gwalior against anyone, not against the Congress, and not against Madhavrao Scindia.