Rahul Noronha
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The writer is Associate Editor, India Today.

POLITICS

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Why Kamal Nath could be the new poster boy for liberals

In slightly over a month of being in office, Kamal Nath has used interesting opportunities to project himself as an upholder of free speech.

POLITICS

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POLITICS

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What is the role for ex-CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan in Madhya Pradesh?

BJP has appointed former chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan as its vice president — bringing a powerful state leader into national politics. But is he still trying to arrange his role in the state?

POLITICS

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Why the Congress government in Madhya Pradesh looks like a coalition

Out of the 28 ministers, 20 belong to the Kamal Nath-Digvijaya Singh group, while eight are from the Jyotiraditya Scindia camp.

POLITICS

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Assembly polls 2018: What the future holds for outgoing BJP CMs

Outgoing Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh CMs may want to move to the national stage. The only question is whether the top bosses in Delhi would want them there?

POLITICS

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Madhya Pradesh elections: Congress loves blaming EVMs, and the administration is giving it enough reasons to

From lights going off to staff found drunk, a lot is happening in the state’s strong-rooms.

POLITICS

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From Naya Daur to Baahubali: How Congress changed its campaigning strategy in Madhya Pradesh

Congress leaders displayed a rare unity; well at least to the extent it is possible in the Congress, in the run-up to the polls.

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