Dev Ankur Wadhawan

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Journalist. Passionate Debater. Sports Enthusiast.

POLITICS

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Gau figure: How garbage has killed about 1000 bovine animals in Rajasthan, a state notorious for cow vigilantism

It's worth noting that Rajasthan is the same state that boasted of the country's first cow welfare ministry.

POLITICS

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Rajasthan: Will changing 'Muslim names' of villages help BJP consolidate Hindu votes?

With not much to show in terms of achievements, Vasundhara Raje seems to be resorting to polarising measures.

POLITICS

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The badlands of Mewat - Why Alwar has been making news for lynchings and cattle smuggling

Rakbar Khan, Pehlu Khan and Umar Khan belonged to the region now considered the hotbed of cow vigilantism.

POLITICS

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Why Congress is confident BJP's days are numbered in Rajasthan

PCC chief Sachin Pilot has installed a countdown clock to motivate his party workers ahead of the Assembly elections.

POLITICS

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With Vasundhra Raje in a corner, RSS has a new plan for Rajasthan

From ticket distribution to campaigning for Assembly elections, the 'queen' may get more sidelined.

POLITICS

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Future looks grim for Vasundhara Raje in Rajasthan politics

Voices against the chief minister and her lieutenants are growing louder within the state BJP.

POLITICS

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Why Amit Shah’s luncheon at Dalit home in Rajasthan has left colony residents frothing

‘Workers came at night to clean trash, repair roads and sewers while ignoring us for years. We were told if you speak, you'll get beaten. This is what they are doing.’

POLITICS

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Wedding hall wall collapse in Rajasthan's Bharatpur shows life is cheap in India

It's a sad reflection on governments and the lot of politicians of this country, if they have to be almost always reactive.

POLITICS

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Why Vasundhara Raje couldn't afford to lose Dholpur by-poll

An election win could have turned into a drop of rain on parched land for the Congress in the state.

POLITICS

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Rajasthan's shame: It's paying a heavy price for killing the unborn girl

According to 2011 data figures, in as many as 18 districts of the state, the child sex ratio is less than 900.