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POLITICS

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POLITICS

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Who is the Man of the Match for Modi’s record victory?

His hold on the party was absolute. With this victory, it is set to get stronger.

POLITICS

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No Takers for Congress NYAY: Here’s why Rahul Gandhi’s Rs 72,000 Nyay bait impressed almost no one

'Ab hoga Nyay' sounded like nyay was denied during the nearly 70 years of Congress rule. Why would the slogan be trusted now?

POLITICS

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Exit Polls 2019: The message for Congress - Please go hibernate

The party high command, i.e., the Gandhis, must introspect. Where did they go wrong? Why do they have Sam Pitroda and Mani Shankar Aiyar? Who should emerge as alternatives to them now?

POLITICS

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India Today-Axis My India Exit Poll: BJP could be heading for a total tsunami, regional satraps decimated

If the exit poll results hold, the NDA would have between 339 and 368 seats on May 23. BJP itself could cross 290.

POLITICS

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The Art of the Apology: How Rahul Gandhi asking Sam Pitroda to say sorry for ‘Hua to hua’ helped Congress avoid electoral harm

It seems like the BJP was repeating the lesson learnt from the Congress chief to salvage the situation after Sadhvi Pragya's 'Godse was a desh bhakt' blunder.

POLITICS

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Anurag Thakur: BJP, unlike Congress, does not believe in pushing one face, one family. But NaMo represents welfare to countless many

Anurag Thakur is one of the younger leaders of the BJP, fighting hard in his Hamirpur, Himachal Pradesh constituency. Heading to the polls on Sunday, Thakur spoke with Vandana about development, NaMo and ageism in politics.

POLITICS

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Father vs CM: Riteish Deshmukh’s hurt feelings over Piyush Goyal’s charge is understandable. But his retort is not

To charge the late Vilasrao Deshmukh with unthinking behaviour by taking Bollywood personalities to a 26/11-hit site is both understandable. And necessary.

POLITICS

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Her Rape Didn't Wait: But Rajasthan police reportedly delay filing of Dalit victim’s gangrape complaint for polls. True, Ashok Gehlot?

The victim was a Dalit. The party in power in Rajasthan is Congress. Only Rajasthan chief minister can answer this. Our other netas are too busy mudslinging in any case.

LIFE

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This Mother's Day, let’s stop celebrating ‘sacrifices’ and ‘unconditional’ love

Promise yourself to be a mother (if indeed you plan to be a mother) who doesn’t negate herself.