Abhishek Mishra
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The writer is a BJP Youth Leader and columnist.

POLITICS

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Why CM Ashok Gehlot is responsible for the political crisis in Rajasthan

Rajasthan CM Ashok Gehlot is running out of tricks in his bag with which he can command the loyalty of the Congress. He is getting desperate by the day.

POLITICS

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Kerala gold smuggling case: Why Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan must resign

There is a concern that if Pinarayi Vijayan continues as Kerala Chief Minister, the probe in the 30-kg gold smuggling case will be compromised.

POLITICS

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How PM Modi will give China a befitting reply for its treachery

China will face the might of the powerful nation with a strong leader who has vowed to teach the enemy a lesson.

POLITICS

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Imran Khan must remember India is global power, Pakistan a sinking ship

Instead of indulging in Twitter gimmicks, Khan should focus on his country nearing bankruptcy.

POLITICS

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How CM Arvind Kejriwal's leadership failure is worsening the Delhi Coronavirus crisis

It is a sad state of affairs that Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal has to warn the hospitals that are allegedly refusing to admit Covid-19 patients.

POLITICS

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How Uddhav Thackeray’s administrative inexperience is hurting Maharashtra

From Covid-19 pandemic in the state to the Palghar lynching, CM Uddhav Thackeray's handling of critical issues reeks of his inexperience in state administration.

POLITICS

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Amit Shah as the new Sardar Patel: By revoking Article 370, Amit Shah has emerged as the most decisive Home Minister

The RSS and BJP always stood against special status for J&K, arguing it meant alienation from the rest of India. By revoking Article 370, Amit Shah has put an end to this distance.

POLITICS

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How Pramod Sawant managed to win over Congress MLAs for Goa's development

As Congress fails to provide any leadership to its MLAs, it is natural that those aiming for development of their constituencies will collectively join a party that can. Like the BJP.