Ashok Upadhyay
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Editor, India Today Television.

POLITICS

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Godse vs Jinnah: How the BJP treats admirers of the two historical figures

There is no known action on Sadhvi Pragya over appreciative remarks on Godse. In contrast, senior leaders like LK Advani and Jaswant Sinha faced the BJP's door for praising Mohd Ali Jinnah.

LIFE

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Muzaffarpur AES deaths: How callous political leaders are compounding a cruel tragedy

From a late visit by CM Nitish Kumar to hospitals, to a minister asking for cricket scores during a meeting on the crisis, India's political leadership is failing its children.

POLITICS

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Can Priyanka Gandhi defeat Narendra Modi in Varanasi?

Though this is a tough option, here's how the arithmetic could stack up.

POLITICS

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How the BJP ignored court's observations in the Sajjan Kumar verdict

India needs a law that deters rabble-rousers from manufacturing riots in the country.

POLITICS

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Rafale controversy: What India Today RTI queries revealed about HAL and Dassault 'negotiations'

Dassault Aviation and Hindustan Aeronautics Limited are working together on Mirage upgrade and some overhaul projects.

POLITICS

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Eight tweets by PM Modi which may come to haunt him in the CBI infighting case

Prime Minister Narendra Modi made several comments against the government on Twitter when he was in the Opposition. Will he regret them now?

VARIETY

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POLITICS

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7 reasons why Prashant Kishor's entry into JD(U) is good news for Nitish Kumar

From a credible young face to upper caste vote banks, the political strategist has much to offer.

POLITICS

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Promises washed away? RTI reply reveals the depths of failures around the Namami Gange mission

Union minister Nitin Gadkari had said the Ganga would be ‘70 to 80 per cent’ cleaner by March 2019. But official data shows a starkly different picture.

POLITICS

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How the Assam NRC draft has left the BJP confused

While the party is keen to free India of illegal residents, it remains confused about the role it has to play in identifying them.