Rahul Kanwal

OPEN TO OPINION

Bite Soldier

Managing Editor, India Today TV.

POLITICS

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Exit poll: 5 reasons for BJP to cheer and 5 to worry

If the rural seats of Gujarat are considered in isolation, the party would have been badly bruised in this elections.

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Gujarat Assembly elections: 9 things I learnt from the campaign battlefield

If Congress hopes to defeat BJP, they will have to fight every election as if their life depends on it. That’s the only way Modi and Shah know how to fight elections.

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12 key things I learnt on the campaign trail in Uttar Pradesh

PM Modi's charisma remains unsullied despite demonetisation, but Akhilesh-mania is real.

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10 things I learnt on the campaign trail in Punjab this elections

The AAP surge is a potent force in Malwa region, but Congress under Captain Amarinder Singh, too, can pull off a victory.

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Indian Army's surgical strikes widen rifts in Pakistani establishment

Nawaz Sharif government has now found an opportunity to emphasise how the Pak army's policy of supporting terror has isolated the country internationally.

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[Exclusive] Inside story of India's daring surgical strikes against Pakistan

It was a near-perfect, textbook operation filmed on helmet-mounted cameras used by commandos.

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Decoding Cabinet reshuffle: Modi’s 10 commandments to his ministers

No demonstration of proximity to PM, no haranguing with media, no negative leaks and performance above all.

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How super sleuth Ajit Doval spooked Pakistan

Every terror attack in the neighbouring country is now attributed to the Indian NSA.

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Emergency is long over Mr Modi, don't impose a new one

The PM’s critics are happiest as the government tries to shoot the messenger, living up to the notion that he is intolerant of dissent.