Aditya Menon
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The writer is a political journalist based in Delhi.

POLITICS

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Thanks to rise of Hindutva, Owaisi is the new poster boy for Muslims

MIM's impressive performance in the Aurangabad municipal elections is bad news for the Congress and NCP.

POLITICS

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Sanjay Raut row: Secularism is dead, please declare India a Hindu Rashtra

Shiv Sena's demand that Muslims be disenfranchised only reflects the triumph of the Hindu Right under Narendra Modi.

POLITICS

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Why the Shobhaa De-Shiv Sena row is a kick on Maharashtra's stomach

Even for the Devendra Fadnavis government in the state, protecting cows seems to be a bigger priority than saving farmers' lives.

POLITICS

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Modi Tourism: Five places Gujarat government won't tell you about

Why stop at Narendra Modi's childhood, the state government can market places that shaped his political career as well.

POLITICS

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How Narendra Modi is becoming a Shah Rukh Khan

Both the prime minister and King Khan are convinced that they know, better than anyone, "what sells" with the people.

SPORTS

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POLITICS

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Eight crore members in 143 days: How BJP is changing Indian politics

Like the AAP in Delhi, BJP under Amit Shah is building an army of supporters across the country. Will it translate into electoral success?

POLITICS

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How RSS plans to influence kids and raise a nation of Adarsh Bhakts

After Sangh's recent Pratinidhi Sabha, the Bharatiya Shikshan Mandal met to chart out a plan to saffronise the education system and make it "Bharat-centric".

POLITICS

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It looks official: UPA is Sonia Gandhi's baby, Congress is Rahul's

The 14 party "Land Bill march" to Rashtrapati Bhawan shows that the Congress president is trying to make the party the fulcrum of a broad secular alliance.

POLITICS

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Congress should focus on #KisaanSatyagraha instead of ranting on #RahulSnoopFarce

Having pushed the BJP to the back foot on the Land Acquisition Bill, why did Congress open another battle-front by raking up the snooping issue?