Vipin Pubby

OPEN TO OPINION

The writer is a veteran journalist based in Chandigarh.

POLITICS

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How Punjab poll has got politicians scurrying for power

Political observers are finding it difficult to keep a tab on leaders moving from SAD to Congress to AAP to BJP, and vice versa.

POLITICS

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Can neither afford to ignore Navjot Sidhu nor dump him

The former cricketer's prolonged attempt to join hands with either Congress or AAP has severely dented his credibility.

POLITICS

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Why Punjab polls 2017 will be a high-drama affair

Th entry of AAP and a fourth front, without BJP and Congress, will change the rules of the game.

POLITICS

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After Chotepur's removal, will the AAP bubble in Punjab burst sooner than later?

With barely five months left for Assembly polls in the state, time is running out for Arvind Kejriwal's party.

POLITICS

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How BJP in Haryana plans to revive mythical Saraswati river

The ML Khattar government cried eureka when water was found after digging along the perceived route of the stream last year.

POLITICS

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Kejriwal's AAP has landed itself in the bad books of Sikhs

Its contentious manifesto for Punjab polls places the election symbol - a broom - with Golden Temple in the backdrop.

POLITICS

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Haryana Congress MLAs casting invalid votes for RS poll reeks of a conspiracy

The question that continues to be asked is: who changed the pen that had the approved violet ink with one that had blue?

POLITICS

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Why the new Chandigarh airport complex still refuses to take off

The state-of-the-art terminal was supposed to be the pride of Punjab and Haryana, but it's mired in controversies.

POLITICS

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When Kirron Kher revealed intolerance over missing name on plaque

The BJP MP alleged that it was being deliberately done to take away credit from her party.

POLITICS

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Why Amarinder Singh-Prashant Kishor relationship is on the rocks in Punjab

The ace strategist has realised that managing Congress is a different ball game than managing Modi and Nitish.