Rohit Parihar
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Desert Dunes

The writer is Senior Editor, India Today. He is based in Jaipur.

POLITICS

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Rebel Pilot loses the respect of the masses

Sachin Pilot has gone from a warrior, who was expected to quit the party and seek a fresh mandate, to taking a cautious approach to somehow retain the assembly membership.

POLITICS

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How Pilot’s exit will help Gehlot stay afloat

Ashok Gehlot ultimately had his way as the Congress sacked Sachin Pilot as PCC chief and deputy chief minister, along with two other rebel ministers.

POLITICS

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How Ashok Gehlot saved Rajya Sabha seats for Congress

Rajasthan Chief Minister has added to his stature ever since he ensured that Congress retained its flock together in the Rajya Sabha elections.

POLITICS

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Rajasthan CM raises a storm over horse-trading

Ashok Gehlot has alleged that the BJP is offering Rs 10 crore in advance to MLAs to not vote for two Congress candidates, with another Rs 15 crore to be given later.

POLITICS

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Rajasthan CM stays cautious in unlocking the state

The state has decided to keep hotels, malls, restaurants, bars, religious places, educational institutions, and city bus services closed until the end of June.

VARIETY

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Covid-19: 40 per cent of Rajasthan is in red zone

13 of 33 districts and 15 district headquarters are in red zones including the state capital - Jaipur.

ART & CULTURE

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POLITICS

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Desert dunes: Rajasthan CM Ashok Gehlot cries foul over elections, wants Lok Sabha and Assembly polls to be conducted simultaneously

Gehlot argues that having multiples elections spread out in a period of two years hinders the work of the government. How much of it is true?

POLITICS

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POLITICS

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Not everyone gets a third chance. Ashok Gehlot should not repeat his earlier mistakes

The greatest skills of Gehlot will be tested on how he can take Sachin Pilot along.