Politics/Nation
Countdown to Madhya Pradesh polls: Declare Jyotiraditya Scindia CM face immediately, says Congress MP - Aman Sharma, Economic Times
Amid a hectic campaign for two assembly bypolls in Madhya Pradesh, senior Congress MP Satyavrat Chaturvedi has said Jyotiraditya Scindia should be immediately declared the party’s chief ministerial candidate for the assembly election due in December.
Rajinikanth-Kamal Haasan: Reel rivals share political dreams - ETB Sivapriyan, Asian Age
Rajinikanth's imitable style did all the magic for him - an enviable number one position in the competitive Tamil cinema world for the past three decades - mesmerizing a wholesome audience from a six-year-old to a sixty-year-old alike. His senior in the film industry, but junior in age, Kamal Haasan also captivated millions for five decades through his brilliant and versatile acting skills earning him the sobriquet Ulaganayagan (the global star).
Fresh start: Rahul Gandhi disbands Congress party’s top body to put his own team in place - Anita Katyal, Scroll
Two months after taking over as the Congress president, Rahul Gandhi on Friday disbanded the party’s working committee, setting the stage for putting his own team in place.
BJP to fight polls on development, scam-free governance: Shah at Jind rally - Hindustan Times
The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) president Amit Shah on Thursday praised the Manohar Lal Khattar-led government for its “corruption-free rule in Haryana” and sent out a message that “development and scam-free governance” will be the poll plank of the party in the next year’s Lok Sabha and assembly polls.
Rajnikanth, Kamal ready to set up booth level party infrastructure - Kumar Chellappan, Pioneer
Hectic parleys are on in the camps of matinee idols Rajinikanth and Kamal Haasan, who have declared their intentions of launching their respective political parties and fight the next Assembly election. Though both the actors are yet to announce the names and manifestoes of their political outfits, both of them are in the process of setting up booth-level party infrastructure in all the Assembly constituencies.
Nitish's JD(U) to stay away from Bihar's bypolls battle - Faizan Ahmed, Pioneer
With the declaration of bypolls to one Lok Sabha and two Assembly seats in Bihar, political activities have not only suddenly increased but reports of chasm in the two rival alliances have also started coming out. In both the ruling NDA and Opposition Mahagathbandhan skirmishes are going on with parties staking claim on seats.
Speculations abound over Lok Sabha poll schedule - Hari Shankar Vyas, Pioneer
The big question before the country these days is when will the next Lok Sabha Elections be held — next April-May or at the end of this year? Nobody seems to have an answer for this. There were speculations that the elections will be held in May, but for the past few days, there have been contrary indications from the Election Commission, and sources say it is not comfortable with conducting the elections at the end of this year.
With 2019 in mind, Modi tells MPs to return to roots - Nistula Hebbar, Hindu
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday urged BJP MPs to spread the word intensively about the welfare schemes announced in the Union Budget in their respective constituencies.
Why Chandrababu Naidu got it wrong - Kalyani Shankar, Pioneer
Throughout his political career, Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Chandrababu Naidu has exhibited the same showmanship as that of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. It was Naidu who declared himself in the mid-1990s as the CEO of the State. It was he who started using laptop, conducted video conferences, started monitoring the work of the district collectors and propagating his governance skills.
In Karnataka, it is Congress party’s AHINDA versus BJP’s Hindutva - Supriya Sharma, Scroll
This summer, the Congress will be fighting to retain its last large state – Karnataka. As the party gears up for the challenge, its leaders are relieved that after three years of drought in the state, the rains were plentiful in 2017. The last time the party had sought a re-election in 2004, drought had dimmed its prospects.
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