Madhya Pradesh floor test and what it means for Congress - Hindustan Times
Madhya Pradesh chief minister Kamal Nath has said there is no need for trust vote as he enjoys a majority in the assembly after Governor Lalji Tandon on Monday issued a fresh deadline for a floor test. Tandon said he will consider chief minister Kamal Nath’s government to be in a minority if he failed to seek a trust vote by Tuesday.
Why Congress’ problem is India’s problem - Pushparaj Deshpande, Quint
Jyotiraditya Scindia has finally left the Indian National Congress. How someone who opposed one ideology and form of politics for 18 years can now join them is beyond me. I personally expected more. But I suppose expecting everyone to be motivated only by idealistic concerns is rather unrealistic.
Don’t write the Congress off yet - Kalyani Shankar, Pioneer
Many people are writing off the 135-year-old Congress Party after its dismal performance in the just-concluded Delhi Assembly elections. This is because the grand old party has suffered one setback after the other since 2014, though there were some good patches in between. Now, critical questions are being raised over its survival that need to be answered by Congressmen.
After another zero, large-scale changes expected in Delhi Congress - Aurangzeb Naqshbandi, Hindustan Times
The Congress is likely to go for a massive overhaul of its Delhi unit after its complete decimation in the assembly elections. The grand old party not only failed to open its account for the second time in a row but 67 candidates of the Congress-led alliance out of 70 forfeited their deposits as well.
Congress+Alt+Delhiite: Cong needs a reboot - Ambika Pandit, Times of India
The once formidable party that held sway in Delhi for three terms, Congress failed to win a single seat for a second Congress failed to win a single seat for a second consecutive assembly election with its vote share plummeting further to a little over 4% and 63 of its 66 of its 66 cabdudates kisubg security deposits.
Kejriwal reinvented himself to win Delhi - Kalyani Shankar, Pioneer
Whoever thought seven years ago that the Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal would come this far to bag the throne of Delhi for the third term? Though the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) had arrived as a disruptive force in 2013 and was dismissed as an upstart, its chief Kejriwal surprised critics with his ability to grasp the pulse of the public and change for the better in this roller coaster political ride.
JD(U) war or peace? - Pioneer
Usually, rivals end up pushing each other’s cupboards so that the skeletons tumble out in election season. But if the rumblings in the Janata Dal (United) are anything to go by, then the family war is now a raging fire with its leader and Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar expelling its top leadership crucially close to the State Assembly elections.
Galaxy of stars to touch base in fierce Delhi battle - Pioneer
As the stakes are very high for the BJP and the Congress to regain grounds in the Delhi Assembly against Arvind Kejriwal-led Aam Aadmi Party (AAP), they too have listed star campaigners for the February 8 elections.
Kejriwal to fight for New Delhi seat with ‘Chak De’ star, cab driver and 90 others - Ashish Mishra & Abhishek Dey, Hindustan Times
Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal filed his nomination for the February 8 Assembly elections from the New Delhi seat on Tuesday after waiting for six hours at the office of the Returning Officer (RO), with 65 others also filing their papers. The total number of contestants from New Delhi is now 93. The final number of contestants on the seat would only be known after Friday, the last date of withdrawal of nominations.
Rahul Gandhi Cannot Lead Democracy's Fight Against Modi or the Sangh Parivar - Harish Khare, Wire
On Friday, the ruling BJP’s members in both houses of parliament disrupted the proceedings, demanding an apology for some kind of habitually asinine remarks Rahul Gandhi had made a day earlier in Jharkhand; as could be expected, the Congress benches felt obliged to defend their wayward prince.
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