Modi government to focus on Bengal, Kerala and Odisha in its 3rd anniversary function - Rakesh Mohan Chaturvedi, Economic Times
The NDA government's third anniversary celebrations over 20 days beginning Friday will see the BJP focusing on Bengal, Kerala and Odisha. The party will organise over two dozen programmes in the three states where chief ministers and more than five Union ministers and central office-bearers will attend.
Political vacuum in Tamil Nadu continues - Kalyani Shankar, Pioneer
Tamil Nadu is abuzz with Rajinikanth joining politics. While situations are in his favour and he has numerous options to explore, the larger question is: Will he succeed? The southern State is desperately in need of good governance.
Mamata’s last gamble - Pioneer
Mamata Banerjee’s recalibration of her politics has been stunning. From being a fierce critic of the Congress — which she left in a huff and formed the Trinamool Congress — she has now come so close to the party that often there is little to differentiate between the two on many issues in the recent public domain.
Shah praises Nitish rule, targets Lalu - Mail Today
BJP president Amit Shah has praised the Bihar chief minister for his corruption-free record while maintaining that the saffron party was only critical of Lalu Prasad Yadav. The BJP president is keeping the guessing game alive on its future relationship with Nitish Kumar-led Janata Dal (United).
Is the AAP set for an implosion in Punjab? - Asit Jolly, Mail Today
For a fledgling political party that had taken the Punjabi hinterland like a veritable hurricane just over a year ago, the Aam Aadmi Party's downfall in the border state has been severe, to say the least.
Who runs the government of Bihar? How Nitish keeps Lalu in check - Amitabh Srivastava, Mail Today
Who runs the government of Bihar? When a purported telephone conversation between RJD chief Lalu Prasad and Siwan don Mohammed Shahabuddin surfaced and sparked off a furore last week, the interpretations arrived on mass.
Heading south - Kumar Chellappan, Pioneer
Stability — until now the hallmark of Tamil Nadu politics — has become a thing of the past. The AIADMK, which was presided over by Jayalalithaa, is gone forever. Now, there are three factions fighting for her legacy. Then there are parties which are out to make a fortune in the event of splits in the AIADMK.
Electoral losses have put BSP chief on backfoot - Pioneer
Desperate to quickly fix responsibility for the Bahujan Samaj Party's (BSP) defeat in the recently held Assembly election in Uttar Pradesh, party supremo sacked her trusted aide Naseemuddin Siddiqui. But the decision is unlikely to satisfy those who believe that Siddiqui has been made a scapegoat.
Mayawati fires her party No. 2 and his son, both hit back - Ashutosh Bhardwaj & Ramendra Singh, Indian Express
BSP chief Mayawati on Wednesday expelled party general secretary Naseemuddin Siddiqui and his son Afzal, accusing the veteran leader of “anti-party activities” and corruption. Considered the BSP’s Muslim face, Siddiqui struck back, saying he would prove “with evidence” that these charges were true of Mayawati and Rajya Sabha member Satish Chandra Misra who announced the expulsion and levelled the allegations.
Vipaksh Mukt Bharat: How Modi, Shah want to herald the golden age of BJP - Archis Mohan, Business Standrad
At its Bhubaneswar national executive on April 15, top Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leadership discussed the contours of a ‘vipaksh/virodh mukt Bharat’ – an India without opponents and Opposition. Recent developments in Delhi and Chennai indicate the first few steps that Narendra Modi government and BJP have taken in that direction.
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