Modi biopic fuss non-issue for EC - Swapan Dasgupta, Pioneer
An unintended consequence of the staggering popularity of social media in the world is the mushrooming of completely useless controversies that have a life-span of a few hours. One such erupted last week over the countrywide release of the film PM Narendra Modi starring Vivek Oberoi on April 12.
All hands on deck: Priyanka Gandhi needs to do more in Uttar Pradesh - Maulshree Seth, Indian Express
The symbolism was many. Making her formal electoral debut in the state that decides the country’s political destiny, Priyanka Gandhi Vadra chose to start from Prayagraj, a city closely linked with the Nehru-Gandhi dynasty, and end at Varanasi, one of the world’s oldest living cities that Prime Minister Narendra Modi is trying to mould in his legacy.
Lok Sabha elections 2019: BJP list points to generational shift - Kumar Uttam, Hindustan Times
The Bharatiya Janata Party’s (BJP) list of 306 candidates announced so far for the 2019 Lok Sabha elections points to a key generational shift in the ruling party, and also underscores worries about the personal anti-incumbency of sitting MPs, particularly in the crucial state of Uttar Pradesh.
No Kanhaiya Kumar in Bihar election battle? Tejashwi Yadav's role likely - Manish Kumar, NDTV
The opposition coalition in Bihar has finally come out with its seat deal and candidates for next month's national election, and firebrand student leader Kanhaiya Kumar is not on it. Kanhaiya Kumar, the former president of the JNU student's union, was widely expected to be the opposition's candidate from Begusarai.
With Slight tweak in Caste formula, how BJP's UP math has taken the sheen off SP-BSP chemistry - Pranshu Mishra, News18
The Bharatiya Janata Party is all set to take on the SP-BSP challenge with its new caste arithmetic for Uttar Pradesh. Leaving no chance for the regional giants to take advantage of the caste factor, the party has made six changes in the first list of candidates. While it has stuck to the tried and tested formula, there has been slight reconstruction to counter the joint Opposition with full force.
How Congress lost the Goa game, again - Dipak K Dash, Times of India
Congress’ numerical edge in terms of number of MLAs in the Goa assembly was blunted as only three of its MLAs appeared before Goa governor Mridula Sinha while BJP presented all 21 MLAs supporting its claim, minister for roads and highways Nitin Gadkari has said.
BJP needs strong alliances to fight robust Opposition - Hari Shankar Vyas, Pioneer
Some BJP leaders claim that after the Pulwama and Balakot incidents, the party is certain of victory, although the Opposition is trying to ensure that their path is not without hurdles. This is thought to be the reason behind the BJP’s “surrender” before smaller parties, in the hope of forging alliances.
The hand that steadies the cradle - Kalyani Shankar, Pioneer
Sonia Gandhi may be toying with the idea of retirement from politics but the Congress needs her on many counts — to bridge the new and old guard, negotiate with the Opposition front and chaperone Priyanka in the post-Pulwama scenario.
Who will form govt, be PM? A swot analysis of 2019 Lok Sabha polls - Times of India
The 2019 poll battle has begun with the Election Commission announcing a seven-phase poll schedule from April 11 to May 19, culminating in the result on May 23.
Cong 2nd list to force SP-BSP hand for ties - Deepak Kumar Jha, Pioneer
A day after the Congress announced its list of 11 candidates, the party is set to come out with a second list and hopes that its resolution to play on “front foot” will force the Samajwadi Party and the BSP to reopen negotiation with the grand old party.
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