Politics/Nation
Rahul Gandhi's Resignation as Party Chief May Lead to Another Power Tussle in Congress - Rasheed Kidwai, News18
If Rahul Gandhi indeed relinquishes office of the Congress president and remains as a Member of Parliament, the grand old party may see a tussle of another kind — between the parliamentary wing of the party and the organisation, i.e. the All India Congress Committee (AICC).
After facing his worst-ever electoral defeat, what happens to Chandrababu Naidu now? - NewsMinute
With his worst-ever electoral defeat in Andhra Pradesh and losing relevance in national politics, Nara Chandrababu Naidu is facing the biggest challenge of his career. A leader, whose four-decade-long career saw his political pendulum swinging wildly from left to the right, the Telugu Desam Party (TDP) chief last year exercised even his last option -- aligning with the Congress. But this time, he ran out of both the options and the luck.
An alternative vision of India - Shyam Saran, TribuneIndia
PRIME Minister Narendra Modi has won a second term with a resounding majority. This is a victory for Modi as a leader embodying an idea of India different from that of the founding fathers of the Constitution, even though he claims that for him the Constitution remains supreme.
Trouble in Rajasthan after Congress decimation in Lok Sabha Polls - Harsha Kumari Singh, NDTV
The Rajasthan Congress, which failed to win even one of the state's 25 Lok Sabha seats, is battling an internal crisis. While two of its ministers have demanded accountability, there have been reports that one minister is on his way out, citing the party's dismal performance.
MPs to pick Modi for 2nd innings - Deepak K Upreti, Pioneer
The Government formation for the BJP-led NDA (II) will be set in motion on Saturday with the newly-elected MPs formally electing Narendra Modi as their leader in Parliament’s central hall. While the BJP has won 303 seats, the NDA has 352 members in the Lok Sabha. Modi is also expected to address the MPs following his election as their leader. BJP Parliamentary Party meeting will precede the NDA meeting.
Has Congress been delivered a death blow in Karnataka? - Sugata Srinivasaraju, Wire
Where does one begin to tell the Karnataka story? The story of a state that has at different bends in India’s electoral history resuscitated the Congress party, but has delivered a death blow on Thursday.
How MK Stalin has emerged on his own and vindicated himself with Lok Sabha 2019 - R Kannan, NewsMinute
With the 2019 Lok Sabha polls, MK Stalin has come into his own, emerging out of his father and the late DMK patriarch Kalaignar M Karunanidhi’s long shadow. He has singly withstood both the ruling BJP and the AIADMK, almost sweeping the state in the parliamentary elections.
Bengal braces for crucial last phase of polling - Hindu
Elections for the seventh and most crucial phase of the Lok Sabha election in West Bengal will be held on Sunday with the highest number of seats — nine — scheduled to go to the polls in a single day. The seventh phase will also see polling in the 50 other constituencies across the six States and the Union Territory of Chandigarh, including in Varanasi where Prime Minister Narendra Modi is seeking to retain his seat.
KCR’s Federal Front odyssey halts at Stalin - Kumar Chellappan, Pioneer
The southern odyssey of Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao, with an eye on the post-poll scenario in Delhi, remained inconclusive despite a 70-minute long meeting with DMK president MK Stalin on Monday.
Didi ‘dictator’ vs Shah ‘low-life’ - Saugar Sengupta, Pioneer
Hours after BJP president Amit Shah’s helicopter was denied permission by the West Bengal Police to land at Baruipur under Jadavpur constituency for an election rally, he attacked Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee for “damaging all the democratic institutions and norms in the State.”
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