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BJP may reinstate Yeddyurappa - BS Satish Kumar, Hindu
With the Karnataka High Court clearing the former Chief Minister B.S. Yeddyurappa of corruption charges against him in the Lokayukta report on illegal mining, the party leadership may consider the possibility of reappointing him Chief Minister.
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Congress: A long history of dual power centres - Kalyani Shankar, Pioneer
'Witch-hunt' starts in Kerala's Cong - VR Jayaraj, Pioneer
NaMo rejuvenates NDA in TN - Kumar Chellappan, Pioneer
Is Muslim voting behaviour changing? - AK Verma, Economic Times
From Kashmir to Karnataka, is India voting for change? - Economic Times
Vote for Supriya Sule or lose water, ‘threatens’ Ajit Pawar - Atikh Rashid, IE
After Cong's Hitler blitz, Lekhi links Sonia with Mussolini - Shibaji Roychoudhury, Mail Today
Jayalalithaa targets Modi as key Muslim ally walks out - R Arivanantham, MK Ananth & Syed Muthahar Saqaf, Hindu
At exit gate, UPA government tries to sneak in lokpal - Hindustan Times
BJP-TDP alliance hinges on a ticket for Moneybags Raju - Ganesh Lakshman, ToI
Modi hijacks campaign in Dravidian heartland - Times of India
Voters are not 'ullus': Jaitley on Rahul's barb - NewIndianExpress
BJP may spring a surprise in Odisha, take sheen off Patnaik - Rajaram Satapathy, Times of India
Bollywood split wide open over Modi - Nergish Sunavala & Mohammed Wajihuddin, Times of India
Hang me in the street square if I am guilty: Modi - Times of India
Tough to bring sex in child marriage on a par with age of consent - Utkarsh Anand, Indian Express
Cong, BJP don’t favour Delhi polls, to wait for LS results - Utkarsh Anand, IE
Kejri's 'adventure' costs Delhiites dear: BJP - Pioneer
Bollywood slugs it out over secular politics - Karan Bhardwaj, Pioneer
BJP Maha-Yuti steals march on Cong-NCP - TN Raghunatha, Pioneer
Modi says No Vadra vendetta - Mail Today
BJP will win 272 seats on its own, says Rajnath Singh - Rohini Singh, ET
Muslims safe in India, need to put Gujarat riots behind: Salim Khan - Bus Std
Maoists struggle to enforce election boycott in Jharkhand - Anumeha Yadav, Hindu
Cong looks for a leader in Delhi - Sanjay Kaw & Preety Acharya, Asian Age
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