Politics/Nation
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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Modern-day Fadnavis - Pioneer
SC to examine misuse of criminal defamation to muzzle free speech - Dhananjay Mahapatra, Times of India
It may all be over between Shiv Sena & BJP; Uddhav Thackeray, team to skip CM's oath ceremony - Ambarish Mishra, Times of India
BJP launches drive to stengthen presence in Assam, Bengal, Tamil Nadu and Kerala - Rakesh Mohan Chaturvedi, Economic Times
Haryana CM Manohar Lal Khattar seeks status report on Rs 17,000 crore collected by Hooda government - Raghav Ohri, Economic Times
Tough talk as tactic - Hindu
Leadership power struggle dampens CPI(M)'s revival plans - Soudhriti Bhabani, Mail Today
Jaitley warns CAG not to hype its 2G and Coalgate findings for media attention - Mail Today
Rising losses weakening Congress's Rajya Sabha strength - Subodh Ghildiyal, Times of India
BJP prepares for life after Sena, but keeps door open - Ambarish Mishra & Mohua Chatterjee, Times of India
The Congress and the Left have not realized the role they need to play - Mint
Dawood's ISI protection shield is tighter than ever - Rana Banerji, Mail Today
J&K: Rising above partisan politics - Hari Om, Pioneer
CPI(M)’s factionalism comes to the forefront - Pioneer
Sheila, retired hurt? - Pioneer
Will follow Modi model: Fadnavis - Shubhangi Khapre, Indian Express
Say sorry to PM, Amit Shah: BJP rubs it in for Shiv Sena - Shubhangi Khapre, Indian Express
Devendra Fadnavis, CM nominee for Maharashtra, is an urban face with a spotless record - Times of India
Khattar has to deal with Vadra and other issues - Pioneer
Aadhaar gets a second life from Modi - Surabhi Agarwal, Business Standard
Hunt for Dawood goes global after Modi and Obama's joint statement - Mail Today
Mellowed Sena says it will back new BJP govt - Kunal V Shinde, Mail Today
Sena doing it for its own sake at BMC - Krishna Kumar, Economic Times
Govt to have mechanism to address Sangh parivar concerns - Rajesh Ramachandran, Economic Times
BJP ready to form minority govt. - Priyanka Kakodkar, Hindu
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