Politics/Nation
Survey predicts Lotus bloom in Kerala - VR Jayaraj, Pioneer
The BJP may open account in the Kerala Assembly in the election to be held in less than three months, a survey has predicted. The survey result has also suggested that 92-year-old CPI(M) leader VS Achuthanandan, Opposition Leader in the Assembly, is still the most popular political leader in the State and that the Congress-led ruling UDF is unlikely to retain power.
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On BJP's radar: Kerala and Bengal - Rajdeep Sardesai, Hindustan Times
The colour factor in Indian politics - Amit Ahuja, Pioneer
Both experience and stature make Venkaiah Naidu the right choice as Vice President - Pioneer
No end in sight to Bihar crisis - Amarnath Tewary, Hindu
Before Ram Nath Kovind vs Meira Kumar, a look at biggest, closest victory margins in presidential elections - India Today
Rahul Gandhi in a quandary on party's leadership in States - Hari Shankar Vyas, Pioneer
Is Nitish Kumar on a losing wicket? - Amulya Ganguli, Economic Times
Sonia Gandhi speaks to Lalu Prasad, Nitish Kumar to save Bihar Grand Alliance - Economic Times
Amit Shah sets sight on Delhi, looks to end BJP's 20-year exile - Rakesh Ranjan, India Today
JD(U), RJD head for split over Tejashwi - Akhilesh Singh & Piyush Tripathi, Times of India
As Bihar alliance wobbles, Nitish Kumar gets 2 calls from the Gandhis - Shuchi Shukla, NDTV
Tejashwi wants to keep his seat, Nitish his clean image - Sanjay Singh, Economic Times
Punjab 3rd state to waive farm loans, to take Rs 24,000 crore hit - Times of India
NDA's Presidential candidate: Dalit face from UP, Ram Nath Kovind could help BJP in 2019 polls - Shyamlal Yadav, Indian Express
AIADMK has no option but to support BJP's presidential pick - Dennis S Jesudasan, Hindu
If history has its way, Prez poll will see a contest - DNA
Presidential polls: Will support NDA candidate, Mulayam Singh Yadav says - Times of India
Didi's clever Gorkha gambit has pushed BJP to the wall - Abheek Barman, Times of India
New Dalit icons are emerging in UP as the BJP' tightens its reins in UP - Rajesh Kumar Singh, Hindustan Times
Yet another round of Opposition unity - Kalyani Shankar, Pioneer
Modi govt gears up for 2019 polls with 'a project a day' - Dipak K Dash, Times of India
Long and short of a front - Pioneer
Congress Party may defer internal elections in poll-bound states - Indian Express
In Congress stronghold, Amit Shah sets 150-seat target for BJP in Gujarat - Rohit Bhan, NDTV
Changing face of Indian politics - Rajvir Sharma, Pioneer
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