Politics/Nation
BJP plans it big for Kerala Assembly polls - VR Jayaraj, Pioneer
Credibility, integrity and clean image will be the main criteria for the Kerala BJP in selecting its candidates for the coming Assembly election in which it hopes not just to “open account” but to become a decisive force in the State’s legislative process as well. The preparations of the party for the crucial polls have already reached the final stage.
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Karnataka assembly elections: Why Congress, BJP face an uphill task to win over divided Dalits - ManuAiyappa Kanathanda, Times of India
Karnataka Assembly Election 2018: BJP putting up a brave face, but not gaining the electoral traction it hoped for - TR Gopalakrishnan, Firstpost
How the Lotus bloomed: A look back in time - Anirban Ganguly, Pioneer
Realignment in Bihar? Nitish, Paswan come closer for Dalit votes - Faizan Ahmad, Pioneer
Sharad Pawar’s mantra: Anti-BJP parties must give up anti-Congressism - Vinod Sharma, Hindustan Times
Politics over caste - Pioneer
In election year, only 30 per cent of 18-19 age group are enrolled as voters - Shyamlal Yadav, Indian Express
Is the Opposition heading for an oops moment? - Ishan Joshi, Pioneer
Karnataka poll fever hits a high pitch - Vikram Gopal, Hindustan Times
Sharad Pawar plays ‘United Opposition’ card against BJP; Mamata agrees - CL Manoj, Economic Times
Rahul Gandhi and Congress apart, triple anti-incumbency looms as major threat to Narendra Modi's return in 2019 - Amitabh Tiwari, Firstpost
Mamata Banerjee's anti-Rahul Gandhi stand may force Congress to play a secondary role in 2019 - Sandipan Sharma, Firstpost
Mayawati stresses on improving grassroots connectivity with Samajwadi Party - Sanjay Singh, Economic Times
Mamata in Delhi to meet opposition leaders: Anti-Modi front to get new push? - Mausami Singh, India Today
Mayawati seeks support of 10 ‘dedicated’ SP MLAs - Pankaj Shah, Times of India
No-trust motion: Widening cracks in the NDA - Kalyani Shankar, Pioneer
Team Rahul Gandhi set to take charge of Congress, several top leaders resign - Zee News
It won't be easy for an SP-BSP alliance to take on the BJP in 2019 - Saubhik Chakrabarti, Economic Times
Rahul’s aggression and admission of problems is fine but his party must be ready for an overhaul - Pioneer
K’taka plays ‘Lingayats not Hindu’ card - Kestur Vasuki, Pioneer
Didi, KCR agree on non-Congress federal Opp bid - Saugar Sengupta & Omer Farooq, Pioneer
BJP tactics baffle Opposition - Pioneer
Modi seeks Manik ka saath in Tripura as Biplab becomes CM - Prabin Kalita, Times of India
In eastern UP bypolls, BSP goes door-to-door, seeks votes for Samajwadi Party - Lalmani Verma & Sarah Hafeez, Indian Express
After the Tripura setback - Srinivasan Ramani, Hindu
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