Politics/Nation
Congress turning back to the old guard - Kalyani Shankar, Pioneer
Leaders who had been apprehensive about their future under the leadership of Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi are now heaving a sigh of relief after they got clear signals from Congress president Sonia Gandhi that she still depends on them. Party leaders are now assured that they will not become a vanishing tribe.
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KCR meets DMK leaders, set to meet other regional leaders: Eight points for federal front to consider - K Nageshwar, Firstpost
T-Andhra Guv's move kicks up political storm - Omer Farooq, Pioneer
Queer twist to AIADMK-BJP tie-up plan - Kumar Chellappan, Pioneer
Karnataka Assembly Elections 2018: Survey predicts BJP, Congress neck and neck; JD(S) to play kingmaker - IndiaTv News
In political mess, DMK invokes secession ideas - Balbir Punj, Pioneer
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
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