Politics/Nation
Shivpal Yadav cuts lonely figure post EC announcement: Ticket CM de rahe hain - Lalmani Verma, Indian Express
Until Monday, he was the SP heavyweight, the one who posed the most serious challenge to his nephew’s claim to the party crown. But the morning after the Election Commission awarded the cycle poll symbol of the SP to Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav, Shivpal Yadav cut a lonely figure, deserted by the last of his loyalists.
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Bihar fiasco may hit Rahul Gandhi's ascension plans - Economic Times
Nitish Kumar's wapsi - Pioneer
Nitish back in NDA: In embrace this time, BJP has the upper hand - Vandita Mishra, Indian Express
Nitish jumps camp - Neerja Chowdhury, Times of India
Has Lalu Prasad come to the end of road? - Kalyani Shankar, Pioneer
No Rajya Sabha seat for Sitaram Yechury, Kerala CM Pinarayi Vijayan says role as party head more crucial - Liz Mathew, Indian Express
Nitish Kumar throws a lifeline to RJD, Tejashwi Yadav - Sreeparna Chakrabarty, Asian Age
Mayawati’s choice: Join the herd or perish - T K Arun, Economic Times
Alliance in Bihar key for Congress and JD(U) to stay strong - Economic Times
Bihar alliance rift: JD(U) hits out at Congress - Piyush Tripathi, Times of India
Mayawati’s desperation - Pioneer
Cong's Gujarat pillar falls - Nayan Dave, Pioneer
Life comes a full circle for Gujarat strongman Shankersinh Vaghela - DP Bhattacharya, Economic Times
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
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