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One election: A lost proposition - Bindu Dalmia, Pioneer
With the Bharatiya Janata Party’s (BJP) sense of renewed political invincibility after its massive win in Uttar Pradesh, expectations were rife of Prime Minister Narendra Modi pushing for what he has long been rooting for: One nation, One election. But two factors may now weigh against the BJP’s enthusiasm in propagating the one-election idea. First, the party’s pyrrhic victory in Gujarat and with the 2G verdict acquitting all the scam tainted of the UPA II, it has pulled out of Modi’s hands the anti-graft moral high  ground which has been a major poll plank that most of his campaign strike is built on.
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It’s BJP all the way - Nayan Dave, Pioneer
Rahul must unlearn Sonia’s tactics and borrow from copybooks of Indira & Sanjay - Nilanjan Mukhopadhyay, Economic Times
Gujarat election: Amid rising Patel discourse, BJP seeks to mobilise other backward castes to make up for lost votes - Amitesh, Firstpost
Aiyar’s ‘neech’ remark row haunts Congress just before Gujarat elections - Hiral Dave, Hindustan Times
Polls Rahul’s first test, other challenges ahead - Sharmistha Mukherjee, Deccan Chronicle
How Patels emerged as the X-factor in Gujarat elections - Anuja, Mint
Voting trends show a clear rural-urban divide for Cong., BJP in Gujarat - Srinivasan Ramani & Vignesh Radhakrishnan, Hindu
Rahul's Somnath visit is a gimmick - Anirban Ganguly, Pioneer
Narendra Modi's charisma may still work in Gujarat but GST, demonetisation will complicate polls - Darshan Desai, Firstpost
Gujarat polls: PAAS-Congress Patidar reservation plan will face many constitutional hurdles - Mohitkumar Daga, Economic Times
Gujarat Assembly Election 2017: Hardik Patel, Congress bite more than they can chew - RK Misra, FreePressJournal
Rahul Takes The Leap - Neerja Chowdhury, Times of India
Congress' Gujarat battle is far from over - Kalyani Shankar, Pioneer
Rahul Gandhi-Tejashwi Yadav lunch meet triggers speculation about political equations in Bihar - DNA
Chitrakoot bypoll: Congress’s fresh gains leave BJP worried in Madhya Pradesh - Abhiram Ghadyalpatil, Mint
Bitter battle in the Queen of Hills - Pioneer
Gujarat polls: Rahul Gandhi is not the change voters are looking for - Anupam Mishra, Hindustan Times
Politics makes for strange bedfellows - Kalyani Shankar, Pioneer
Yogi Adityanath promises a 100m idol of Ram: Why UP likes playing statue, statue - Rajesh Kumar Singh, Hindustan Times
Mukul to be used to break Didi's party? - Saugar Sengupta, Pioneer
Gujarat elections: Congress gives Hardik Patel three options - Vicky Nanjappa, One India
With eye on Gujarat polls, state BJP meet to begin brainstorming on final candidate list - Zee News
Himachal poll campaign hits new lows - Kalyani Shankar, Pioneer
Ab ki baar BJP sarkar in Himachal Pradesh? - Nidhi Sharma, Economic Times
Political corridors buzz as PM Narendra Modi meets DMK president M Karunanidhi - V Prem Shanker, Economic Times
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