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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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Rajasthan elections: Winds blowing against Vasundhara Raje govt — but Modi manages to rise above - Indian Express
Forget development, BJP will fight the 2019 Elections on Faith - Wire
How Yogi Adityanath has emerged as BJP’s star campaigner in state elections - Abhiram Ghadyalpatil, Mint
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Why Governor Satya Pal Malik’s decision to dissolve J&K Assembly is unconstitutional - Alok Prasanna Kumar, Scroll
Congress follows BJP’s Uttar Pradesh strategy for last leg of campaign in MP - Anshuman Kumar, Economic Times
2019: Is a grand opposition against the BJP possible? - Sanjay Kumar, Bhupender Yadav & Manoj Kumar Jha, Hindu
Rajasthan rumble - Pioneer
CVoter Survey: Assembly polls major test of Narendra Modi's popularity as Congress eyes 4-0 win ahead of 2019 - Sandipan Sharma, Firstpost
BJP awaits star campaigner Narendra Modi, Congress bets on candidates in MP - Vinod Sharma, Hindustan Times
Madhya Pradesh Assembly Poll 2018: Congress may not lose much without BSP - Vikas Pathak, Hindu
Wary Kushwaha flexes muscles, meets Sharad - Deepak K Upreti, Pioneer
Can the Congress stop the Shivraj Singh Chouhan juggernaut? - Times Now
2019 semi-finals begin in C'garh - Pioneer
Muslims find little space in BJP, Congress candidate lists for Madhya Pradesh assembly elections - Punya Priya Mitra, Hindustan Times
The 5 pillars of Rahul Gandhi’s platform against BJP in Madhya Pradesh's saffron stronghold - News18
Road to 2019: With Bihar setting the stage, alliance talks will gain pace in all states now - Times of India
Uncomfortable they might be but JD(U) and BJP need to stay together for 2019 elections’ - Pioneer
To fight BJP: Gowda, Siddaramaiah join hands after 12 years - Kestur Vasuki, Pioneer
Elections in five States: Grand alliance talks on hold for now - Hari Shankar Vyas, Pioneer
All set for Telangana poll - Kalyani Shankar, Pioneer
Eye to State elections, Cong pursues youth - Deepak Kumar Jha, Pioneer
2019 Lok Sabha polls: From where will PM Modi contest? - Hari Shankar Vyas, Pioneer
It is make or break time for the Congress - Rajdeep Sardesai, Hindustan Times
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