Politics/Nation
The NDA must pull back on the citizenship amendment bill - Hindustan Times
The Citizenship Amendment Bill — which provides for the grant of Indian citizenship to non-Muslims of Pakistan, Afghanistan and Bangladesh — is among the most contentious legislations in India’s recent history. Pushed fiercely by the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), it was passed in the Lok Sabha on January 10. The National Democratic Alliance (NDA) government now hopes to get it cleared in the Rajya Sabha though it lacks the numbers on its own in the Upper House. This actually creates room for a rethink on the amendment itself.
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2019 polls: ‘Mission 123’ to win seats lost five years ago a challenge for BJP - Vijdan Kawoosa, Hindustan Times
Narendra Modi's interview to ANI shows he's positioning himself as the insurgent once again in 2019 - Aashish Chandorkar, Firstpost
Mohan Bhagwat unsure about result of 2019 Lok Sabha polls? - Shishir Arya, Times of India
Monotony of our political discourse - Kalyani Shankar, Pioneer
After mixed 2018, Mamata Didi eyes the Kingmaker role - Madhuparna Das, Economic Times
Narendra Modi’s chances of returning to power in 2019 elections are 50-50 - Swaminathan A Aiyar, Economic Times
Bolstered by poll victory, Rahul keen on solo fight - Hari Shankar Vyas, Pioneer
The optics of the Third Front - Ajay Gudavarthy, Hindu
Cong to placate SP with MP berth to salvage UP alliance - Deepak Kumar Jha, Pioneer
2019 Lok Sabha polls: Akhilesh to go for non-Cong front - Pioneer
‘Pappu Pass Ho Gaya’ - Pioneer
The year of a few hits and misses - Kalyani Shankar, Pioneer
Federal Front staggers - Deepak Kumar Jha & Omer Farooq, Pioneer
Stalin’s ‘RaGa as PM’ pitch fails to enthuse Opp - Kumar Chellappan, Pioneer
Kamal Nath’s faux pas - Pioneer
Congress has to tread carefully - Kalyani Shankar, Pioneer
No salvation in shooting the reformist - Bindu Dalmia, Pioneer
The rocky road to 2019 - Kalyani Shankar, Pioneer
Congress wins to redraw 2019 battle equations - CL Manoj, Economic Times
Sachin: The Pilot who helped drive Congress to victory in Rajasthan - Hindustan Times
After BJP Loss, Yashwant Sinha's Victory Mantra To Opposition For 2019 - Vaibhav Tiwari, NDTV
If it was not anger against Shivraj Singh Chouhan government, what accounts for BJP's loss in MP? - Akash Bisht, Scroll
As BJP rolls into West Bengal with four yatras, Trinamool’s ‘purity’ rallies to follow close behind - Aritra Bhattacharya, Scroll
High turnout in Madhya Pradesh polls doesn't indicate anti-incumbency or pro-Opposition trend, other factors matter - Debobrat Ghose, Firstpost
Rajasthan elections: Winds blowing against Vasundhara Raje govt — but Modi manages to rise above - Indian Express
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