Politics/Nation
The hand that steadies the cradle - Kalyani Shankar, Pioneer
Sonia Gandhi may be toying with the idea of retirement from politics but the Congress needs her on many counts — to bridge the new and old guard, negotiate with the Opposition front and chaperone Priyanka in the post-Pulwama scenario.
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Does an everyone else-versus-Modi approach actually help the BJP in the long run? - Rohan Venkataramakrishnan, Scroll
Cong, JD(S) to contest 2019 LS polls together - Kestur Vasuki, Pioneer
BJP electoral juggernaut stalls on Opposition unity - Vikas Pathak, Hindu
Karnataka, Kairana debacles make BJP's mission to penetrate into Telugu states an uphill task - K Nageshwar, Firstpost
Not just seats, BJP losing vote share too - Times of India
Cong-JDS ministry expansion delayed as senior partner demands plum posts - Economic Times
Jats kingmakers in Kairana battle - Deepak K Upreti, Pioneer
Show of Opp unity on display - Kestur Vasuki, Pioneer
Roots of Parliamentary democracy - VK Bahuguna, Pioneer
Why the media was wrong about Karnataka results - Swapan Dasgupta, Times of India
Blame Cong for installing 3rd ranker JD(S) in power - Swapan Dasgupta, Pioneer
BSY confident in touch-&-go test - Kestur Vasuki, Pioneer
Karnataka assembly elections: PM Modi’s compliment to dent Cong vote, benefit JD(S)? - Rakesh Prakash, Times of India
SP-BSP not 'friends' in Karnataka - Business Standard
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
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