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What the shattered AAP dream tells us about ourselves - Chetan Bhagat, Economic Times
A quick online check reveals an economy class return ticket to London costs Rs 45,000 for next week. A business class ticket, which gets you flat beds, lounges and exotic wines, costs around Rs 2 lakh. However, even this mode of travel was not good enough for one AAP minister, going by news reports. He preferred to travel first class, which is a whopping Rs 4 lakh to London. Of course, ministers don't pay for these tickets themselves.
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Foreign policy options after May 23 verdict - KC SINGH, Deccan Chronicle
Reality check for Chacko - A Surya Prakash, Pioneer
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In a state of turmoil - Kumar Chellappan, Pioneer
Is the Election Commission toothless or is it refusing to bite? - Anuradha Raman, Hindu
History speaks for itself - B Deepanjali, Pioneer
Prize fight buzz in Varanasi - Kalyani Shankar, Pioneer
The missing challenger - Sandhya Jain, Pioneer
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Is India’s anti-satellite test a game-changer? - D. Raghunandan & Rajeswari Pillai Rajagopalan, Hindu
Manmohan Singh vs Narendra Modi: The real India growth story - Vivek Kaul, Indian Express
For BJP, mahagathbandhan in UP: ground reality vs best-case - Ravish Tiwari, Indian Express
Is Jat-Gujjar vote BJP’s answer to UP gathbandhan? - Pankaj Shah, Times of India
Alliance fears in UP - Pioneer
Making false promises - A Surya Prakash, Pioneer
A festival of rash promises - Ashok Gulati, Indian Express
‘Confident’ Modi all set for second term - Swapan Dasgupta, Pioneer
Priyanka to take on Modi? - Pioneer
Analysing elections in India - Jaishri Jethwaney & Dr Samir Kapur, Pioneer
From Visionary to Chowkidar – Political messaging then and now - Sevanti Ninan, Wire
Manohar Parrikar: The Chief Minister next door - Nitin Gadkari, Indian Express
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