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DOLA MITRA

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PRAGYA SINGH

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West Bengal's finance minister Amit Mitra on how the state has booted sentiment as much as investment
PRAGYA SINGH INTERVIEWS AMIT MITRA
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ESPIONAGE
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ASHUTOSH SHARMA
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“Isn’t it the government that sends our men across the border? They should be treated as soldiers.”
ASHUTOSH SHARMA
OPINION
If the Centre can function without President’s rule, surely the states too can. So why do we still have Article 356 in our Constitution?
RAJEEV DHAVAN
MAHARASHTRA
Fadnavis loses his man to political discomfort over the idea of a divided Maharashtra
PRACHI PINGLAY-PLUMBER
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ADVAITA KALA
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AJAY SUKUMARAN
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