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It's Love By Half
National Magazine April 01, 2019
With Prafulla Kumar Mahanta at the helm, the AGP came to power twice, but now the party he founded is on the verge of a split.
The Many Challenges For AIADMK In Lok Sabha Polls
National Magazine April 01, 2019
Dhinakaran and a sex scandal threaten AIADMK’s chances in this summer’s parliamentary polls
Shah Faesal, Kashmir And The Valley's Politics
National Magazine April 01, 2019
In Shah Faesal, the NC sees a bees-saal-baad reflection
PILs: From Public Interest To 'Publicity Interest' Litigations
National Magazine April 01, 2019
Flimsy petitions are simply clutter to be dealt with by judges in absence of a filtering mechanism. And they’ve been stacking up.
Joining The SDG Dots
National Magazine April 01, 2019
The time for a piecemeal approach to sustainable development is long past
India's Chanakyas: Meet The 'Backroom Boys' Of Top Political Leaders
National Magazine April 01, 2019
Indira Gandhi had R.K. Dhawan. Rajiv had his elite cabal. But the ‘backroom boys’ of the 21st century are an evolving species.
In-House The ­Surgeries
National Magazine April 01, 2019
Trans-border ops may have more optic value, but internal security needs a revamp
Lok Sabha Elections 2019: Measuring The Mood Of Gujarat Voters
National Magazine March 25, 2019
Nationalism reigns over much of Modi’s home state, giving BJP a post-Pulwama glow. But there are sullen sections of society that stand aloof.
Our Man In Bastar
National Magazine March 25, 2019
Will new Chhattisgarh BJP chief Vikram Usendi, a tribal face from Bastar, help reverse the fortunes of a party in the state?
Ahead Of Elections, Sabarimala Presents Itself As a Political Fruit Ripe For Plucking
National Magazine March 25, 2019
Sabarimala became a politically combustible issue after the CPI(M)-led LDF government vowed, some say too hastily, to implement the SC order.
The Wave Is Modi
National Magazine March 25, 2019
Mangalore, and coastal Karnataka, is a BJP stronghold. Over the past three decades, dominant communities such as the Bunts have largely shifted to the BJP.
68% Rise In 'Near Misses' In Indian Skies In 2018, Reveals RTI
National Magazine March 25, 2019
About 20,000 fliers on 94 flights escaped a collision in 2018
Ban On Jam­aat-e-Islami Jammu & Kashmir Draws Flak In Valley
National Magazine March 25, 2019
This is the third ban in the history of Jam­aat-e-Islami Jammu & Kashmir founded in 1942.
War And Polls Make A Volatile Mix
National Magazine March 25, 2019
We need regulations that safeguard national security during political campaigns by preventing military operations from being drawn into the arena
Through The Mizo PRISM: A Political Party Seeks To Contest Polls On Issue Of Secession
National Magazine March 25, 2019
The People’s Repre­sentation for Identity and Status of Mizo­ram (PRISM) intends to take their cause right to Parliament, provided it can win the lone Lok Sabha seat in the state.
Why Odisha Govt's KALIA Scheme Has Run Into Rough Weather
National Magazine March 25, 2019
Odisha ‘game-changer’ scheme is beset with irregularities
AAP Govt Fixed A Broken State Schooling System, But Glitches Remain
National Magazine March 25, 2019
Many agree that the Kejriwal government did bring education into focus and infused energy into a moribund system that ran a thousand-odd schools in Delhi. But there is a flip side to the feel-good story.
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