Lok Sabha Elections: The Amritsar Campaign
Snapshot Punjab
Amritsar is the most prestigious contest in Punjab for the BJP, which fielded a Sikh here this...
Post-Cyclone
Cyclone Fani took Naveen Patnaik's Odisha government and the common man by surprise. A state that...
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Twenty gunmen of the infamous Ikhwan group massacred Ghulam Dar's family for voting for National...
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Ranjan Gogoi is grabbing headlines for all the wrong reasons. He made a telling impact when he...
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Opinion
Even Narendra Modi’s opponents have sustained the image of the man being a master orator. That...
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    2019-06-24
    ISSUE DATED | Jun 24, 2019
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    THE MAGAZINE May 27, 2019
    National Cover Story
    With neither BJP-led NDA nor the Congress-led UPA sure of forming the government, a fractured verdict on May 23 will bring regional parties into focus. The possibilities are manifold with every party expected to extract their pound of flesh
    National Cover Story
    In states like Bihar where the electorate is heavily divided by caste, strategic alliances with little-known parties can make or break the dreams of bigger political players aiming for a piece of the cherry cake at the Centre
    National Cover Story
    Sometimes driven by personal agenda or social issues like corruption, maverick Tamil leaders chew away crucial votes making bipolar contests a humdinger
    National Cover Story
    With talk of a hung Parliament doing the rounds, who will be India's next Prime Minister? Former secretary-general of the Lok Sabha Subhash C Kashyap tells Puneet Nicholas Yadav the options the President of India have
    National Cover Story
    Even as the Citizenship Amendment Bill remains a sore point, BJP's future in North-eastern states of Assam, Meghalaya and Mizoram is delicately poised
    National Interview
    Congress president Rahul Gandhi speaks on a range of issues—from Modi, the economy, political openness, the generational change in Congress to the charge of being the BJP’s B-team among others.
    National Snapshot Punjab
    Amritsar is the most prestigious contest in Punjab for the BJP, which fielded a Sikh here this time—Hardeep Singh Puri, minister of state for ­housing and urban development in the Modi government.
    National Moot Point
    Ranjan Gogoi is grabbing headlines for all the wrong reasons. He made a telling impact when he became the Chief Justice of India but his reputation has taken a beating
    National Post-Cyclone
    Cyclone Fani took Naveen Patnaik's Odisha government and the common man by surprise. A state that took pride in disaster management was found wanting as basic necessities like power, water and polythene were hard to get
    National Spend Sheet
    If social media is a rage, how can political parties be far behind? And when it's election time, propaganda rules the roost. Facebook ran all the way to the bank through paid advertisements from BJP and Congress
    National Delayed/Denied
    Twenty gunmen of the infamous Ikhwan group massacred Ghulam Dar's family for voting for National Conference. Two alleged killers are now on Kashmir police's radar
    National Opinion
    Even Narendra Modi’s opponents have sustained the image of the man being a master orator. That couldn’t be further from the truth.
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