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    • All pre-election talk of Narendra Modi and Amit Shah being cut down to size evaporated after the Lok Sabha elections were declared. But BJP's confidence to win majority on its own was backed by genius of a strategy, writes Anirban Ganguly
    2019-06-24
    ISSUE DATED | Jun 24, 2019
    2019-06-24
    THE MAGAZINE June 10, 2019
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    National Cover Story: Opinion
    All pre-election talk of Narendra Modi and Amit Shah being cut down to size evaporated after the Lok Sabha elections were declared. But BJP's confidence to win majority on its own was backed by genius of a strategy, writes Anirban Ganguly
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    Zakir Musa, who fought Kashmir's 'religious war', was the 'last' of ISIS-inspired militants who gave up a possible career in engineering
    National Dry Spell
    With reservoirs running dry, Tamil Nadu's water restoration system has struck a controversial note even as the government issues diktat on how the rain god must be appeased!
    National Fluid State
    Lok Sabha rout strains the seams of Congress-JD(S) stitch-up
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