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Can Mamata Banerjee unite the Opposition?

Aditi Phadnis: Can Mamata Banerjee unite the opposition?

That she is a popular people's leader cannot be disputed. But equally indisputable is her brand of whimsical politics - one reason everyone is a little wary of coming together under a banner led by Banerjee Business Standard, 2 weeks ago
Can Mamata Banerjee unite the Opposition?, 6 days ago

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Aditi Phadnis: Despite unrest, fruit of labour hasn't gone waste in J&K

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 Businessgyan4 weeks ago

And the state with the most number of jailbreaks is...

UP tops the list for most jailbreaks, reports Aditi Phadnis. IMAGE: Perhaps, the Bhopal authorities should take learn from Tihar Jail in Delhi where till date there have only been six escapes. Reuters photograph published only for representational purposes   Jailbreaks are not new in India, but the model for preventing them has to be Tihar Jail in Delhi where till date, almost 50 years since it was set up, there have been only six escapes. The first person to make an unauthorised exit ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago

Why Amar Singh is back in the Samajwadi Party

Will Amar Singh be the go-between between the SP and Congress, asks Aditi Phadnis.Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/ Amar Singh is back: In the Rajya Sabha, the Samajwadi Party which expelled him several years ago, as well as in Netaji's heart. What role is he going to play? Everyone is looking at the UP assembly elections that the Bharatiya Janata Party desperately needs to win. The victory will not just make a political point; it is also the only way to ensure the BJP holds the initiative ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago Aditi Phadnis: How Amar Singh roiled the SP waters  Business Standard2 months ago

Aditi Phadnis: Season of deal-making in Uttar Pradesh

Amid chatter of an Akhilesh Yadav-led SP and Congress forging a pre-poll alliance, and BJP battling heavy odds in the Dalit space, Mayawati seems to have an edge
 Business Standard4 weeks ago

Will SP lose Muslim voters to Mayawati?

If the Muslims back Mayawati, nothing can stop her from forming the next government in UP, reports Aditi Phadnis. Mayawati's first two major rallies in Uttar Pradesh were in August. She began with Agra, but as the second spot, she strategically chose Azamgarh, the eastern UP constituency that sent Mulayam Singh Yadav to the Lok Sabha (he contested Mainpuri as well as Azamgarh but opted to retain the latter). Her pitch in Azamgarh was less about the attacks on Dalits -- although she referred to ...
 Rediff.com4 weeks ago

Who will Nawaz choose to replace Raheel?

Nawaz Sharif's appointment of a new army chief will influence India-Pakistan relations, says Aditi Phadnis. Given the central role Pakistan is playing in events in the subcontinent, now seems a good time to survey the leadership of the Pakistan army and assess whom Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif could appoint as the next chief of army staff and chairman, joint chiefs of staff committee to replace General Raheel Sharif and General Rashad Mahmood, the incumbents whose terms come to an end in late ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago Aditi Phadnis: The man in uniform  Business Standard1 month ago

Aditi Phadnis: Confusing signals from Pakistan

For India-Pakistan ties, the next 40 days will be the most dangerous
 Business Standard1 month ago Pakistan threat: The next month will be most dangerous  Rediff.com1 month ago

What's all this talk about the Indus Water Treaty?

Aditi Phadnis's simple explainer to the Indus Water Treaty. IMAGE: The Indus river in Gilgit. Photograph: Akhtar Soomro/Reuters What does the Indus Water Treaty involve? Signed in 1960 after 10 years of negotiation, the Indus Water Treaty has stood the test of political tensions better than everything else India and Pakistan have negotiated. Who is involved? As in all other matters in the subcontinent, this is a marriage involving three countries -- China, India and Pakistan. The Indus and the ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago

Why Siddaramaiah and the Congress are sinking in Karnataka

Siddaramaiah seems overwhelmed by problems coming at him from every direction, reports Aditi Phadnis. If it is happening, it is happening in Karnataka. Two sedition cases have been filed in Bengaluru in less than a month, which has to be a record. The most benign of all state capitals in India, filing cases against supposed anti-India traitors at the rate of one a fortnight? What is going on? The fact is authority is slipping from the hands of Chief Minister Siddaramaiah. Still trying to come ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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