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Pawar prefers Nitish over Congress

Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar received a huge endorsement from Nationalist Congress Party chief Sharad Pawar, who, at present, considers him as the best possible candidate to lead an anti BJP front in the country. In other words, Pawar has ... Sunday Guardian Live, 4 weeks ago
India Today

Can Cong, regional parties work together to build an anti-BJP federal front?

As regional leaders try to build a federal front against the BJP, it's hard to say who needs whom more desperately- the Congress or its potential allies. In the middle of conch-blaring celebrations at Kalighat in south Kolkata, dancing on the ...
 India Today9 hours ago
Financial Express

A revived BJP needs a revised policy plan

Narendra Modi had little national political experience in dealing with the opposition parties. His administrative experience was in running one cohesive state in which his success was exaggerated. The Modi government had a spectacular victory in ...
 Financial Express2 days ago

Even Congress will back GST bill: Jaitley

The finance minister is "reasonably confident" that when it comes to the crunch, "it would be extremely difficult even for the Congress party to take a contrarian view" on the GST Bill.Rashme Sehgal reports for Finance Minister Arun Jaitley expressed confidence that the Goods and Services Tax Bill would be passed in the Monsoon Session of Parliament given that the majority of regional parties, including United Progressive Alliance allies like the Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam and the ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago Reasonably confident of GST Bill passage in monsoon session: Jaitley  Times of Oman2 weeks ago

From Free Speech to Party Politics

In the last month, India has witnessed a great deal of debate with regards to the topic of freedom of speech. Unfortunately, as is often the case in states and societies with an authoritarian tilt, the free speech debate has been hijacked and turned ...
 ZNet2 months ago

Indian Stalinists ally with US-backed anti-corruption parties in Tamil Nadu

In allying with US-backed anti-corruption parties in the Tamil Nadu elections, the People's Welfare Front (PWF) of Stalinist and Tamil-nationalist parties is seeking to perpetrate a political fraud. The PWF's constituent parties, which have served ...
 World Socialist Web Site2 months ago


The article below represents a preview only and is not meant for reuse or republishing. Mumbai, May 20 -- Shiv Sena chief Uddhav Thackeray on Thursday said the results of the Assembly elections in five states show that regional parties are being ...
 HT Syndication1 week ago
Manorama Online

And the next President is...

The huge turnout of dignitaries from across the political spectrum for the 75th birthday celebrations of Sharad Pawar in Delhi has triggered speculation that the Maratha leader may emerge as a consensus candidate for president's post when Pranab ...
 Manorama Online3 weeks ago Looking beyond numbers  Manorama Online3 weeks ago

Left parties dilemmas in Tamil Nadu

Chennai : As the age-old maxim goes, squaring a circle is logically impossible. But it also lays bare the most unseemly contradictions and pragmatic combinations in the real life-world, more so in politics in an open, democratic society. For the ...
 Deccan Chronicle2 months ago
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