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Sena needs alliance desperately; BJP can do without it: Poll

This opinion poll found out also how the Congress and NCP would fare without an alliance; like the Shiv Sena, they will both regret it

Sitharaman hailed by all except Congress, CPM

A list of people who praised the decision of the government to drastically cut corporate taxes and those who questioned or critiqued the move

Digvijaya in the eye of a raging political storm in MP

The view that Digvijaya was the real power behind Kamal Nath has been around ever since the Congress was voted to power in December 2018

Assam Congress a house divided over NRC

Differences have cropped up in the Congress' Assam unit over the NRC, with a former chief minister describing it as a 'waste paper' and a Lok Sabha MP of the party terming it a 'historic scientific document'

Arif Khan, advocate of reform in Islam, becomes Kerala guv

The newly appointed governor, Arif Khan said, "It's an opportunity to serve...It is a great opportunity for me to know...God's own country."

Hajela, officer behind NRC, thinks he’s done a helluva job

Interestingly, the names of Prateek Hajela himself and his daughter were missing from the first NRC draft published on 31 December 2017

Muraleedharan mocks Tharoor’s ‘Oxford English’

Responding to a jibe by Tharoor, Muraleedharan said even though he had quit the Congress, he had never supported the BJP or sought its favour

Kamal Nath makes light of Scindia’s ‘rebellion’

'I don't think that Jyotiraditya Scindia is unhappy,' Kamal Nath told reporters when asked whether the scion of the Gwalior royal family was miffed with the Congress leadership in Madhya Pradesh

Before appealing for civility in public discourse, Modi had turned 10...

Referring to the "spirit of new India", Modi said a culture in which aspiration became a bad word was perpetrated for many years. Doors opened depending on one's surname or contacts

‘Hate for BJP planted among minorities for 70 years’

Union Minister Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi said, however, that the effect of this 'poison' was now receding