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Can Sidhu’s ‘treachery’ clip Sachin Pilot’s wings in Rajasthan?

Rajasthan is not Punjab, nor is Sachin Pilot another Navjyot Singh Sidhu. So, parallels cannot be drawn between the two Political Correspondent, Jaipur: When Navjot Singh Sidhu scripted the exit of Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh, speculations ran rife of Rajasthan seeing change in leadership and of the old guard handing over the baton to...

Rajinikanth says no plan to enter politics in future, dissolves outfit

Superstar Rajinikanth on Monday said he has no intention of entering politics and disbanded the Rajini Makal Manram (RMM) or the Rajini People’s Forum, indicating an end of his political aspirations. On Monday, he stated that since he had no plans to enter politics in the future, he was disbanding the RMM. His fans would...

#Column: Inefficient MPs, MLAs failing to raise peoples’ concerns; bureaucrats taking them for a ride

Shankersinh Vaghela: Politics has undergone a sea change in the country. These days, anyone, however inefficient he or she may be, can get elected to power and often blessed with important positions in the governance system. Such representatives of people have a poor understanding of the ground realities prevalent in their constituencies and end up...
High time for Congress to think of national interest & stop playing petty politics: Amit Shah

High time for Congress to think of national interest & stop playing petty politics: Amit Shah

Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Thursday slammed the Congress, saying it is playing “petty politics” over the novel coronavirus outbreak and asked it to think about national interest, instead of misleading the people. Shah’s comments came hours after Congress president Sonia Gandhi criticised the government for the “unplanned” implementation of...

Kamal exits, Mama to return to power with Maharaj’s support

The suspense in the Madhya Pradesh political thriller finally ended on Friday, with Chief Minister Kamal Nath tendering his resignation ahead of the crucial trust vote. Nath’s resignation was expected as last-ditch efforts to woo the rebel Congress MLAs failed and the Congress government with its wafer-thin majority gone was almost certain to lose the...