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Scindia hurt and angry

JyotiradityaScindia is the angry young man of the Congress Party. Circumstances for him have taken a U-turn. Once he was considered a chief ministerial candidate for Madhya Pradesh but Kamal Nath and Digvijay jointly turned the tables against him and … Continue reading

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Struggling to make a mark

JAGAT Prakash Nadda, the Party President of the BJP, has a major task ahead in the reshuffle of office bearers. It is to be seen whether Nadda will have his own team or keep working under the shadow of Amit … Continue reading

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New CVC and CIC

Sanjay Kothari, a 1978-batch IAS officer of the Haryana cadre, Secretary to the President of India, has been appointed as the new Chief Vigilance Commissioner of India. The new Central Information Commissioner is Bimal Julka, a 1979-batch IAS officer of … Continue reading

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Goyal is in a hurry

PIYUSH Vedprakash Goyal currently holds two important portfolios–Railways and Commerce–in the Government of India. He is an old RSS hand. His father Ved Prakash Goyal was also the treasurer of the BJP and has served as the Minister in Vajpayee … Continue reading

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Welcome…

ONCE you become a national leader from a local leader, it has its own consequences. BJP’s president Jagat Prakash Nadda hails from Himachal Pradesh. Though he has been a minister in the cabinet, he has never been a mass leader. … Continue reading

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Dushyant in a hurry

DUSHYANT Chautala, the Deputy Chief Minister of Haryana, appears to be a man in a hurry. He has been allotted the plump 11 portfolios which include excise and taxation, development and panchayats, industry and commerce, food and civil supplies departments, … Continue reading

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Shadow of corruption

CHINTAN baithaks’ (concern meetings) are being organised within the RSS. There are two concerns of the top RSS leadership. One, how to deal with the uprising against CAA-NPR-NRC. Two, the menace of corruption and its penetration among the RSS organisation … Continue reading

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Change is in the air

THE dynamics within the Rajya Sabha will change this year as 69 members of the house will retire in 2020. One nominated member veteran advocate K.T.S Tulsi is retiring in February. As many as 51 members will retire in April … Continue reading

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RSS on wait and watch

MOST politicians who are out of the RSS’ sphere of influence are anxious to know where the ‘cultural organisation’ stands on the Citizenship Amendment Act or economic slowdown. Almost two-thirds of India has been grappling with demonstrations and violence. So, … Continue reading

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Priyanka for Congress

SEASONED political observers are confused by the acute reluctance of the Congress party to seize the narrative following the country-wide agitation that broke out after the Citizenship Amendment Act was passed by the Parliament. They feel that the Congress missed … Continue reading

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