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Before And After Bharat Jodo Yatra
Who is better suited to be the prime minister of India? The number of respondents backing Narendra Modi as the PM was double that of those who wanted to see Rahul Gandhi in the same post
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Post-independence Yatras Of Significance
Janata Party president Chandra Shekhar embarked on a 4,260 km, 190-day-long Bharat Yatra from Kanyakumari to Rajghat to highlight the alleged misrule of Indira Gandhi Lal Krishna Advani launched the Ram Rath Yatra from Somnath to Ayodhya to consolida
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Soaring Spirit
What better way to lift aggrieved spirits than fly a kite or two? Makar Sankranti in Gujarat is celebrated as Uttarayan, a kite-flying festival, where the who’s who participate. Union home minister Amit Shah was in hometown Ahmedabad that weekend as
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Nepal’s Flying Coffins
Flight 9N-ANC departs from Kathmandu Last position data from the aircraft gathered by Flightradar24 receivers The last signal received from the aircraft at an altitude of 2,875 ft. Pokhara Airport elevation is approximately 2,700 ft above mean sea le
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Making It Easy
HOW OFTEN DO WE DWELL on the origins of the food on our plate? For instance, chingri malai kari, which literally translates to ‘prawns in a creamy curry’, gives one an impression that the prawns are cooked in a creamy, milk-derived concoction. In Kar
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TAMIL NADU A Huh for Adventure Tourism
Tamil Nadu is home to abundant natural resources and scenic spots. These include a beautiful coastline that is nearly 1,100 kilometres long, the second-longest of any state in the country. This coast is home to several pristine beaches as well as the
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The Nine Tests Of 2023
With the tussle between Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot and his former deputy Sachin Pilot unresolved and anti-incumbency running high, the party is doing a good job of ruining its chances The tussle over the CM’s post saw Jyotiraditya Scindia depart to
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Skirting Beyond The Borders
The storm over Belagavi has somewhat receded after a scrappy, acrimonious December. But local authorities in the city that’s at the centre of a long-festering border dispute between Maharashtra and Karnataka haven’t let down their guard. Earlier this
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The Demands Pile Up
As you touch National Highway 5 upon leaving Punjab’s largest town, Ludhiana, the lush green fields of wheat, covered with a thick blanket of fog in peak winters, continue to travel with you. Along the way, at regular intervals, the sweet aroma of su
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Sweet Signal
Though West Bengal chief minister Mamata Banerjee insists that January 5 is her birthday only on official record and not the actual one, gifts don’t stop coming her way on the day. The prime minister sends greetings too. This year, Didi had a surpris
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Fencing Match
In the first fiat of the new year, Andhra Pradesh chief minister Y.S. Jagan Mohan Reddy banned road shows across the state—a move observers feel is targeted at stifling a resurgent Telugu Desam Party (TDP), its main rival in the state. The restrictio
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Stirred Up
Since July, farmers were laying siege to a liquor factory in Ferozepur (right), accusing it of polluting the environment. The AAP government finally ordered its closure on Jan. 17 In October, a BKU faction laid siege to CM Bhagwant Mann’s house in Sa
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The Yatra Through The Opinion Polls
What do you think of the Bharat Jodo Yatra by the Congress? It’s a great exercise by the party for mass connect 29% It has created a buzz, but the party doesn’t have the organisational muscle and leadership to win elections 36.8% It’s a re-branding e
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‘ Those Were The Days’
Q. How do you remember your father? My father Jan Nisar Akhtar once said to me that beta (son), it is easy to write in difficult language, but it is very difficult to write in easy language. You can write in simple language only when your thoughts ar
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Aiming For Independence
The outcome of wars has been influenced by artillery for centuries. It retains its importance on the battlefield, as the conflict in Ukraine shows. Despite Indian artillery proving its mettle in the 1999 Kargil war, the Indian military has been short
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The Bombay Spirit
On a recent Sunday, Mumbaikars descended upon Sassoon Dock, one of the city’s oldest and a busy fishing harbour. This was, however, not to buy fresh catch of the day but to capture artworks adorning the walls of the commercial buildings in the area.
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Ode To A Friend
When a director’s first film is an all-time classic—in this case, Jaane Bhi Do Yaaro (1983)—his life is primed for the tough-act-to-follow storyline. Mercifully, Kundan Shah has directed at least three TV series that will ensure he is remembered: Yeh
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Painting The Town
Atul Dodiya’s Dr. Banerjee in Dr. Kulkarni’s Nursing Home and Other Paintings 2020-2022 is a dazzling series inspired by cinema and transforming flickering frames into an homage with resonances of lobby cards and affectionate reference to the history
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Pizzazz Personified
INSATIABLE My Hunger For Life By Shobhaa De HARPERCOLLINS INDIA ₹699; 304 pages IN maturity, writers often acquire a certain hard-earned insouciance, the kind that cannot be readily taught or mimicked—and God knows Shobhaa De has had a legion of imit
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The Anatomy Of A Yatra
In the early days of the yatra, the team, including Rahul Gandhi, would wake up at 4 am, finish breakfast and start walking by 7 am. In the winter, the schedule has been delayed by an hour After four hours, the yatra breaks for lunch and RG takes a s
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Rahul’s Other Yatras
April-July 2015:Three ‘kisan padayatras’ in Amravati (Maharashtra), Adilabad (Telangana) and Anantapur (Andhra Pradesh) districts to campaign for relief to farmers in distress January 2016: Six-km walk in the drought-hit district of Mahoba in Bundelk
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Wasted Trip?
Any hope that BJP MP Varun Gandhi may join the Congress was firmly laid to rest by cousin Rahul when he said they followed different ideologies. “I can meet him, hug him, but can’t accept that ideology,” Rahul elaborated. Earlier, there was a buzz th
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Up’s Bid To Become No. 1
Reliance Jio Infocomm, PayTm, Samsung, Pepsico, Ultratech, NIDP (Hiranandani Group), Adani Enterprises, Sify Technologies. NTT global and STT global (data centres) Investment target for Global Investor Summit 2023 Via 149 MoUs generated from foreign
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The Visual Outreach
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Mamata’s Big Hindu Push
The several thousand-strong audience that had come to attend the inauguration of the 28th edition of the Kolkata International Film Festival (KIFF) on December 15, 2022 was in for a surprise. During a song and dance recital, conceptualised by West Be
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Bharat Jodo Yatra In Numbers
3,220 KM To be covered in 146 days 22 KM Average walking distance daily 13 STATES AND ONE UT Tamil Nadu, Kerala, Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Delhi, Uttar Pradesh, Haryana, Punjab, Himachal Pradesh, J&
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Counting Caste
Arunning joke among the more cynical observers of Maharashtra politics is that if the numbers of every caste and social group as claimed by caste-based organisations are added up, the state’s population may exceed its present figure of around 125 mil
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Defection Tactics
For all the unity of the Bharat Jodo Yatra, the Congress in Maharashtra is a divided house. Rumour (since denied) has it that former minister Amit Deshmukh, son of ex-CM Vilasrao Deshmukh, and his MLA brother Dheeraj may join the BJP. Meanwhile, a vi
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Does India Need A Fourth Dose?
COVID-19 is not becoming just a bad memory yet, it seems. On January 10, India reported a fresh case of the XBB 1.5 sub-variant, nicknamed the Kraken variant, pushing India’s total cases to eight. The strain combines mutations from two Omicron varian
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