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Chhattisgarh

Between Bitterness

Rahul Pandita

Resentment is growing against Maoists in their strongholds. But it is on the risk of getting eclipsed by grudges against the state

Straining At the Fringes

Away from the humdrum of noisy electioneering, on three edges of the country—Kashmir, the Assam border and the Bastar region of Chhattisgarh—democracy faces different varieties of disenchantment that are hard to undo

Bastar: Guns and Roads

After nearly two decades of violence, Bastar now has a semblance of normalcy but this has more to do with individual choices than ideological leanings

Rahul Gandhi: A Challenger Is Born

Rahul Gandhi shows he has what it takes

Election Diary

The BJP will bounce back from this setback

Rahul’s Day

The Congress president has written a great revival story

Defenders of the Faith

No election can remain local when Modi is still the only argument that concentrates the mind of India

Wild Lives

A personal portrait of tribal sensitivity

Ballot in Bastar

Where the people’s choice swings between hope and fear. Siddharth Singh reports from what was once a notorious Maoist village in Chhattisgarh

Which Way Will Behenji Go?

For now, Mayawati has decided to ditch the Congress in assembly elections for three states. But her 2019 plan is under wraps

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