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Sheila Dikshit (1938-2019): Leader with a Capital L

Amita Shah

Dikshit’s concern for the environment, in a city where pollution levels have risen menacingly, reflected even in her last wish. She was cremated in a CNG crematorium, introduced in Delhi during her tenure

Didi & Didis

The new gender renaissance in Bengal politics has a rich backstory

The Invisible Biryani

Yogi Adityanath replays culinary jibe at the opposition

Mamata Banerjee: The Iron Sister

The strongwoman with a human face

Mamata Clubs Government

West Bengal chief minister hobnobs with the capital's media

K Chandrashekar Rao: The King of Telangana

As Chief Minister, KCR’s outreach programme addressed farmers, senior citizens, women, youth and the poor with a series of welfare and social schemes

Ashok Gehlot: The Desert Fox

With Rahul Gandhi keen on promoting young blood, Gehlot stuck to the party line throughout the election campaign of not asserting himself over the state Congress chief Sachin Pilot

Kamal Nath: The Artful Doer

Nath was a political novice in the 80s when he rose to fame as a chum of Indira Gandhi’s younger son Sanjay. Slogans such as ‘Indira ke doh haath, Sanjay aur Kamal Nath’ date back to that time

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