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Democracy at Stake

Suhel Seth

Celebrate the spirit of the Constitution instead of swearing on it

Congress: Decline and Fall

Congress’ humiliation in Munugode marks its steady erasure as the main opposition in Telangana but as bypoll results elsewhere show, the party’s crisis does not end with one state

Benjamin Netanyahu: Bibi Is King Again

But his new partners are uncharted territory for Israel and its longest-serving prime minister

Liz Truss: The Unlikely Tory and the Unlikelier Thatcherite

Britain’s new prime minister will have no honeymoon period and will struggle to keep the party in office till the next general election

YS Jagan Mohan Reddy: The Triumph of a Dynast

YS Jagan Mohan Reddy is the only heir of a former chief minister who has led his party to victory on its own in Assembly polls in recent times

93 and the Good Life

Natwar Singh has just turned 93 and he remains his sprightly self

Emmanuel Macron: Mr Europe

A divided France and a delighted EU await the re-elected president

The Order of Disorder

The Prime Minister’s security breach in Punjab highlights the increasingly extra-parliamentary nature of protest

Safe Distance?

There is now speculation that Nitish Kumar is again planning to change his political alignment and laying the ground to distance himself from BJP for the 2024 General Election.

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