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Sonia Gandhi

The Low Command

Amita Shah

How the Congress leadership has lost its sway over chief ministers

The increasing impossibility of an anti-Modi coalition

Opposition unity remains elusive with Congress hurtling from crisis to crisis as old and potential allies grow more suspicious

Bond Elsewhere

It seems with a new Parliament building in the offing, the Central Hall bonhomie will soon be a thing of the past

Brahmin Face

Prasada had been in touch with Samajwadi Party leader Akhilesh Yadav, too, but ultimately decided to place his bet on BJP even though Akhilesh had offered the deputy chief ministership to him

Divided Rebels

Getting increasingly restless over the likely outcome of state Assembly elections on May 2nd

The Always Undecided Post

The dissidents, meanwhile, say that it is a Catch-22 situation. Either Rahul Gandhi must take the responsibility or leave the office totally to someone else

The Politics of Grievance

The cycle of agitations against the Modi government is unlikely to end anytime soon

Reluctant Rahul

The buzz is the Gandhi scion is not keen to take over the party presidentship

Retirement Gambit

Time to take political sanyas

Ahmed Patel (1949-2020): Power Behind the Power

Patel was a lone ranger in a party known for its groupism. With his death, Sonia Gandhi has lost the golden bridge linking her family to the party. And it can get very lonely up there in a castle of melting wax

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