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The Modi overdose

This is with reference to Paranjoy Guha Thakurta’s piece, The jingle of polls (April 22).

Book profits

Its election time and it is raining books on politicians of all hues.

Killer roads

In a tragic accident a 44-year-old cardiologist and his three-year-old daughter were crushed to death under a speeding bus.

The funny infidels

The Bharatiya Janata Party may have distanced itself from Bihar leader Giriraj Singh’s remark “back Narendra Modi or go to Pakistan”, but it reveals the true mindset of the party.

Vote or shut up!

This is with reference to Anil Dharker’s article, The right button (April 21). Dharker is right when he says we should press the right button on the electronic voting machine.

Woman power

Forty-seven years after it was set up, the Delhi high court is set to get its first woman Chief Justice — Andhra Pradesh high court judge Gorla Rohini.

Naive Kejriwal

While campaigning in Amethi for the Aam Aadmi Party’s candidate, Kumar Vishwas, Arvind Kejriwal claimed that he had solved more problems than any government in his 49-day innings in Delhi as chief min

Say with sarcasm

There are a lot of advertisements, hoardings and public awareness programmes to increase the voter turnout but a satirical approach, like that of socio-political activist Sundeep Sharma’s “Donkey — I

IPL sans scandals

Last year, IPL-6 was full of news of match-and spot-fixing. All the fans were taken aback by this scandal and the image of the IPL took a beating.

Votes for change

The high voter turnout witnessed in 121 constituencies which went to polls across 12 states in the fifth phase of Lok Sabha elections on Thursday is laudable.

Little Laila was taught that God creates everyone and also leads everyone back to Godself after death. So, she prayed: “Dear God, instead of letting people die and having to make new ones, why don’t you just keep the ones you got now?” Laila’s prayer may never be answered; but, Easter does assure us that life, not death, is what we’re created for.

Of late, Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi has been thoughtlessly and in a hurry jumping into every available situation, without verifying basic facts, to criticise the Bharatiya Janata Party.