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Congress left in the lurch in UP and an ally takes a dig at the BJP

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Mika Aziz | Twiter

Mika Aziz takes a dig at Congress president Rahul Gandhi over the party’s plight in Uttar Pradesh, where the SP and BSP have allied, ignoring the national party.

Manjul | Mid-day

In Mid-day, Manjul has his take on the reviews accorded to The Accidental Prime Minister by various stakeholders.

R Prasad | The Economic Times

In The Economic Times, R. Prasad too takes a jibe at the Congress being left out of the opposition alliance in Uttar Pradesh.

Satish Acharya | News Sting

In News Sting, Satish Acharya suggests that post the grand alliance between SP and BSP, the Congress may be just left with its strongholds, Raebareli and Amethi, in Uttar Pradesh.

Sandeep Adhwaryu | The Times of India

In The Times of India, Sandeep Adhwaryu takes a dig at the Delhi Police for charging JNU student activists Kanhaiya Kumar and nine others with sedition, three after the incident in which they were accused of raising seditious slogans.

Raj Thackeray | Twitter

On the occasion of Makar Sankranti, the Shiva Sena’s Raj Thackeray has a scathing take on ally, the BJP’s decision to reserve 10 per cent for the ‘poor’ among the upper castes.

Ajit Ninan | The Times of India

Ajit Ninan appears to suggest that Rahul Gandhi has evolved politically over the years, from a dynast, a pro-farmer neta to finally being a true politician.

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