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Ajit Pawar’s updated bio and ‘palat ke aaungi’ says Amruta Fadnavis in farewell

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New Delhi: With a government imminent in Maharashtra, there’s plenty to look back at and talk about.

The change in Ajit Pawar’s Twitter bio says it all…

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sanjay Raut, Shiv Sena says it with a poem.

Former finance minister P. Chidambaram delivered his verdict on the Maharashtra situation, from jail…

BJP tried to save face by hiding behind corruption data but Congress’ Pawan Khera is alert.

Sweet dreams are made of these: ‘Palat ke aungi’ promises Amruta Fadnavis wife of Devendra Fadnavis, former chief minister of Maharashtra.

Words of wisdom and sensitivity from Samajwadi Party’s  Akhilesh Yadav but we’re not sure exactly he’s talking what we think he’s talking about…

Congress’ Sanjay Jha on the hazards of eating ‘ladoos’ – and it’s not their sweetness.

Shiv Sena’s Priyanka Chaturvedi side swipes the Prime Minister on his ‘commitments’.

Is JD(U)’s Ajay Alok talking about the 2015 Bihar election result which saw RJD emerge as the largest party and yet it’s sitting in the opposition?

Rahul Gandhi’s Constitution Day celebrations were  clearly very different from the BJP’s.

Congress leader and lawyer Kapil Sibal drips sarcasm all over the BJP for its ‘respect’ of the Constitution.

Home Minister Amit Shah breaks his silence on Maharashtra and Shiv Sena on national TV.

CPI (ML) leader Kavita Krishnan’s new profile picture, mercifully, has nothing to do with Maharashtra – or does it?

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