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Rasheeda Bhagat is an Editorial Consultant with Business Line and writes on politics, interesting people, gender, conflict, social and human interest/rights issues, travel and lifestyle.

How Nitish might lose out to Lalu

Caste politics at its best in Bihar »

In a season of bigotry and hate

Indian secularism still has the power to give it back to the hate-mongers »

‘We’ve come out of Nitish’s shadow’

We will get Muslim votes as our image in Bihar is not anti-Muslim, says BJP leader »

Split ‘secular’ vote may help BJP in Bihar

But ambitious politico parents and angry Muslims may sway the balance against it »

Now, everyone’s getting personal

Just over a week into the elections, the attacks and counter-attacks by political rivals have breached all norms of decency »

Alagiri calls the shots in south TN

With a huge following, Karunanidhi’s son is on a mission to annihilate the DMK »

A nasty, polarising election

Hate-mongering, the imam and the politician, and a uniform civil code. There’s all this and more in Election 2014 »

‘I have many elections ahead’

At Sivaganga, the odds do seem stacked against Karti Chidambaram »

No party for Muslims

Despite the rhetoric, representation in the House has fallen. Gujarat has not returned a single Muslim MP for the last 25 years »

Of betrayal and realpolitik

The unseemly pace at which the BJP is embracing defectors hits the party’s claims of being different »
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