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Last woman standing
Sonia Gandhi’s favourite phrase is: “They do not know the stuff I am made of.” ...  | Read.. 
 
Mumbai trashes Sena combine
Mumbai knew its mind, Maharashtra did not. ...  | Read.. 
 
Even in cradles of India Shining, BJP was orphaned
India was shining in the cities but in urban constituency after urban constituency in the six metros, the ruling party has taken a beating. ...  | Read.. 
 
CPM split on role in govt
The CPM remains fractured on participating in a government at the Centre, particularly if it is led by the Congress. ...  | Read.. 
 
Secular front win gives Laloo fresh lease of life
The Rashtriya Janata Dal-led secular alliance has turned the form book in Bihar on its head, decimating the National Democratic Alliance in the state. ...  | Read.. 
 
Milind Deora, the Congress candidate from Mumbai South, celebrates with party workers after winning the elections. The 27-year-old winner is considered the youngest candidate to make it to Parliament. (AFP)
 
Loser & winner: The whys
Pollsters, internal assessments, astrologers — they all went wrong...  | Read.. 
Shock & awe in Gujarat
Stunned, surprised — the story of the BJP and the Congress in Gujarat. ..  | Read.. 
 
Congress economics with Left label
Job security, unemployment dole, an end to privatisatio ...  | Read.. 

In a bind, Mulayam plays hard to get
After the National Democratic Alliance’s loss, the question ...  | Read.. 

Cong draws blank in Kerala
The Congress has not won a single seat in Kerala in its ...  | Read.. 

Hometown pays quiet tribute
The mayor of Sonia Gandhi’s home town congratulated her for ...  | Read.. 

300 days for serving people, remaining 65 for acting
A giant-killer does not dub. ...  | Read.. 

From historic blunder to electoral history
The Left parties have never had it so good — not since ...  | Read.. 

Demolition of Mamata magic
The Left’s domination of Bengal politics, which the results ...  | Read.. 

Swords out in BJP, Naidu prime target
The very day the Telugu Desam-BJP combine was voted out ...  | Read.. 

Rahul set for Rajiv encore
Rahul Gandhi is now going to focus on Uttar Pradesh. Li ...  | Read.. 

Andhra augury for Delhi feat
Until three days ago, the Congress, buoyed by its allie ...  | Read.. 

Kingmakers again, but for rival camp
At his last rally in Chennai, Atal Bihari Vajpayee had ...  | Read.. 

Magic goes out of Atal & Ayodhya formula
The BJP had hoped its old magic formula of Atal and Ayo ...  | Read.. 

Dragged to doom by a ‘death wish’
In Jharkhand, it was “ a death wish” which did the BJP ...  | Read.. 

Time for GeNext, not India, Shining
Dynasty isn’t such a dirty word in Indian politics, not ...  | Read.. 

Pitamah falls, one shy of Nehru
He was billed the BJP’s best bet since the 1996 Lok Sabha e ...  | Read.. 

Almost as good as the good doctor left it
When Manmohan Singh relinquished the reins, he handed the ne ...  | Read.. 

Sangh blames Hindutva ‘dilution’
The blame game has begun in the Sangh parivar following ...  | Read.. 

Joy & defeat
Out of government for eight years, Congress workers bro ...  | Read.. 

Naidu turns back on NDA
. Chandrababu Naidu today virtually turned his back on ...  | Read.. 

Krishna out, return key with Gowda
After tech-savvy Chandrababu Naidu, his Karnataka count ...  | Read.. 

Wave of relief in IIMs after Joshi’s fall
As the result meter started ticking on television scree ...  | Read.. 

First win in pocket, Pranab eyes first flight to Delhi
Pranab Mukherjee would have regretted missing today’s c ...  | Read.. 

Surjeet siesta to savour success
Today was just another day for Harkishen Singh Surjeet. ...  | Read..