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  • There is no chief minister of Maharashtra who has done more for Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj than the late Abdul Rehman Antulay. The state owes it to him to have the huge picture of Shivaji at the entrance of Mantralaya.
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    Aug 26, 2015 01:30 IST

    The return of caste wars in Maharashtra

    There is no chief minister of Maharashtra who has done more for Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj than the late Abdul Rehman Antulay. The state owes it to him to have the huge picture of Shivaji at the entrance of Mantralaya.

  • File photo: Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi at Parliament in New Delhi. (PTI photo)
    Aug 11, 2015 21:56 IST

    Congress is back and kicking

    I am glad the Congress has risen from its stupor. I was afraid it was in danger of setting into rigor mortis.

  • Nitin Gadkari
    Aug 04, 2015 20:14 IST

    It's Nitin Gadkari's way or the highway

    There was a time during the Shiv Sena-BJP rule in Maharashtra between 1995 and 1999 when Nitin Gadkari was not being allowed to realise his full potential as minister for public works.

  • Yakub Memon
    Jul 28, 2015 20:54 IST

    Get the brains behind 1993 serial bomb blasts, not just the hands

    As I write this, I do not know if Yakub Memon will be hanged on July 30) or granted mercy. But of one thing I am sure – his faith in the Indian system of justice has been betrayed by the politics surrounding the serial blasts of 1993.

  • non-vegetarian food
    Jul 21, 2015 21:08 IST

    Basic freedoms are being violated in the name of religion

    Basic freedoms are being violated in the name of religion - or vegetarianism. The nation stands in danger of becoming both bigoted and highly undernourished!

  • Devendra Fadnavis
    Jul 14, 2015 21:51 IST

    Nursery rhyme politics in Maharashtra

    I may be mistaken, but I thought the Nationalist Congress Party was no longer a Congress ally and was supporting the BJP government in Maharashtra.

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    Jul 08, 2015 13:15 IST

    Sharad Pawar's white lies: How he landed in trouble over Dawood

    Pawar's problem has always been one of articulation--he is not nuanced when he speaks either English or Hindi.

  • Pankaja Munde
    Jun 30, 2015 22:57 IST

    Going bananas for peanuts

    I must confess that I’m disappointed. I am by no yardstick a fan of the BJP, but I was willing to set my cynicism aside when Narendra Modi stormed to power on the promise of rooting out corruption.

  • Dr Subramanian Swamy
    Jun 23, 2015 22:44 IST

    The varying degrees of lies

    The government must consider: Do we want half-educated people to preside over the destinies of our children? Only knowledge begets knowledge; anything half-baked causes indigestion. And ignorance is not always bliss.

  • Modi
    Jun 16, 2015 21:14 IST

    BJP govt decked up in borrowed feathers

    By now it is obvious that the NDA government at the Centre has merely been repackaging - or more appropriately renaming - all old UPA programmes and presenting them as their own.

  • Chhagan Bhujbal
    Jun 09, 2015 21:05 IST

    Lamb to the slaughter

    Who better than Bhujbal in return for saving Ajit’s neck from the noose? And people won’t even notice that the bigger fish got away in the bargain.

  • Mithi river
    Jun 02, 2015 20:48 IST

    Pots calling the kettles black

    Sena seems to be caught between the horns of a terrible dilemma, particularly with regard to BJP.

  • Amit Shah
    May 26, 2015 21:59 IST

    Hey Ram! We need better netas

    I truly run out of words - except to appeal to Lords Rama and Krishna to give us better netas with more intelligent repartee than we have had in years.

  • May 19, 2015 22:12 IST

    Nagpur’s moment in the sun

    Nearly a decade later, Nagpur had its revenge: It was the only city in the country that did not report a downturn in 2008 when the world, including New York, was going bust. Fire cracker sales were at an all-time high that year.

  • Nitin Gadkari
    May 12, 2015 20:11 IST

    Mr Gadkari, think before you leak

    Gadkari has such wonderful advice for farmers — use your urine to irrigate your crops. After all, he collects his urine in cans to water organic vegetables at his Lutyens bungalow in New Delhi with remarkable results. Should the farmers take that advice seriously? Hmm...