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Raje inducts 12 ministers into team

Saturday 21 December '13

Raje is now left with 14 ministerial berths, 13 parliamentary secretary posts.
162 in the bag, one more to add

Wednesday 11 December '13

The sweep of the state with 162 seats has left the BJP optimistic he will win back his stronghold.
Sachin Pilot, Ajay Maken and CP Joshi might lose their Lok Sabha seats?

Tuesday 10 December '13

Party wiped out in Sachin and Maken’s domains, fares poorly in C P Joshi and Natarajan’s.
Too many cabinet hopefuls for Vasundhara’s comfort

Tuesday 10 December '13

Vasundhara Raje will hold the swearing-in ceremony on Friday.
Why Congress lost, despite populist schemes

Monday 9 December '13

Internal rifts played a big role in the Congress’s abysmal show.
Royal Comeback: 5 years after losing power, Raje is set to return

Monday 9 December '13

BJP registered thumping victory in Raj, grabbing 162 seats, leaving Cong decimated at 21 seats.
Assembly elections: Ashok Gehlot's populist schemes failed to get him votes in Rajasthan

Sunday 8 December '13

The only saving grace was Gehlot's victory in Sardarpura by 18,478 votes.
Express Opinion: Modi magic helps Raje return to power in Rajasthan

Sunday 8 December '13

BJP secured a record 161 seats leaving Congress behind at an embarrassing score of 19 seats.
Assembly polls verdict: Under Raje's leadership BJP heads for landslide victory in Rajasthan

Sunday 8 December '13

BJP's CM candidate Vasundhara Raje won from Jhalrapatan by a margin of 60896 votes.
Holiday plans, 'but not in London or Dehradun'

Sunday 8 December '13

'These opinion polls are such a farce, Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot, fights it back with mock amusement'
Her Story

Sunday 8 December '13

It was in a village in Bassi and some NGOs in Jaipur and Delhi, 21 years ago, that the battle against sexual harassment at the workplace began.
Guar exporter's daughter, crusader for farmer rights and Rs-197-cr candidate

Thursday 5 December '13

National Unionist Zamindara Party was founded by a union of guar gum farmers.
Rajasthan too hits all-time high

Monday 2 December '13

72.87% and counting; state joins Chhattisgarh, MP and Mizoram in season of heavy voting.
Bathinda to Bikaner, aboard ‘cancer train’

Sunday 1 December '13

The embattled Gehlot sees his free medicine scheme as his best weapon in Rajasthan polls.
Ahead of polling, Modi show of strength on Gehlot turf

Saturday 30 November '13

Modi drew an estimated crowd of one lakh party workers from the district that went into raptures throughout the 50-minute speech.
Ahead of polling, Modi show of strength on Gehlot turf

Saturday 30 November '13

Modi alleged that power supply in Rajasthan is such a rarity.
What’s been done versus what needs to be done

Friday 29 November '13

Campaign ads from the two parties have taken the debate into Rajasthan’s drawing rooms.
On son's trail, Natwar Singh recalls the good old days

Friday 29 November '13

At 84, Natwar says he has no wish to return to active politics.
No entourage, only direct connect

Friday 29 November '13

On the campaign trail with Manvendra Singh, former MP, in Sheo constituency.
Rajasthan assembly polls: The Meena who would be kingmaker

Thursday 28 November '13

Kirodilal adds a third dimension to bipolar Rajasthan, could play a key role if assembly is hung.

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