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Published: Sun, 22 Jan 2017 23:06:02 GMT

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Sangh mutiny against Modi, Shah if BJP fails to win UP
'The disquiet in the Sangh is, of course, over demonetisation.'

Will Trump go after Pakistan's terrorists?
'His secretary of defence nominee, General James Mattis, says he expects Pakistan to take action against terrorists operating from its soil.'

What kind of First Lady will Melania Trump make?
Does Mrs Donald Trump realise that her immediate predecessor, Michelle Obama, is not the only hard act to follow, wonders Kanika Datta.

What Obama and Trump read, and what that tells us
That US is losing one of its best-read presidents, and will gain one of the least likely to have ever read a book. Does that matter? Mihir S Sharma explains why it should.

No need for the world to fear Trump
Other countries need not be worried by Trump putting America first, says B S Raghavan.

If you could be in Davos...
What's hot? What's not? What's next? C P Gurnani shares his highlights of the World Economic Forum Annual Summit in Davos.

By 2020, there will be no newspapers
The end of newspaper reporting will produce a landscape so barren that it will be terrifying, says Aakar Patel.

What a Trump presidency will be like
'The optimistic advice might be "fasten your seat belts" and the pessimistic one might just turn out to be "brace for impact",' says Claude Smadja.

Seven note ban tricks and one lesson
The government has provided no official explanation behind the note ban that is backed by hard data, says Debashis Basu.

Stop this showy nationalism!
'If Amazon's officials had secured their visas through proper paperwork, under what rule or law was Swaraj threatening to cancel them?'