Arati R Jerath
The verdict from central India is pivotal to Narendra Modi’s hopes for a second term as prime minister.
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If Lok Sabha polls can’t be held in Kashmir, India will have to admit that its writ no longer runs in the state.
With just a little over a year to go for the big battle, the BJP’s worst fears are being realised.
While Nirav’s crimes may belong to another era, he and his family managed to flee India in Modi’s times.
What can Rahul Gandhi learn from Gujarat Election Results 2017? Here are the key takeaways for the Congress party.
A seamless shift from development to polarisation in the final laps of an election has become a hallmark of the BJP.
The Opposition might be a divided house for now but will come together to fight against Modi in 2019.
A resurgent BJP buoyed by presidential polls will play spoilsport for the opposition during the monsoon session.
Are the presidential elections about installing the government’s nominee or a contest to draw battle lines?
Decimating the Opposition by fair or foul means is part of PM Modi’s plan ahead of 2019 polls, writes Arati Jerath.
With BJP resorting to Gujarat model of campaigning, the MCD elections will indeed be a referendum on Kejriwal.
With polls due in eight states, the BJP will likely stick to its Congress-mukt Bharat strategy, writes Arati R Jerath
The CPI(M) leadership must introspect why Left parties were uprooted in their home turf, writes Arati R Jerath.