The 2019 General Election race is wide open, writes Raghav Bahl.
A fictional account of what happened when a former President of India shared the stage with the RSS Sarsanghchalak.
The Saaf Niyat, Sahi Vikaas campaign could be even more harmful for the BJP than Vajpayee’s ‘India Shining’ videos.
PM Modi is repeating the fatal error of trusting the IAS to deliver a modern, market-friendly policy architecture.
The Karnataka elections were a microcosm of what to expect in the general elections in 2019.
How transparent chicanery passes for retail FDI ‘public policy’ in India.
India must buttress its strengths, either by itself or through alliances, if it wants China to take it seriously.
The risky impeachment motion may have become the catalyst of a potentially lethal adversary to Prime Minister Modi.
Is a workaholic leader such an unmitigated blessing?
Jinhe naaz hai Hind par woh kahaan hain?
Congress must treat the Left as a weak political adversary to be subsumed or annihilated, writes Raghav Bahl.
How to ‘do the impossible’: India’s first public sector bank privatisation.
Trump made the error of spraying his friends with a scatter-gun in his fury to hit China with a few trade bullets.
The PM is perfectly capable of extending his ‘Achhe Din’ promise by pitching that this was ‘just the first innings’.
Overt clues that ‘Rahul’s Congress’ may be biased toward a more modern and competitive economic architecture.
How the Congress misread its 2009 mandate and handed a neat walk-over to Narendra Modi in 2014.
Shenzhen and Silicon Valley DACOITs are savaging India’s digital landscape in the 21st century, writes Raghav Bahl.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will be tremulous, worried, on at least five counts.
The prime minister who remembers his own mortality as the leader of the opposition shall manage to stay on.
In 2019, Congress will be tempted to repeat 1996. But it must remember the lessons of history, writes Raghav Bahl.
Which way will Mayawati swing in 2019? That will determine whether Prime Minister Modi will get re-elected or not.