Author: Shridhar Rao

No cakewalk for BJP in 2019

Faced with declining popularity, Modi Sarkar at the Centre is now staring at the prospects of regional parties in many states. The coming together of the regional parties and the emergence of the Congress from oblivion before the 2019 general elections is a worrying factor for the BJP, at a time when Amit Shah boasts his party will run government in the country for 50 more years. Apparently the BJP’s position is not as sound as it was in 2014. With a highly charged atmosphere of hatred in the country, one cannot deny that the Modi government at the...

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The bell tolls for Modi

The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), under the leadership of Amit Shah-Narendra Modi combine, seems to have squandered the massive mandate that NDA got in the 2014 general elections. The Uttar Pradesh by-poll results ring an alarm for the BJP as political landscape in the crucial state has seen a dramatic change just within a year after the party returned to power after a gap of 14 years. Winning the by-elections of Gorakhpur constituency, the bastion of the BJP which the chef minister, Yogi Adityanath, has represented for five consecutive terms and Phulpur, the constituency of Deputy Chief Minister Keshav...

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‘Mouni Modi’ plays it again!

“Even a fool is counted wise when he holds his peace; when he shuts his lips, he is considered perceptive.” It seems, this proverb of King Solomon has caught the fancy of our rather verbose Prime Minister Narendra Modi, while he maintains studied silence at the time of catastrophic issues plague the nation. When the country’s biggest banking scam hit the airwaves, Narendra Modi was found passing on unsolicited tips to students on how to cope with examination stress, inaugurating the swanky new headquarters of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), and holding forth on Artificial Intelligence. It looks like...

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Stem the rot in the beginning

Fish rots from the head down. It is a known fact. The whole fish will have clear eyes with bright red colour. When its eyes lose its brightness and the red colour, it is understood that the rot has set in it. Soon it will start stinking and will no more useful for consumption. So is the case of democracy. When it starts stinking, corrective measures should be take to stem the rot. When the four senior-most judges of the Supreme Court, in an unprecedented move, held a press conference and issued a statement saying they were “left with...

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Congress has much to read in the BJP’s poll gain

Once again, Modi charisma has helped the BJP to win two states – Gujarat and Himachal Pradesh. Victory, as the Cover story of this edition goes on, is a victory and hence Modi and his team deserve a pat as Gujarat was a hard fought election. However, there are quite a few things which have emerged from the assembly polls which may become a trend setter for the forthcoming elections in few other states next year and will lead to the finally forthcoming general elections scheduled in 2019. Interestingly, winning Gujarat Assembly election this time, no matter it was...

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