Editorial

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...

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Cong soft-pedals on crucial corruption issues

The Opposition Congress in Chhattisgarh is in a veritable quagmire plagued with infighting and contradictions within. Ever since the BJP came to power in the state’s maiden elections held after Chhattisgarh was carved out of Madhya Pradesh, the Congress has virtually...

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BJP no more a crusader against corruption

Modi Sarkar has apparently lost its moral high ground on the issue of corruption following the report on the financial growth of Temple Enterprise Private Limited, a company owned by the BJP national president Amit Shah’s son Jai Shah. According to a report published...

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Babu, Baba & the BJP

After three years in power, the economy is in a tailspin so as the ruling BJP. The saffron party led by Prime Minister Narendra Modi is sending out confusing signals in a desperate attempt to cover up the monumental failures to fulfil its promises, particularly on...

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BJP’s winning control of Indian states

The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is still winning control of state legislatures even without holding elections. Recently, the chief minister of Bihar, Nitish Kumar, who took office as the head of a coalition formed to stop the BJP in 2015, jumped ship to join his...

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Border on the boil

As the standoff continues on the Sino-Indian border, problems have started brewing over trade relations between both the neighbouring countries. The genesis of the problem lies in China sending its troops to the Doklam area leading to Indian Army also positioning...

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The BJP’s Love for Dalits

Both the Modi Sarkar at the Centre and the BJP is bent on winning the hearts of the Dalits in the country by any means. For that, top leaders, ministers and other functionaries of the party have started eating meals at Dalits' homes in poll-bound states. Though the...

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Make hay while the sun shines

Apparently created with good intentions, the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) is now sailing through a bad weather because of its internal dissensions allegedly fanned by the BJP at the centre to avenge its humiliating defeat in the Delhi assembly elections. Majority of its...

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Prime Minister in the offing?

To some, Yogi Adityanath, the single most divisive, abusive, polarising figure in UP politics, is both hero and saint; to others, the choice of the Yogi, the 44-year-old shaven-headed, saffron-clad servant of the Lord Shiva, who has been elected five times in a row to...

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Modi magic is back

After losing Delhi and Bihar, the Modi magic is now back with an impressive victory in the Uttar Pradesh assembly polls. The Narendra Modi-Amit Shah combine has effectively cobbled caste equations, focused on development and economic changes and sent a strong and...

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