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Narendra Modi Wins Again -- What Does That Mean for India?
May 24, 2019
Narendra Modi Wins Again -- What Does That Mean for India?
This time, Narendra Modi was the issue. And the electorate has issued him a fresh mandate.
Narendra Modi Wins Again -- What Does That Mean for India?
Rahul Gandhi in Wayanad and Amethi: What’s There to Lose?
April 05, 2019
Rahul Gandhi in Wayanad and Amethi: What’s There to Lose?
What is the meaning of Rahul Gandhi's last minute move?
Rahul Gandhi in Wayanad and Amethi: What’s There to Lose?
Road to 2019: India’s Two Main Parties Converge
December 20, 2018
Road to 2019: India’s Two Main Parties Converge
India’s way forward will be a symbiotic endeavor between its two main parties, who are often antagonistic toward each other.
Road to 2019: India’s Two Main Parties Converge
Indira’s Legacy: A Force That Shaped Congress’ Past, Present and Future
November 19, 2018
Indira’s Legacy: A Force That Shaped Congress’ Past, Present and Future
It is imperative for the INC to take a dispassionate and introspective look at the formidable political legacy of Indira Gandhi.
Indira’s Legacy: A Force That Shaped Congress’ Past, Present and Future
In India, Karnataka Elections Set Stage for Dramatic Showdown in the State and in 2019
May 18, 2018
In India, Karnataka Elections Set Stage for Dramatic Showdown in the State and in 2019
B.S. Yeddyurappa has been sworn in as the new CM of Karnataka. Can he form a government?
In India, Karnataka Elections Set Stage for Dramatic Showdown in the State and in 2019
A Rare Opportunity for India's Congress Party
October 13, 2017
A Rare Opportunity for India's Congress Party
India faces an infinite number of economic and development issues that all need new ideas and solutions.
A Rare Opportunity for India's Congress Party
Statue Politics: India’s Quest to Outbuild China, and Itself
August 11, 2017
Statue Politics: India’s Quest to Outbuild China, and Itself
India is planning to have not only the tallest statue in the world, but two of them.
Statue Politics: India’s Quest to Outbuild China, and Itself
Indian Parliament Passes Highly Anticipated Goods and Services Tax Bill
August 04, 2016
Indian Parliament Passes Highly Anticipated Goods and Services Tax Bill
The long-awaited bill finally passes after a political compromise is reached.
Indian Parliament Passes Highly Anticipated Goods and Services Tax Bill
The AgustaWestland Scandal: Is India's Opposition in Trouble?
May 05, 2016
The AgustaWestland Scandal: Is India's Opposition in Trouble?
New developments in an old scandal could spell trouble for Sonia Gandhi and the Congress Party in India.
The AgustaWestland Scandal: Is India's Opposition in Trouble?
What to Expect out of the BJP in India in 2016
January 04, 2016
What to Expect out of the BJP in India in 2016
The BJP looks set to continue its sectarian policies in India. This is bad news.
What to Expect out of the BJP in India in 2016
Tough Times in Indian Politics for the BJP and the Congress
August 07, 2015
Tough Times in Indian Politics for the BJP and the Congress
Both major Indian political parties have run into major stumbling blocks. Which will emerge on top?
Tough Times in Indian Politics for the BJP and the Congress
Nehru's Legacy, 51 Years After his Death
June 11, 2015
Nehru's Legacy, 51 Years After his Death
India's first prime minister, Jawaharlal Nehru, changed India in important ways. His legacy persists.
Nehru's Legacy, 51 Years After his Death
After One Year, India Expects Modi to Deliver
May 22, 2015
After One Year, India Expects Modi to Deliver
Narendra Modi's first year in office showed a sharp disconnect between expectations and reality.
After One Year, India Expects Modi to Deliver
India's Anti-Sikh Riots, 30 Years On
October 31, 2014
India's Anti-Sikh Riots, 30 Years On
30 years ago, India was gripped by a terrible surge of violence against Sikhs after Indira Gandhi's assassination.
India's Anti-Sikh Riots, 30 Years On
The Indian Elections—What the Congress Party Has to Say About Foreign Policy
April 05, 2014
The Indian Elections—What the Congress Party Has to Say About Foreign Policy
The party has released its manifesto, with an interesting framing of India’s role in the world.
The Indian Elections—What the Congress Party Has to Say About Foreign Policy
In India’s National Election, Don’t Trust the Polls
February 24, 2014
In India’s National Election, Don’t Trust the Polls
Election polling in India has some severe limitations, especially at the national level.
In India’s National Election, Don’t Trust the Polls
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