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Nehru's Legacy, 51 Years After his Death
June 11, 2015

Nehru's Legacy, 51 Years After his Death

By Akshobh Giridharadas
India's first prime minister, Jawaharlal Nehru, changed India in important ways. His legacy persists.
After One Year, India Expects Modi to Deliver
May 22, 2015

After One Year, India Expects Modi to Deliver

By Sanjay Kumar
Narendra Modi's first year in office showed a sharp disconnect between expectations and reality.

India's Anti-Sikh Riots, 30 Years On
October 31, 2014

India's Anti-Sikh Riots, 30 Years On

By Akhilesh Pillalamarri
30 years ago, India was gripped by a terrible surge of violence against Sikhs after Indira Gandhi's assassination.

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

By Alyssa Ayres
The party has released its manifesto, with an interesting framing of India’s role in the world.

In India’s National Election, Don’t Trust the Polls
February 24, 2014

In India’s National Election, Don’t Trust the Polls

By Jonah Force Hill
Election polling in India has some severe limitations, especially at the national level.
Reform Is a Dirty Word in India
February 11, 2014

Reform Is a Dirty Word in India

By David J. Karl
Without a party committed to a reform agenda, India will struggle to realize its potential.

Battle Lines Drawn for India's 2014 Parliamentary Elections
January 22, 2014

Battle Lines Drawn for India's 2014 Parliamentary Elections

By Sanjay Kumar
As India gears up for parliamentary elections, what can voters expect?
How to Interpret the Upcoming State Elections in India
October 07, 2013

How to Interpret the Upcoming State Elections in India

India’s upcoming state elections will hint at the outcomes of next year’s national polls.

Poll Predicts Fractured Political Mandate in India
July 29, 2013

Poll Predicts Fractured Political Mandate in India

A recent poll gives a sense of just how fractured India’s political future may be.

China & India: All Not Quiet on the Western Front
July 12, 2013

China & India: All Not Quiet on the Western Front

Amid diplomatic efforts, Beijing still seems intent on asserting its claims on the Sino-Indian border.

India’s Food Security Program: Helping the Poor with Eyes on the Election
July 05, 2013

India’s Food Security Program: Helping the Poor with Eyes on the Election

India’s food security bill is not without opposition.

BJP’s Isolation Grows as Key Ally Departs
June 17, 2013

BJP’s Isolation Grows as Key Ally Departs

The withdrawal of Janata Dal (United) has pushed India’s Bharatiya Janata Party into an electoral corner.

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