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The Poll: An Indian Board Game Reflects Indian Society and Politics
July 03, 2019

The Poll: An Indian Board Game Reflects Indian Society and Politics

By Krzysztof Iwanek
What does a board game tell us about today’s India? (A lot, actually.)

Do Indian Voters Know How Their Government Works?
May 10, 2019

Do Indian Voters Know How Their Government Works?

By Vishal Arora
It seems few Indians are aware of the distinction between the roles of the central and state governments.
India Elections 2019: Where Are Farmers in Gujarat’s Growth Model?
April 08, 2019

India Elections 2019: Where Are Farmers in Gujarat’s Growth Model?

By Vishal Arora and Dev Desai
Those in rural areas complain they have been left behind during Gujarat's era of growth.

The Migrants Indian Democracy Forgot
February 07, 2019

The Migrants Indian Democracy Forgot

By Neeta Lal
The government wants Indians who live overseas to be able to vote. What about Indians who migrated within the country?

India’s Criminal Politicians
December 19, 2018

India’s Criminal Politicians

By Neeta Lal
Why are so many people facing criminal charges still elected to India's legislative bodies?

Can Modi Keep Winning?
August 01, 2018

Can Modi Keep Winning?

By Kartikeya Singh
As India gears up for the largest democratic exercise on the planet, what are the prospects for 5 more years of Modi?

The Time Is Finally Right for a Third Front in India
April 14, 2018

The Time Is Finally Right for a Third Front in India

By Ambar Kumar Ghosh
The political landscape, marked by a shrinking Congress Party and invincible BJP, calls for a coalition of regional forces.
Hacking India's Elections
June 01, 2017

Hacking India's Elections

By Vinayak Dalmia
New technology creates opportunities for democracy -- and also threats.

How the Indian National Congress Lost India
April 13, 2017

How the Indian National Congress Lost India

By Martand Jha
India’s Grand Old Party has decidedly lost its grandeur. What happened?

Student Activism Rears Its Head in India
March 07, 2017

Student Activism Rears Its Head in India

By Neeta Lal
A spike in politically-motivated incidents has India asking: how much activism is too much?

The Logic of Closer US-India Relations
June 14, 2016

The Logic of Closer US-India Relations

By Namrata Goswami
The hurdles that obstructed the relationship in the past are no longer influential.
The Democratization of India's Foreign Policy
March 22, 2013

The Democratization of India's Foreign Policy

India’s vote for Sri Lanka to have a war crimes investigation reveals the public’s sway over foreign affairs.

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