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The Politics of India’s Cricket World Cup

The Politics of India’s Cricket World Cup

By Jannatul Naym Pieal
Prime Minister Modi must have been disappointed by India’s loss in the final – and not just because he’s a fan. 
Parallel Paths: The Shared Development Strategies of Narendra Modi and Joko Widodo

Parallel Paths: The Shared Development Strategies of Narendra Modi and Joko Widodo

By Prem Singh Gill and Gerardus Rino Pradipta Yosari
Despite the obvious differences between them, the Indian and Indonesian leaders have strikingly similar backgrounds and policy objectives.

The BJP’s Southern Strategy

The BJP’s Southern Strategy

By Joe Wallen and Tushar Shetty
How the BJP plans to win over South India in the lead up to the 2024 election.

India’s Top Court Temporarily Halts Conviction of Rahul Gandhi

India’s Top Court Temporarily Halts Conviction of Rahul Gandhi

By Ashok Sharma
The opposition leader had been convicted of criminal defamation – and ousted from Parliament – for mocking Prime Minister Modi’s surname.

Can INDIA Win in India?

Can INDIA Win in India?

By Krzysztof Iwanek
While much has been said about the name of a new opposition alliance in India, what matters are its growing ranks.
State Elections Hold the Key for the New INDIA Coalition 

State Elections Hold the Key for the New INDIA Coalition 

By Bilal Ahmad
In the run up to the 2024 elections, state polls will test whether the opposition grouping will unite and grow – or fall apart to infighting.

Does India Need State Governors?

Does India Need State Governors?

By Neeta Lal
A recent streak of state governors overstepping their authority has India debating if the post is even necessary. 
What Is the Future of Hindu Nationalism in India?

What Is the Future of Hindu Nationalism in India?

By Akhilesh Pillalamarri
The question is not whether Hindu nationalism will be part of India’s political landscape, but whether and to what extent non-Hindus will be able to play a role.

Indian Opposition Leader Rahul Gandhi to Avoid Prison During Appeal

Indian Opposition Leader Rahul Gandhi to Avoid Prison During Appeal

By Krutika Pathi
The prosecution of Gandhi was widely condemned by opponents of Modi as the latest assault against democracy and free speech by a government seeking to crush dissent.

Kashmir Welcomes Rahul Gandhi and His Bharat Jodo Yatra

Kashmir Welcomes Rahul Gandhi and His Bharat Jodo Yatra

By Numan Bhat and Mehroob Mushtaq
The politician's Unite India March ended on January 30 in Srinagar, where he was welcomed by local politicians.

How, and Why, the BJP Sometimes Courts Muslim Voters

How, and Why, the BJP Sometimes Courts Muslim Voters

By Anuttama Banerji
Despite its Hindutva ideology, in some states and some elections the BJP courts Muslim voters.
India’s PM Is Perpetually in Campaign Mode

India’s PM Is Perpetually in Campaign Mode

By Kavita Chowdhury
Preoccupied with inaugurating infrastructure projects and addressing election rallies, Narendra Modi is neglecting governance and the problems confronting the people.

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