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Is Narendra Modi Losing Ground in India’s General Election?

Is Narendra Modi Losing Ground in India’s General Election?

By Ashutosh
Despite a serious resource crunch and a lack of cohesive election strategy, the INDIA coalition is gaining traction. Where is the Modi magic?

Domino Effect: Can 2023 State Elections Upset the Modi Machine in 2024?

Domino Effect: Can 2023 State Elections Upset the Modi Machine in 2024?

By Nikhil Sehra
India's state elections don’t usually foretell national polls, but this time around, many will be looking for signs of a winning strategy.
The BJP Tries on a New Image: Champion of ‘Good Governance’

The BJP Tries on a New Image: Champion of ‘Good Governance’

By Satish K. Jha
With state and national elections ahead, the party moves away from its time-tested appeal to Hindu nationalism.

Power Struggle Unveiled: Delhi Services Act Challenges Autonomy and Democracy

Power Struggle Unveiled: Delhi Services Act Challenges Autonomy and Democracy

By Shruti Rathore
The question of who has authority over the appointment and transfer of civil servants in the capital region pits the central government’s appointees against Delhi’s elected government. 

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.

To Save India’s Democracy, Congress Must Focus on Regional Parties 

To Save India’s Democracy, Congress Must Focus on Regional Parties 

By Ali Malik
A prudent strategy for the opposition would prioritize the creation of a sizable coalition of regional parties to take on the BJP. 

A Non-Gandhi Will Helm India’s Congress Party After 25 Years

A Non-Gandhi Will Helm India’s Congress Party After 25 Years

By Kavita Chowdhury
In the fray for the post of party president are veteran Dalit politician Kharge and diplomat-turned-politician Tharoor.
Mamata Banerjee Shakes up the Status Quo

Mamata Banerjee Shakes up the Status Quo

By Kavita Chowdhury
The West Bengal Chief Minister aims to lead the opposition in the fight against India’s ruling BJP.

Congress Party Chaos in Punjab

Congress Party Chaos in Punjab

By Anik Joshi
Punjab is a microcosm of both the Congress party’s problems and those of the Indian opposition more broadly.

Is India’s Congress Party in Self-Destruct Mode?

Is India’s Congress Party in Self-Destruct Mode?

By Kavita Chowdhury
India’s Grand Old Party is in need of bold and cohesive leadership.

Protests Erupt in India’s Parliament Over Spying Scandal

Protests Erupt in India’s Parliament Over Spying Scandal

By Sheikh Saaliq and Krutika Pathi
A recent global investigation found spyware called Pegasus had been used to target opposition figures and journalists in more than 50 countries, including India.
Indian Activist’s Arrest Spotlights Crackdown on Dissent

Indian Activist’s Arrest Spotlights Crackdown on Dissent

By Associated Press
Modi's government has increasingly brandished sedition against critics, with police arguing that words or actions of dissent make them a threat to national security.

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