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Narendra Modi

Will BJP Gain a Toehold in Southern Indian States of Tamil Nadu and Kerala?

Will BJP Gain a Toehold in Southern Indian States of Tamil Nadu and Kerala?

By Sudha Ramachandran
The party may increase its vote share in these states but votes may not translate into seats in parliament.

Once a Fringe Ideology, Hindu Nationalism is Now Mainstream, Thanks to Modi

Once a Fringe Ideology, Hindu Nationalism is Now Mainstream, Thanks to Modi

By Krutika Pathi and Sheikh Saaliq
Modi has made Hindu nationalism acceptable, even desirable, to a nation of 1.4 billion that for decades prided itself on pluralism and secularism.
BJP Election Manifesto 2024 Focuses on Narendra Modi, Not the Party

BJP Election Manifesto 2024 Focuses on Narendra Modi, Not the Party

By Kavita Chowdhury
The opposition has dismissed the manifesto as a "jumla patra," a document of fake promises.

Christophe Jaffrelot on What Makes Brand Modi Successful

Christophe Jaffrelot on What Makes Brand Modi Successful

By Sudha Ramachandran
“Like many populists, Modi is a chameleon -- this is his brand. Everyone can find in him what he or she is looking for.”

Why is Narendra Modi Nervous Ahead of India’s General Elections?

Why is Narendra Modi Nervous Ahead of India’s General Elections?

By Kavita Chowdhury
Possibly for the first time in a decade, Modi's government finds its image dented by revelations of corruption.

Saffron Dawn: Modi’s BJP and Hindutva Politics

Saffron Dawn: Modi’s BJP and Hindutva Politics

By Tushar Shetty
Join us in the lead up to the Great Indian Election as we explore Narendra Modi’s BJP, and what made it the dominant force in Indian politics.

India’s Opposition Parties Set to Skip Ram Temple Inauguration Event

India’s Opposition Parties Set to Skip Ram Temple Inauguration Event

By Snigdhendu Bhattacharya
Their decisions seem bold, given that the BJP’s rise has prompted many of them earlier to adopt strategies seeking to appease the Hindu majority.
India-Maldives War of Words on Social Media Triggers Diplomatic Row

India-Maldives War of Words on Social Media Triggers Diplomatic Row

By Sudha Ramachandran
Neither Modi nor Muizzu can absolve themselves of responsibility for the spat.

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.

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. 

A True Middle Kingdom: Why Is India’s Foreign Policy So Stable?

A True Middle Kingdom: Why Is India’s Foreign Policy So Stable?

By Krzysztof Iwanek
The Indian opposition is unlikely to change New Delhi’s approach to Russia if it comes to power.
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.

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