Of the BJP, by the BJP

Anil Budur Lulla

The politics of pelf returns to haunt Karnataka’s ruling party

Ghost at the Banquet

Nitish Kumar’s outburst against an ad put out by his alliance partner in Bihar raises some questions. Is he play acting? Or is he about to sever ties with the BJP?

Oh My Gadkari!

The BJP president has finally arrived, say his cheerleaders. But his arrival, be it by means of his actions or statements, has left many of his party members aghast.

India This Week

Love the Animals, Hug the Butchers; Maharashtra’s Missing Girls; Kerala BJP Looks up to Bangalore; Return of the Mother of All Monitors; Revenge Politics

The more things change…

Party president Nitin Gadkari has set up a new team to revive the BJP, but if the party needed a break from the past, this is certainly not it.

India This Week

New Faces in the Prime Minister’s Office; Not Counting Chickens; Munnar, a Paradise Lost

The BJP Ultimatum

The principal opposition party’s Indore conclave signalled an RSS-induced resolve to put their house in order and broaden the party’s vote base.

India This Week

BJP’s Politics Takes on Deeper Saffron Hue; Highway to Trouble; The Farce Called Rehabilitation; Spare Shibli College the Politics

God Has Left Politics

There’s proof Indians are becoming more religious. Yet the days of politics based on religion seem to be over. What happened?

Can This Man Save the BJP?

Nitin Gadkari is set to take over a party that desperately needs someone who can shape victories. A look at what his vote-pulling formula might be


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