Indian politics

Ajit Pawar Stakes His Claim


Ajit Pawar left no one in doubt that the political fight with his uncle Sharad Pawar was for real

The Second Republic

Can a Hindu Rashtra be a pluralistic nation?

With Elections Round The Corner Rahul Gandhi Surprises With Bharat Jodo Yatra 2.0

By deciding to embark on a journey from the North East -- sometime in January -- Rahul had clearly decided to keep away from the nitty-gritty of planning and campaigning for the 2024 elections

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A rejoinder to asymmetric secularism

Why Modi Wins Elections

Women are the nodal caste in his radical recharacterisation of varna

Left’s Message to Congress

Left leaders are arguing that it is more important for the Congress leader to contest from northern India or even Karnataka, and that this would send an appropriate signal of political engagement

Post-2014 Climate Change in India

The nature of the Establishment has undergone a definite modification

Akash Anand: The Chosen One

Can Mayawati’s successor rebuild the Bahujan Samaj Party?

KCR’S Tough Test

Apart from the distractions of his national ambitions, misgovernance and alleged scams are hurting BRS


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