Of the People

Mihir Srivastava

Arvind Kejriwal’s party, true to its name, has pledged to put up ‘common people’ for Delhi’s Assembly polls. We speak to some of them

Left Seeks to Bring Together Regional Parties

Learning from the 2009 experience, Left leaders propose a policy platform and shy away from any talk of a third front

The BJP Swallows Mayawati’s Bait

As sacked UP ministers go to other parties, allegations of corruption against the BSP lose their punch

Rail, Road, Rahul

Nitish is cruising on development, Lalu is peddling a turnaround story, Rahul is planning for the future, and everyone else seems to be shunning ‘Modi’

The Good, the Bad and the Difficult

The Congress’ bold new gameplan to win UP and Bihar polls involves setting up ‘third front’ alternatives to dominant regional parties in these states.

Trinamool Sweeps Civic Polls

However, the margins in many seats were narrow. And, for the party to perform in the Assembly polls, it will have to deliver in the municipalities.

Polls are Child’s Play

Research on polling choices suggests appearance counts far more than substance


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