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May 28, 2019
Dream Cabinet for Modi 2.0

Narendra Damodardas Modi will take oath as India’s Prime Minister for a second term on Thursday, May 30, 2019. The massive mandate given by the people of India adds additional responsibility to him and his new government to ensure he meets their high expectations. The success over the next five years will depend on the team he chooses to compose his Cabinet and the Council of Ministers. We have put together what we believe could [...]Read More

May 27, 2019
Indian National Congress at The Crossroads!

Yeah, I know that two strong parties would be good for India. Or basically a good opposition party. And yet I wished for a huge victory for BJP, and it turned out that way too. My thoughts were that at this time, in 2019, the way the opposition was, a good opposition would have meant a fractured parliament or a hung one or a coalition. Or in any case, not a great opposition, but a [...]Read More

May 27, 2019
Congress has traditionally followed a pro-minority policy.

As citizens of India and voters, we can only speculate on the reasons for the drubbing the grand old party received in the 2019 General Elections. However, a closer examination will reveal certain shortcomings in Congress strategy. The ‘Gandhi’ disadvantage The Nehru-Gandhi family political legacy had evolved into a heirloom passing on from one generation to another, along with all the privileges associated with it. The Congress party has not been able to dissociate itself from [...]Read More

May 26, 2019
10 Reasons Why BJP Won

TINA factor From 2014 onwards, Narendra Modi’s image as a strong leader and the only person capable of serving as PM for a second term was carefully cultivated. “There Is No Other Alternative (TINA)” factor was the constant rhetoric. The BJP think-tank realized they had a massive advantage of continuing support among its 2014 voters and communicated the TINA factor to undecided voters still unsure of which party to vote. It included the 8 crore [...]Read More

May 26, 2019
The Leftist ideology gained prominence during the Russian Revolution of 1917.

The birth of the Left in India was rooted in the nation’s continuing struggle to obtain freedom from the British colonial rule in the early 20th-century. Rise of Leftist ideology before Independence The Leftist ideology gained prominence during the Russian Revolution of 1917. The revolution under the leadership of Lenin had a gigantic influence on world politics. In India, a socialist ideology started taking shape when labourers and farmers toiling away in the countryside joined [...]Read More

May 26, 2019
BJP did not field any Muslim candidate in 2019

In the context of Muslim voters and Muslim representation in Parliament, the 2019 general election results have revealed the following: Muslim voters do not vote together as a vote bank The general perception that Muslim voters vote collectively for one candidate or party stands disproved. Over the years, voting trends in areas with concentrated Muslims show no specific trends towards a single party. It was evident in 2014 and 2019. Same is true for Muslim [...]Read More

May 25, 2019
JD(U) voters who have a large presence in the city voted against Shatrughan Sinha

This contest is interesting for all students of political science and electoral politics. Law Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad (BJP) challenged former film actor and three-time MP Shatrughan Sinha (Cong) in the 2019 Lok Sabha elections and won the prestigious Patna Sahib seat. RS Prasad received 6.07,506 votes representing a 61.85 percent vote share while Shatrughan Sinha got 3,22,849 votes representing a 32.87 percent vote share. The margin of defeat was 2,84,657 votes. That’s a massive [...]Read More

May 25, 2019
Sheila Dikshit has Finished her Political Career

Sheila Dikshit lost to sitting BJP MP Manoj Tiwari at North East Delhi seat.   Yes. It looks like it’s the end of her political career. Sheila Dikshit, 81, made her last attempt in the 2019 general elections hoping to win the North East Delhi seat. She was trumped by sitting BJP MP Manoj Tiwari by 3,66,102 votes, and also lost her last opportunity for making a comeback. What went wrong for Sheila Dikshit? Simply [...]Read More

May 25, 2019
There Is No Alternative (TINA) to Narendra Modi was both a statement and a question.

There Is No Alternative (TINA) to Narendra Modi was both a statement and a question posed to the Indian citizens across India. The answer seemed obvious to all. There was no alternative, and no one understood that better than PM Modi and his trusted lieutenant Amit Shah. The complexity of issues, challenge of high expectations, lack of convincing solutions, found a simple counter – TINA. And the BJP fought its entire campaign by placing TINA [...]Read More

May 24, 2019
India is all-set and excited to know the election results 2019

4:01 PM Congress gets resignations of state incharges After the shameful defeat of Congress, the party is now receiving resignations. As per the reports, at least incharges of 3 states have given their resignations. **** 3:28 PM G Parameswara on government After BJP’s massive win, Congress leader G Parameswara has made clear that their Congress alliance would continue under the guidance of HD Kumaraswamy. He added that they wouldn’t let BJP to tamper with their [...]Read More

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