Why You Should Begin Preparations At Least 18 Months Prior to Elections

Indian elections have become highly competitive in the past decade or so. With data-driven technology seeping deep into the electoral process, simple election techniques have become redundant and highly ineffective. Political aspirants have to work harder than before to shine brighter than their competitors, and ensure they have a profound impact on the constituents who Read more about Why You Should Begin Preparations At Least 18 Months Prior to ElectionsRead More

SOUTH INDIAN POLITICS – IN A NUTSHELL

South Indian Politics – In A Nutshell

Politics in South India is particularly distinct. Most southern states have strong linguistic and cultural identities, which ensures the inevitable dominance of regional parties, and the subsequent growth limitation of national parties. DEFYING THE NORM Admittedly, during the early years of post-independence, Congress penetration was deep, but one of the first Indian states to defy Read more about South Indian Politics – In A NutshellRead More

INDIAN POLITICS - TWITTER TAKEOVER

Twitter Takeover: What It Might Mean For Indian Politics

Indian politics is incomplete without social media in the 21st century. From its roots back in the late 2000s when very few politicians had a Twitter or Facebook account, to now, when politicians without a social media presence are suspiciously viewed, Indian politics has happily adopted this medium to communicate with the public. This change, Read more about Twitter Takeover: What It Might Mean For Indian PoliticsRead More

VOTER POLARIZATION

Bulldozing Has Only One Consequence: Voter Polarization

Many symbols define the politics of India in the 21st century, from the mighty elephant to the humble broom. Lately, we are witnessing the rise of yet another mobilizing symbol – the bulldozer.  Political moves always have consequences – some far-reaching, extending beyond the initial effects. The demolition drive at Jahangirpuri caused a commotion, disturbed Read more about Bulldozing Has Only One Consequence: Voter PolarizationRead More