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

Punjab CM

First Dalit Sikh CM of Punjab: Charanjit Singh Channi

While coping up with the distressing situation over the resignation of Captain Amarinder Singh from the CM seat on Saturday, the new Chief Minister has been appointed for Punjab, on Sunday afternoon. The first-ever Dalit Sikh Chief Minister of Punjab, Mr. Charanjit Singh Channi, also the former Minister of Technical Education and Training will lead Read more about First Dalit Sikh CM of Punjab: Charanjit Singh ChanniRead More

Kabul via Qatar

Kabul via Qatar: A Diplomatic Talk with Taliban leaders

India’s ambassador to Qatar held the first formal conversation with a top Taliban leader on 31st August, the Indian foreign ministry said, the first formal work towards peace between India-Taliban since the hard-line Islamist group took over Afghanistan. The Indian delegate, Deepak Mittal, met Sher Mohammad Abbas Stanekzai, the head of the Taliban’s Political Office Read more about Kabul via Qatar: A Diplomatic Talk with Taliban leadersRead More

Congress Free India: How Far From Reality

The ongoing Covid-19 Pandemic has posed unprecedented challenges in our lives. The effects of demonetization, mismanagement of covid-19 in many parts of India, Job crisis and the low number of sitting in the parliament where vital issues are being discussed and debated and above all the role of opposition parties in raising the voice of Read more about Congress Free India: How Far From RealityRead More

कैसे उत्तर प्रदेश के चुनाव हो रहे है हाईटेक

पिछले कुछ वर्षों में चुनावी प्रचार के तौर तरीकों में काफी बदलाव आया है पहले जहां राजनीतिक दल चुनाव जीतने के लिए जी तोड़ मेहनत करते थे वहीं तमाम उम्मीदवारऔरपार्टियों का इलेक्शन कैंपेन मैनेजमेंट, चुनावी मैनेजमेंट एजेंसीया संभाल रही है। उत्तर प्रदेश में होने वाले पंचायत चुनाव की डेड लाइन हाईकोर्ट ने तय कर दी Read more about कैसे उत्तर प्रदेश के चुनाव हो रहे है हाईटेकRead More

BJP in Southern India

BJP in Southern India

The 2008 Karnataka Legislative Assembly Election served as Bhartiya Janata Party’s gateway to southern India where, for the first time, the party formed government despite not winning a clear majority.  Since then, the party has effectively consolidated a dedicated voter base in most of the adjoining states with the exception of Kerala where the Left Read more about BJP in Southern IndiaRead More

Where Kerala stands in terms of development?

History of Kerala: – Politics in Kerala is dominated by 2 coalition fronts:  the Communist Party of India(Marxist)-led Left Democratic Front (LDF) & the Indian National Congress-led United Democratic Front (UDF) since the late 1970s. The former two coalitions have been alternatively voted to power since 1982. The political alliances have stabilized strongly in such Read more about Where Kerala stands in terms of development?Read More

2020 Bihar Legislative Assembly election

2020 Bihar Legislative Assembly election Bihar Legislative Assembly elections will be held in Bihar in October 2020 to elect 243 members of the Bihar Legislative Assembly. The term of current assembly elected in 2015 will expire on 29 November 2020.This will be a fight between JDU led NDA and RJD led UPA. Leader Tejashwi Yadav Nitish Kumar Sushil Kumar Read more about 2020 Bihar Legislative Assembly electionRead More