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


21 Years of TRS – Will It Continue to Grow, Or Begin to Fail?

In Telangana, TRS is undoubtedly the dominant party. It was the first party formed with the single-point agenda of bifurcating Andhra Pradesh and creating Telangana. The party cited lack of development, disproportionate allocation of resources and employment, and differences in culture. TRS’s spearheading of the final Telangana Movement was ultimately successful in 2014, which elevated Read more about 21 Years of TRS – Will It Continue to Grow, Or Begin to Fail?Read More