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Modi,Amit Shah की Parliament Speech। Akash,Kailash Vijayvargiya। Journalist से औकात वाली बात

Neta Nagri, new political discussion series of the Lallantop, with senior journalist Rajdeep Sardesai. In…

AMIT SHAH RAHUL GANDHI और NARENDRA MODI की पहली मुश्किल

Saurabh Dwivedi and Rajdeep Sardesai presents Neta Nagri. Weekly round up of political events in…

Kaun Banega Pradhan Mantri? Game on!

As the temperatures sharply dip in the national capital, the political heat is rising. The…

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The social media election is here!

Amit Shah is often credited as the BJP president who has converted Indian elections from…

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From Raj Dharma to Chanakya-neeti: is BJP a party with a difference?

In 1996, soon after LK Advani resigned as an MP over his name surfacing in…

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When Politics is ‘War’

As a 24×7 news journalist, late nights are an occupational hazard. After almost three decades…

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Decoding Gujarat’s ‘resort’ politics

If Bihar’s business is politics, then Gujarat’s business is business. The sharpest Gujarati minds have…

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Stop the ‘marketing’ of surgical strikes

In the 1980s when Rajiv Gandhi had chosen to attack his opponents by warning that…

Modi@1: the fine line between arrogance and self confidence.

The only thing certain about Indian politics is its constant edge of uncertainty. If in…

Why Modi-Shah duo will win Maharashtra

Political judgements based on opinion polls are hazardous at the best of times, but when there is a five-cornered fight like in Maharashtra, pollsters are often whistling in the dark. There were almost 50 constituencies in Maharashtra in 2009 where the margin was less than 5,000 votes, making any conclusive poll prediction a nightmare. And yet, let me stick my neck out on my home state: The BJP will be almost certainly the single-largest party and, in fact, should get a clear majority.