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BJP Ltd and its shell companies: If politics was boardroom strategy
BJP Ltd and its shell companies: If politics was boardroom strategy

Partnerships are made to give the national party a toehold and a chance to eventually dominate, through psychological and financial means.

Kerala's Draconian Free Speech Law: How the Left Strayed on the Path of the Right
Kerala's Draconian Free Speech Law: How the Left Strayed on the Path of the Right

In many ways, the new legal section in Kerala is acutely reminiscent of the notorious Section 66A of the Information Technology Act, 2000, which was struck down by the Supreme Court.

What to make of more than 70m Americans who voted for Trump?

As of today, 73,781,603 people voted for Trump, which amounts to 47.2 percent of the total votes counted.

If Indeed the Gupkar Alliance Is Irrelevant, Why Has the BJP Launched Into a Tirade?

Nothing would raise the stock of the BJP as much as to vanquish the Alliance in a freely conducted, constitutionally sanctioned democratic exercise.

What will a Biden presidency mean for US-Pakistan relations?

Joe Biden’s election victory could be an opportunity for Islamabad to strengthen its economic and strategic ties to the US.

Analysing the Bihar Election Result

Proving most exit polls wrong, the National Democratic Alliance (NDA) crossed the mid-way mark in the 243-member Bihar Assembly, winning 125 seats. The Bihar election of 2020 has been especially significant due to several reasons.

Bihar Elections 2020: 5 Key Takeaways For 2021 Bengal Polls

With Bengal being the next battle state, here are some pointers parties can take from the Bihar results.

Why Blame Rahul Gandhi? A Congress That Can’t Sack Its Incompetent Boss Deserves What It Gets

A party which mutters under its breath about Rahul Gandhi’s incompetence and then does nothing about it is a party that deserves him as its head.

BJP wins states by overriding local issues with ideological. Bihar is latest example

RJD-led Mahagathbadhan had won nearly 70% seats in the first phase of Bihar election by avoiding BJP's ideological battle. But things overturned in phase 3.

Explained: The importance of minister Suvendu Adhikari — to Trinamool & BJP

Trinamool Congress leaders said Suvendu Adhikari has started distancing himself from the party on account of the rise of Abhishek Banerjee, party MP and Mamata’s nephew.

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