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After the vote
Is the country ready for a new grammar of political contestation in which the political parties are judged by the voters for their record/promise of delivering on basic issues, asks Harish Khare.
Caste calculus gone awry
In Rajasthan, the election results announce the arrival of a new order in the BJP, says Sunny Sebastian reports.
Positive vote for governance
The BJP brand of "negative politics" failed to cut ice with the Delhi electorate, writes Sujay Mehdidia.
A silent transformation
The undercurrent against the incumbent Congress Government went unnoticed in Chhattisgarh, says Aarti Dhar.
To advance or not to advance general election
By K.K. Katyal
NEW DELHI, DEC. 5. Towards the end of 1970, the air was thick with speculation over an early general election. The Prime Minister of the day, Indira Gandhi, strongly denied that she planned premature dissolution of the Lok Sabha. Atal Bihari ...
Bumpy roads overturn Digvijay
The BJP subtly kept aside its Hindutva agenda and built its entire election campaign around the issue of development in Madhya Pradesh, Says Lalit Shastri.
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