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Can BJP win the Madhya Pradesh assembly elections 2018?
Analysis, Madhya Pradesh

Can BJP win the Madhya Pradesh assembly elections 2018?

The countdown for the Madhya Pradesh assembly elections 2018 has begun and both the national parties, the Indian National Congress and the Bharatiya Janata Party are gearing up to conquer the throne of the second largest state of India. Elections are scheduled to be held in the month of the November. Madhya Pradesh assembly elections 2018 are important for both the parties as, for Congress, it is a chance to rewrite the history by completing the story of victory, which was left incomplete in Gujarat. On the other hand, it is very much important for BJP too as they cannot lose to Congress at this crucial moment when 2019 elections are around the corner, also they have to compensate for the damage during Gujarat elections. Thus, our country is awaiting to host biggest political battlefields ...
Can Congress win the Madhya Pradesh elections 2018?
Analysis, Madhya Pradesh

Can Congress win the Madhya Pradesh elections 2018?

As we celebrate India’s 69th Republic day, this year shall witness the most obvious manifestation of this ‘Republic’ – elections, in the central state of Madhya Pradesh. Three full terms in power leading to a wave of anti-incumbency against the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), a large-scale scam, rising farmer discontent has opened up the possibility of the Indian National Congress (Congress) returning to power, albeit subject to its own unity. Additionally, with the talks of aligning all State Assembly elections with the General Election and this mass exercise of franchise taking place this year, the role of the Union Government and the Governor assumes importance. Lets look into deep if Congress can win the Madhya Pradesh Elections 2018. Growing anti-incumbency against BJP might have an ef
How has the Kejriwal led government performed till now?
Analysis, Delhi

How has the Kejriwal led government performed till now?

Controversy's "favorite child" Arvind Kejriwal, has had relatively fewer prime time bytes in a while now. Having faced an immense setback in the Delhi Municipal Corporation Elections in the last cycle, the activist turned leader seems to be working on changing the perception of himself and the party. With two years left in office, post a historical mandate for his party, Kejriwal needs to work fast to get past the disenchanted voters in the capital. The capital continues to face serious hazards in the domains of environment and women safety. Here's a peek into how Kejriwal government has performed by now. How did Kejriwal’s government face the Election Commission’s recommendation to disqualify 20 AAP MLA’s? The Election Commission in a recent move has sent out a recommendation to disqual
The Biggest U-Turns of Narendra Modi Government
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The Biggest U-Turns of Narendra Modi Government

The Modi government recently allowed Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) of up to 100% through direct method. This means foreign companies no longer need the permission of the government to invest more than 49% in a company. These sectors include single-brand retail, construction, and civil aviation. The odd thing here is that it is the same BJP party in power who opposed the FDI when in opposition. BJP now have made a U-turn on the anti-FDI stand of theirs.The Modi government has forgotten their own stance on single brand retail when they were in opposition. The order marks another U-turns of Narendra Modi government. It is also not the first time when NDA government have made U-turns on their promises or policies after coming into power. In the three years of their time in power, they hav...
Karnataka elections 2018: Can Yogi win Karnataka for BJP ?
Analysis, Karnataka

Karnataka elections 2018: Can Yogi win Karnataka for BJP ?

Are Karnataka elections 2018 to be a roadmap to Loksabha elections 2019 ? After paving the way for saffron flags in 19 states of India out of total 29 states, Bhartiya Janta Party is all set to gear its next move for the upcoming elections in the 2018. Out of the list of the states bound to go to poll for State Legislative Assembly Elections in the early phase of 2018 like the North East states of Tripura, Meghalaya, Mizoram and Nagaland, other states like Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh, one of the most important point of attraction lies in the state of Karnataka where currently the largest opposition party is in chair under the leadership of Chief Minister Siddaramaiah. The state sends 12 members to Rajya Sabha and 28 members to the Lok Sabha. Mr. Siddaramaiah is the 22nd elected Chief M...
Meghalaya Elections 2018 – Is BJP all set to expand its footprint in the North East?
Analysis, Meghalaya

Meghalaya Elections 2018 – Is BJP all set to expand its footprint in the North East?

The Year 2018 holds special significance, as it is not only the year which will set the tone for the Indian General Elections of 2019, but will also see some key states going for their legislative elections. The first in the order, is the Meghalaya assembly elections, which is scheduled to go for polls in February 2018. With a history of electing the Congress government and with an incumbent Congress Chief Minister, Meghalaya elections 2018 would be watched closely for, Bharatiya Janta Party is making all attempts to breach the traditional voting patterns and increase their footprint in the north-east region. Here’s all that you need to know, about the first poll bound state. All you need to know about Meghalaya elections 2018: The 9th elections for the Legislative Assembly of Meghalaya
Mamta Banerjee Government: How it has fared in west bengal?
Analysis, West Bengal

Mamta Banerjee Government: How it has fared in west bengal?

In West Bengal, the Mamta Banerjee government has time and again proved that Trinamool Congress is one of the most popular regional party in India. The credits of the popularity go to the strong leadership of Mamta Banerjee who has guided the party in the right direction. Born (5 January 1955) & brought up in a lower-middle-class family by Promileswar Banerjee & Gaytri Devi in Brahmin Bengali family of Kolkata, Mamta Banerjee had an ordinary childhood. Her father died due to lack of medical treatment when Mamta was only 17 years old.In the men’s world, she proved she was there to rule. Let’s have a look what made, an ordinary girl ‘Didi’ of Bengal – the first women chief mister of Bengal throne. Mamta Banerjee - Early life and education: Mamta Banerjee belonged to a lower-mid
Gujarat and Himachal Election Results 2017-Will this affect 2019 election?
Analysis, Gujarat, Himachal Pradesh

Gujarat and Himachal Election Results 2017-Will this affect 2019 election?

The recently concluded elections in the states of Himachal and gave both - the parties and the people - many lessons in political observation and prediction. Let's have a look on the assembly election results 2017 a little depper to understand its impact on 2019 election. Gujarat, the home turf of the Bharatiya Janata Party mirrored to a large extent the expected trends of  2019, which we can safely say, will be replicated in the rest of the country, plus or minus the unique social mechanics of each state. At the same time, it would do both the diminished-but-not-yet-defeated BJP and the resurgent-but-not-yet-risen Congress, well,  to tread the path of caution. Himachal, on the other hand, has stuck to its tradition of booting out the incumbent. As expected the BJP won well, but here
2G Spectrum Scam Verdict: Will it help Congress to regain power?
Analysis, India

2G Spectrum Scam Verdict: Will it help Congress to regain power?

19th December 2017 is the date which now hold significance for UPA and its allies. The date marks the end of the trial of 2G spectrum scam. The 2G spectrum scam was the starting point of UPA’s decline and first of many scams to come. The date though will be remembered by the Congress and its allies in UPA II as the date of vindication. The special court in its verdict of acquitted all the accused, including the then IT minister A. Raja and Kanimozhi. With the verdict, Congress leader Kapil Sibal came out questioning the former CAG controller Vinod Rai about the CAG report. The report played the important role of quantifying the loss to the government. It put the loss around 1.76 lakh crore to the exchequer. The loss in terms of reputation damage was much larger. As Time magazine puts it
Can BJP win Karnataka elections 2018?
Analysis, Karnataka

Can BJP win Karnataka elections 2018?

After the victory of BJP in Gujarat which created a win-win situation for both the National parties, Bharatiya Janata Party and Indian National Congress, BJP has started looking towards Karnataka which is generally considered to be the gateway to south politics by many political strategists. Unlike, other parts of India, Southern politics are always fascinating, interesting and way different too. The minimal effect of Modi's wave during 2014 Lok Sabha elections evidenced the same. However, with the advent of BJP in several issues in south politics, the erstwhile situation seems to be changing, which proves that “BJP” is skeptical about its strategies. Let's look in detail can BJP win Karnataka elections 2018? Vote now: Karnataka Opinion Poll 2018: Who Will Win 2018 Karnataka Elections? A