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How BJP won and what it means for politics

How BJP won and what it means for politics

BJP supporters celebrate the party’s victory in the Maharashtra and Haryana elections. Photograph: PTI photo   The Bharatiya Janata Party’s solid solo performance in Maharashtra and Haryana assembly elections confirms continuation of some of the trends that emerged in the Lok Sabha elections in May this year. The saffron party has won a majority of seats in Haryana and has emerged as the single-largest formation in Maharashtra. It has done so with the help of a ..., 5 days ago
A multi-cornered fight in Haryana, 1 week ago

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Hindi media users more likely to back BJP: study

Comment · print · T T T+· T- TOPICS Citizens with higher exposure to the media were much more likely to have voted for the BJP in the 2014 Lok Sabha election, new research says Citizens with higher exposure to the media were much ...
 The Hindu3 weeks ago
Indian Express

The appeal of the problem solver

Modi's ability to sway the electorate is linked to the fact that in weakly institutionalised states, individuals can exercise a large influence. There is an overwhelming consensus that it is not the BJP, but its prime ministerial candidate Narendra ...
 Indian Express2 months ago

India, Modi and the West Lothian question

There is also the matter of Narendra Modi's style of functioning—it mimics, unconsciously perhaps, that of Indira Gandhi. Photo: Pradeep Gair/Mint On 14 November 1977, the British parliament was discussing a Bill for Scottish devolution when Tam ...
 Livemint.com2 days ago Narendra Modi signals break from the past in I-Day speech  Livemint.com2 months ago

Labour, Capital and the Corporate Media

THE relationship between capital and labour is not confined to the material reality alone, rather it operates as much in the production and communication of knowledge. The penetration of capital into all non-material ideological spheres and the ...
 Peoples Democracy.in2 weeks ago

Is the internet pro-BJP?

Comment · print · T T T+· T- What new data shows on the political choices of India's internet users Earlier, I looked at a great new study by political scientists Rahul Verma and Shreyas Sardesai on the link between media exposure and ...
 The Hindu3 weeks ago
Outlook India

Second Inning Duck

Jitender Gupta Surveying the field This time, president Amit Shah's BJP lost the plot UTTAR PRADESH: BYELECTIONS The BJP banked on fear-mongering in the UP bypolls—and failed Saba Naqvi When the love is missing and the jehad ...
 Outlook India1 month ago

The story of my Sanskrit

Sanskrit must be taken back from the clutches of Hindu supremacists, bigots, believers in brahmin exclusivity, misogynists, Islamophobes and a variety of other wrong-headed characters on the right, whose colossal ambition to control India's vast ...
 The Hindu2 months ago
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