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The Modi-Shah Poll Tunes
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The Modi-Shah Poll Tunes

Mukul Kesavan in the Telegraph: His Master's Voice The difficulty with believing the BJP’s new ‘governance’ anthem is that Modi and his right-hand man, Amit Shah, chose during their election campaigns to sing a succession of the sangh ... Outlook, 1 week ago

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The Hindu, 3 months ago
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Lessons For Aap's Liberal Critics

After pointing out the obvious lessons to be learnt by Kejriwal and Co., writing for the Telegraph, Mukul Kesavan asks if there are, equally, lessons for Aam Aadmi Party's liberal critics: Why the AAP still matters From what point of vantage do we criticize ...
 Outlook2 months ago

Understanding Indian political discourse

Words such as secularism, vote-bank, dharma, coalition and Gandhi will be difficult for an Indophile neophyte to comprehend So you know India goes to the polls next week, and you also know that no election in history has involved the political will ...
 Gulf News1 week ago

His master's voice: Amit Shahs speeches in UP belie the promise of a new BJP

Much of the conversation around this election has been driven by the argument that Narendra Modi's BJP is a party whose agenda centres on governance and growth, not on communally divisive and inflammatory issues like the building of a Ram temple at Ayodhya or the demonizing of Muslims. The BJP's manifesto, released on Monday, which had the Ram Mandir and other sectarian staples consigned to page 41, was cited as more evidence of this evolution.  Read Mukul Kesavan's piece on the ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago
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A guide to slippery language of Indian politics

Chandrahas Choudhury / Bloomberg So you know India is at the polls, and you also know that no election in history has involved the political will of such a large amount of people (about 800 million voters). You are an Indophile and have a broad ...
 The Japan News1 week ago Language of Indian politics  Japan Times1 week ago Indian politics has a language of its own  Livemint.com2 weeks ago The Language of Indian Politics  Bloomberg2 weeks ago

Intellectuals flag threat to secular polity

A group of noted academics, artists and concerned citizens have issued an appeal, in the context of Elections 2014, to defend India's secular democracy. The statement, the lead signatories to which are Zoya Hasan, Rooprekha Verma, Sashi Kumar, ...
 The Hindu1 week ago

Despite Srinivasan stepping down, corruption still a grave issue

It was a long dagger into the heart of the IPL." That is what Unni Krishnan, managing director of Brand Finance India, makes of the Supreme Court's (SC's) observations on the embattled president of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), N ...
 Economic Times2 weeks ago
The Hindu

Power to the aam aadmi, not dictatorship of the Aam Aadmi Party

Tujhse naaraaz nahin Kejriwal hairan hoon main (I cannot possibly be vexed by thy antics Kejriwal; on the contrary, I am flummoxed!). That's how my heart reacts when I think of the man who has become the bete noire of every established political ...
 The Hindu3 weeks ago

The Supreme Court and Mr Srinivasan

Earlier this week, the Supreme Court told lawyers representing the Board of Control for Cricket in India that if the Board's president, N. Srinivasan, didn't step down from his post voluntarily, the court would pass orders compelling him to step down. The court went further; it declared that it was "nauseating' that Srinivasan was still in office. It didn't stop there; referring to the earlier inquiry commissioned by the BCCI into the scandal (conducted by two retired judges of the Madras ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago

India 2014 Election: Will Third-Party Candidate Arvind Kejriwal Siphon Key Votes Away From BJP And Narendra Modi?

India Today reported that during a public appearance in Jammu & Kashmir state (an area that India and Pakistan have long fought over), Modi quipped that Pakistan admires three AKs the iconic AK-47 assault rifle; AK-49 (a play on words referring to ...
 International Business Times3 weeks ago
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