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Prakash Raj: Just like BJP, Congress also doesn't want secular voices. There is only one vision for India now
Actor Prakash Raj has been camping in Delhi to support to the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP). He discussed his frustration with BJP, his disappointment with Congress and his hopes of a new political vision.
With coalition politics here to stay, it is important to ensure the office is not misused for making and breaking holy and unholy alliances.
Our elected government, powered by our votes, shouldn't attempt to weaken democracy and institutions.
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Caste has been acknowledged more in politics than in society.
The MLAs were instructed to confuse mediapersons about their destination.
People's mandate does matter and additions, subtractions, defections lead to loss of credibility among the general voters.
The apex court has said that government formation in the state would be subject to the final outcome of the case before it.
Media and analysts would do well to remember that it is never over till the time it is actually over.
| 4-minute read
Karnataka elections show voters don't care about issues like corruption, Dalit atrocities, price rise
The results bring the principle of bounded rationality in Indian politics to the fore once again.
| 5-minute read