Can Modi government weather the storm set off by the protests against the Citizenship (Amendment) Act and National Register of Citizens (NRC)?
The distinct shift of the narrative from appeasement and vote bank to development and empowerment was evident when the results came in May 2019.
The year 2019 saw a further deterioration in economic growth, with a possibility that the current fiscal year may record the slowest annual GDP growth in nearly two decades.
India Today Group Editor-in-Chief talks about how the prime minister and his general set a radical new agenda that reshaped Indian politics in 2019, in the January 6 edition of the India Today Magazine.
A new generation of student leaders objected to the exclusion of Muslims from the CAA. They were a new citizenry showing empathy and cosmopolitanism that the BJP does not comprehend.
The objective behind the Citizenship Amendment Bill was humanitarian justice for the most deprived sections.
As the Rajya Sabha gears up to discuss the CAB, the polarising nature of the Bill cannot be overlooked.
What India needs is sensible but sweeping reform; what India is getting is Soviet-style targets for the bureaucracy.
India Today Group Editor-in-Chief talks about the challenges Devendra Fadnavis faces in the next five years, in the November 4 edition of India Today magazine.
While PM Modi excels at using Bollywood's soft power for hard messaging, his predecessors used it to supplement their own messaging.