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Lok sabha results, Narender modi, Balakot air strike, Pulwama  attack

Tsu-NaMo 2.0: What made Narendra Modi win?

Srijana Mitra Das in conversation with Shwweta Punj

POLITICS

 |  Tarar Square  |  7-minute read
Congress, Naya pakistan, New India, BJP

View from Pakistan: Decoding Narendra Modi's victory, and the way forward now

The Modi government, despite some failures, has managed to fulfil many of its pre-2014 electoral promises. And its saffron appeal is strong and accessible.

POLITICS

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No war, New India, Pulwama terrorist attack, BJP

A softer touch: Why Prashant Kishor rocks among hard-core politicians around

With his empathetic and encouraging tweets, Kishor is standing out in a time of angry or arrogant political rhetoric.

POLITICS

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Narendra Modi, New India, Indian surgical strike 2, Surgical strike 2.0

The air strike on Pakistan shows a new Indian state, hard and bold on terror

Earlier, even monstrous terror acts like 26/11 were seen to go unavenged. But with the strikes on Pakistan, India has signalled a shift in national doctrine.

POLITICS

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Lynchings, Economy, Hindutva, BJP

Let not fear rule us in 2018

A country’s peace and prosperity is under threat when its economic and social health is poor.

VOICES

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Amit Shah, BJP, Modi, Rule Of Law

Why I think rule of only one man prevails in Modi's India

Urgent steps must be taken to bring back the people’s faith in the rule of law.

VOICES

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Start-up India, Skill India, New India, Narendra Modi

Modi must realise that the old alibi of blaming '70 years of Congress misgovernance' won’t hold for long

A 'New India' can only be birthed when 'Old India' cedes to new ideation.

VOICES

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New India, Achhe Din, BJP, Modi government

Why young BJP supporters feel betrayed by Modi

Someone needs to tell the party it does not have a clear message, slogan or even an acronym to charm this section of voters.