The BJP seems to be defensive about Rahul Gandhi's charges, and floundering at its social media management. The Congress is doing better online, but what about its grassroots presence?
With Rahul and Priyanka Gandhi raising some very real issues affecting the people, Modi's 'muscular nationalism' alone is not going to hold much water.
Young India is looking forward to a jeans and T-shirt-wearing political leader. The Congress also needs alliances of a bold new kind. The old guard must therefore make way for the new.
He's maintained a respectful silence over the appalling Pulwama attack, but it's time the Congress leader asked PM Modi some uncomfortable questions.
As Parliament wraps up its Budget Session and polls loom ahead, it's important to look under the rhetoric and see exactly where Modi has led people to.
The BJP is trying the Hindutva card fervently in Bengal. It has stoked tension but not yet outright hate
Over the last two years, the RSS and BJP have made many attempts to demonise Mamata Banerjee as 'pro-Muslim' and themselves as 'emancipators' of upper-caste Bengalis. The result? So far, no good.
Both Ananth Hegde and Siddaramaiah acted the same deplorable way. Why did one get ignored, one get major play?
They were both instances of misogyny. So why does only one get highlighted and the other lost?
BJP is desperate to appropriate the legacy of leaders like Subhash Chandra Bose and Sardar Patel by pitting them against Nehru. That's how low its politics has gone.