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Why Gujarat Local Election Results Augur Well for BJP

The BJP has done well in urban and semi-urban areas during the Gujarat local polls despite nearly everything going against it. Here is a look at the social and political dynamics that influenced the poll results.

Narendra Modi and Collective Leadership

'Taking everyone together as a team' is a heart-warming sentiment that almost always stands the risk of failing the test of circumstances. For, the unpalatable truth of life is that not everyone is born equal - or can even grow to be an equal.

India Beware: Bangladesh is Staring at Anarchy

With no end in sight to political turmoil rooted in historic conflicts and sectarianism, Bangladesh is edging closer each day to chaos.

Embracing the Last Resort (News Report)

Marking a departure from its traditional stand of staying “completely apolitical”, India’s ongoing anti-corruption movement on July 31 appeared to lean towards formation of a political alternative.

Anshuman Rawat Interviews Nitin Gadkari

President of Indian opposition Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) Nitin Gadkari believes that his party would bring the economy of India back on track by dislodging the present ruling coalition in 2014 elections Established in 1980, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is India’s second largest political party in terms of representation in the parliament. Occupying the […]

INTERVIEW: Shantanu Bhagwat

An engineer by training, Shantanu Bhagwat is a one-time diplomat turned venture investor and now advisor, to start-ups. In a career spanning two decades, Mr. Bhagwat has worked across geographies and industries, including several years in Japan and in the UK. He is a personal investor in several start-ups in India, including Myntra– a personalised […]