What will it take for the BJP to reform India?

In 2014 the Bharatiya Janata Party gained a complete majority in India’s Lower House of Parliament, called the Lok Sabha, under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi - who promised sweeping developmental reforms. But after 22 months, the reforms remain all talk and no trousers. Within the BJP, there appears a distinct lack of… Continue reading What will it take for the BJP to reform India?

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Rahul’s holiday: Resurrection time or final nail for Congress?

Image: http://www.inc.in The Congress is stuck in a catch 22. The leadership is divided between Rahul and Sonia (and their respective ‘advisors’), both of whom have radically differing views and little idea on how to implement their ideas. And the party is filled with people who are willing to listen to their leaders only sporadically.… Continue reading Rahul’s holiday: Resurrection time or final nail for Congress?

AAP vs Sharad Pawar: Modi’s horrible choice

While Sharad Pawar may not have the scale of the Congress party, he can be easily listed as someone with the most allegations of corruption and criminality. This is the man PM Modi decided was more important to meet than the AAP? Bravo Sir. 'Sab Mile Hue Hain' indeed. To rub salt into the wound,… Continue reading AAP vs Sharad Pawar: Modi’s horrible choice