NDTV |The political soil of Bengal, as well as Assam and Odisha, is fertile for the BJP – provided the party is willing to grow organically
NDTV | As we look beyond Delhi for the national implications of the BJP’s spectacular defeat, two questions loom large: one for the BJP, the other for the opposition
NDTV | Whether AAP wins or not, it has dealt itself right back in to the political game
NDTV | Its 3M strategy — Modi, money and mud — has so far failed to make a dent in the Aam Aadmi Party’s growing popularity
NDTV | Had her ‘letter bomb’ been drafted before word leaked of the CBI being unleashed against her, it might have had greater explosive charge.
NDTV | Eight months on from its stunning defeat, the Congress still doesn’t know how to find its footing on the frightening new political terrain where it is placed
HUFFINGTON POST | The government’s choices for the Censor Board plumb a new low even for a body prone to politicisation and patronage
OUTLOOK | Despite the upbeat feeling, things are seeming to stall. Modi’s one-man show and the mischief of saffron outfits are his biggest weakness.
TIMES OF INDIA | The future of the rule of law, and indeed of democracy in India, will rest on the ability of the courts to do justice in the Sohrabuddin, Kauserbi and Prajapati cases
NDTV | In both Jammu and Kashmir and Jharkhand, the BJP will need allies to come to power
NDTV |Narendra Modi’s silence in the face of the communal statements his party colleagues have been making recently is something of a mystery
TIMES OF INDIA | There are many problems with Indian democracy and the Indian electoral system that need fixing but compulsory voting is hardly the answer to these
NDTV | You can tell the barrel of talent within the BJP is being scraped pretty thin when Modi has had to make ministers out of a sitting Chief Minister, leaders poached from other parties, and a back-room player from the RSS