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
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.
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
NDTV | While in opposition, the BJP has attacked Manmohan Singh for agreeing to land swaps with Bangladesh. But as PM, Modi has recognised the deal is a win-win
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
NDTV | Nowhere has the PM spelled out a vision for where India would like to move its relationship with the United States over the next five years.
NDTV | He should worry about the activities of his communal friends, not the imagined sins of ‘secular’ foes
NDTV | I questioned the PM’s silence on the BJP’s communal propaganda in UP. His supporters on the show defended that propaganda. With spokesmen and friends like these, Modi doesn’t need enemies.
AL JAZEERA | Taken together, the Indian prime minister’s first 100 days in office have seen both fair portents and dark omens.
NDTV HINDI | The question that interests me most is the mindset behind this decision
BUSINESS STANDARD | Sticking points in the India-Japan nuclear deal and how Tokyo can fix them
THE TIMES OF INDIA | For years, Pakistan opposed moving ahead on other issues citing the Kashmir dispute. Is India now doing the same?