Amit Shah, Narendra Modi have chance to convert BJP's fledgling footprint into solid hold on south India, final bastion for party to breach
A second straight majority for a single party with the hunger, ambition, meticulousness and focus of an Amit Shah, with an icon like Narendra Modi to propel the narrative, offers the BJP a historic opportunity in the south.
Naidu vs KCR: If BJP does not return to power in LS polls, it'll be because one of these Telugu leaders kept party out
Who will rise out of the confused mandate, a knight in shining armour, to put together a story, the numbers, and a leader, to stake claim and form the government keeping Modi and the BJP at bay?
Madhya Pradesh polls 2018: Arun Yadav bullish about chances against 'extremely unpopular' Shivraj Singh Chouhan
In an interview, Arun Yadav exuded confidence without sounding arrogant about his prospects, and more importantly, the prospects of the party in the state.
Attempted murder attack on Jagan Mohan Reddy triggers fear of revival of political violence in Andhra Pradesh
In both Andhra Pradesh and Rayalaseema, the story of Telugu politics is rife with both staged attacks by party sympathisers, as well as a long trail of actual murders.
Congress will sweep Telangana, people are angry at KCR's broken promises, says Captain Uttam Kumar Reddy
Congress's Telangana president Captain Uttam Kumar Reddy says that battle has turned around and that the Congress would perform a clean sweep in the upcoming Assembly elections in all the five states including Telangana, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Chhattisgarh and Mizoram
KCR likely to opt for early polls; Telangana may vote with Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan and Chattisgarh
Telangana chief minister K Chandrasekhar Rao is likely to go for polls along with Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan and Chhattisgarh as he is not keen to get trapped in the binary and polarised narrative set by Narendra Modi and Rahul Gandhi
Andhra Pradesh needs unusual alliance of TDP and YSRCP, creative cooperation can replace confrontation
Naidu and Reddy both want special category status and therefore are fighting with each other for it, while neither has the power, or even is aspiring for the power, to make it a reality for the state.
Farmers' role as investors pushes them into debt trap: Govt can alleviate crisis by shielding them from risk
Farmers ought not to wear the hat of investors, given their meagre resources. If the government becomes the investor, it can alleviate the agrarian crisis.
Instead of Rahul saying Modi has failed, he would do well to imitate YSR and let common people tell other common people if they are happier under Modi.
The protests has less then 10 percent of the students on campus joining in, while a large number of them support their fellow students, they want it to end