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Jun 21, 2018
Kairana alliance: A month after BJP's bypoll drubbing, Narendra Modi still a force in Hindutva labThough the opposition is united against BJP, the electorate seems divided. Just because it was defeated in Kairana bypolls, there is no reason for BJP to feel downcast.
Jan 28, 2018
Facing backlash, Karnataka government modifies circular directing withdrawal of cases against minority communityAmid growing criticism, the Karnataka government has decided to amend its earlier circular and replace the words "innocent minorities" with "all innocent".
Dec 06, 2017
25 years since Babri Masjid demolition: Religion cannot be the agenda of a govt, says Mamata BanerjeeTargeting the BJP on the anniversary of Babri mosque demolition, West Bengal chief minister Mamata Banerjee on Wednesday said divisive politics that began 25 years ago is still continuing and religion cannot be an election issue or the agenda of a government.
Oct 03, 2017
Mangaluru's present identity as hotbed of communal tension sharply contrasts with its peaceful pastAfter 2000, polarisation along religious lines became more pronounced in Mangaluru and coastal Karnataka. The battle lines based on religion were drawn.
Jul 26, 2017
Uddhav Thackeray's remark on non-Marathi Hindus shows Shiv Sena's desperation to remain relevantShiv Sena chief Uddhav Thackeray's remark against non-Marathi Hindus shows that the catchment area for politics of hatred is shrinking in size, demanding an even more narrow and parochial approach to remain relevant
Jan 02, 2017
Supreme Court terming seeking votes based on religion illegal, a positive development: CPIThe CPI on Monday welcomed Supreme Court holding that appeal for vote on ground of religion amounts to "corrupt practice", but said the issue of caste and language needs to be addressed "carefully".
Nov 10, 2015
Did BJP rely too much on Modi? Five key things party could've done differently in BiharBihar defied the high-octane campaigning by Amit Shah-Narendra Modi combine on Sunday and voted the incumbent Nitish Kumar-led Grand Alliance into power.
Oct 12, 2015
Ruckus over beef won't work in Bihar polls: BJP may have shot itself in the footBihar's political history suggests that unlike other north Indian states, a straight-down-the-middle communal polarisation has never succeeded in smudging the horizontal divisions on caste lines.
Sep 10, 2015
BJP working on 'agenda and time table' set by RSS, alleges CPI(M)CPI(M) on Thursday accused the ruling BJP of working on an "agenda and time table" set by the RSS and said that fight has to be taken against the NDA government and the Hindutva outfit which follows "pernicious ideology" and engages in "communal politics".
Jul 16, 2015
Communalising Bihar polls: Talk of Muslim 'consolidation' is polarisingCome an election in Bihar or Uttar Pradesh and media analysts begin to tirelessly and tritely measure the degree of consolidation of Muslim voters behind one or the other party.