Of all the five state Assembly elections, the results of Assam election are set to redefine political concept of majoritarianism
West Bengal's ruling Trinamool Congress and Tamil Nadu's ruling AIADMK seem set to retain power on Thursday as the BJP is on the road to victory in Assam and the Left appears to be making a comeback in Kerala.
ABP is one of Bengal’s few successful enterprises and Mamata Banerjee will surely think twice before doing it permanent harm
Much before a flurry of exit polls predicted a big win for the BJP-led alliance in Assam, the Congress appeared to have had thrown in the towel.
If Bengal is indeed in her bag, Mamata could be well on her way to Delhi in 2019. She has made her ambition quite clear on multiple occasions.
With his trials and errors, half-baked ideas and hypocrisy, Rahul is actually destroying the Congress. Not brick by brick, not pillar by pillar, but floor by floor.
In the run up to the 2006 Assembly elections, culture of freebies touched a new high when the DMK announced free colour televisions.
Assam was the Congress' only hope in this round of polling.
In a political environment where votes can be purchased through freebies, a system that allows for proper accounting is better than a system that blurs accounting and accountability.
While the Kerala CM is hopeful for another UDF term, political observers do not rule out the possibility of BJP emerging kingmaker
Chandy's United Democratic Front (UDF) is hoping that BJP's punching above weight in the southern state may help it to scrape through in a triangular contest
The ferocity of the #PoMoneModi campaign on Twitter should ideally remind the Prime Minister of a flaw in his tactics.
A careful look at the facts makes it clear that Modi never did compare the state to the country. He had balanced the infant mortality rate among the state's scheduled tribe community with that of a sub-Saharan African nation, and in that, he wasn't off the mark at all.
There is absolutely no time for damage control. For shooting yourself in the foot, Mr Modi, this one is hard to beat.
The connection between Kollywood superstars like Rajinikanth, Kamal Haasan and Tamil Nadu politics is deep, and real