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Mar 26, 2018
Ram Navami celebrations in Bengal: TMC move to hijack BJP event shows changing definition of 'secularism'If we look at the political discourse leading up to the 2016 Assembly elections, the focus was on unabashed minorityism and the TMC chief was quite explicit in wooing the 'votebank'.
Mar 05, 2018
Karnataka Assembly polls: Despite risks, allying with Asaduddin Owaisi would serve HD Deve Gowda well, raise his prospects as kingmakerAsaduddin Owaisi could provide the Deve Gowda-led Third Front in Karnataka a strong Muslim face and prevent the 13 percent Muslim votes from falling in Congress' kitty
Jan 13, 2018
Karnataka polls 2018: Congress has a local mascot in Siddaramaiah, but caste alone may not be sufficient to win the stateSiddaramaiah is not a mass leader, but his paroxysms of rage against BJP and Hindutva have made him a household name in Karnataka
Dec 13, 2017
Soft Hindutva hypocrisy catches on in Congress: Not just Rahul Gandhi, Siddaramaiah too harps on being a HinduFor a Congress leader, at least for now, soft Hindutva means hopping from temple to temple with the speed of Mark Twain’s Notorious Jumping Frog of the Calaveras County and shouting he is a Hindu with a tilak on his forehead
Nov 24, 2017
Gujarat Assembly Election 2017: Rahul Gandhi's 'soft Hindutva' holds little appeal for people of DwarkaThe BJP's attack on Rahul Gandhi is a thought-out strategy using which it wants to end the Congress's soft Hindutva strategy.
Nov 13, 2017
Gujarat polls: Rahul Gandhi 's temple visits not 'soft Hindutva', only a continuation of old family practiceRahul Gandhi's temple visits would not yield any electoral dividends in Gujarat elections, this is basically to send the message that the Congress vice-president understands the local dynamics
Nov 01, 2017
Ease of doing business: By dismissing World Bank ranks, Rahul crediting Narendra Modi for India's good showRahul Gandhi has posted yet another sarcastic remark on Twitter, suggesting that India's 30-spot jump does not represent reality, while senior Congress leader Kapil Sibal has started tweeting about Vyapam scam and hunger index.