Devesh Kumar

  • Election 2009: Boot for mazboot theory

    Election 2009: Boot for mazboot theory

    BJP ran a negative campaign — whether it was calling the PM weak, or trying to resurrect historic issues. It had nothing to offer people than talking about personalities, little wonder it lost.

    No 'bhay' anymore, it's 'jai ho'

    No 'bhay' anymore, it's 'jai ho'

    The party with a difference was neither found mazboot (strong) nor capable of providing a nirnayak (decisive) govt. L K Advani's magic just didn't work.

    Small phase but high stakes in Round IV

    Small phase but high stakes in Round IV

    The fourth phase of the Lok Sabha polls may be covering just 85 constituencies, straddling seven states and a union territory, but its outcome will be keenly awaited by the three main political players -the Congress, the BJP and the CPM.

    Western disturbances to test SP & BJP-RLD

    Western disturbances to test SP & BJP-RLD

    The effectiveness of the BJP's decision to forge a pre-poll alliance with former Union minister Ajit Singh's Rashtriya Lok Dal and Samajwadi Party supremo Mulayam Singh Yadav's hold over his caste-members as also the Muslims will be on test during the fourth phase of polls in Uttar Pradesh.

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