Despite uninspiring operations, it was assumed that no govt will let this lifeline of the Valley go bust.
India always has had both size and economic potential, which found expression through the past two decades.
Modi’s governance ideas are deeply influenced by East Asian welfare-growth model and social ethos.
What once appeared to be unchallenged assumptions in Indian politics have now been altered.
While in UP, the effort of the Gathbandhan is to consolidate the vote against Modi, the BJP is trying to do just the same in Odisha and West Bengal.
Rahul Gandhi speaks to ET on a gamut of issues including the economy & being called a ‘naamdaar’.
Not in favour of Aadhaar’s use for surveillance; discussions needed on reservations in private sector; will not force decisions without consultations.
China wanted to delay terror designation of Masood Azhar citing Lok Sabha elections but US prevailed
The US did not budge, following which China sent in a written assurance with the date last week.
BJP is eyeing a sizable chunk of the 21 seats in Odisha to compensate for any shortfall elsewhere.
The BJP gamble is that a win will firmly put a stamp of rejection on the ‘other’ version of nationalism that has dominated Indian politics since Independence.
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