Swarajya’s 2019 election season ground reporting project that will cover issues and constituencies that deserve a place in the media narrative.
The NDA government’s decision to accelerate work on Kartarpur Corridor project is likely to help Sunny Deol in polls.
People here seem highly impressed with the work of the Modi government.
However, in certain pockets, the Shiromani Akali Dal is indeed strong.
The voter of Barasat is fed up with a crime-ridden constituency, and may be looking for a change.
Thanks to social media, the world is aware of this forced Hindu exodus. ‘Secular’ parties are now on tenterhooks.
While Bansal is an old hand in the region, the ‘Railgate’ stain and the Modi factor will work against him.
The voter choices will be driven by painful memories of the two decades when Punjabis were humiliated.
Dewas will send a first-time MP to the Parliament this time; will it be a bhajan singer or a retired judge?
In a close contest, a number of factors would most probably help incumbent Akali MP Chandumajra to retain his seat
Are you Dilli or Delhi? That’s the question.
With Modi being the most talked about person in the constituency, the alliance may not have it so easy.
Advantage Congress in Sonipat
Ram Nivas Rawat has a good chance of winning Morena where Tomar is seen in a poor light by many people.
Although the Gathbandhan has an edge in Azamgarh, Modi’s vikas and welfare has quite a few takers.
The average Bhopali is very clear in his views, but predictability is not the hallmark of this contest.
Barrackpore is a prestigious battleground for both the BJP and the Trinamool.
The promise of citizenship to Matua migrants could be the ultimate game-changer in Bongaon.
Can Krishna Poonia halt Col. Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore’s march to a second term as MP?
Modi’s credibility is compensating for dissatisfaction over the BJP candidate, V D Sharma, not being from Khajuraho.
The average Alwar resident is not happy with the present state government.
Amethi seems torn between dynasty and delivery. A dilemma whose resolution shall be seen only on 23 May.
Disillusionment with all political parties and lack of choice make Punjab youth not too excited about 2019 elections.
In this land of Krishna, it is only ‘kriyas’ and ‘sanskriti’ which will seal the deal.
The candidate in this segment is largely unimportant. It’s the brand equity of the party leadership that matters.
Akhilesh Yadav’s development can be beaten only by Modi’s nationalism which can only be beaten by SP-BSP’s arithmetic
Kanhaiya revives CPI in Begusarai, damages the RJD, helps BJP
If Jay Panda pulls off this victory, it will prove that Naveen Patnaik is no more invincible.
Loss of property and neighbourhood peace amid the threat of Islamisation is worrying the Birbhum resident.
Why Babul Supriyo looks set for a second term from Asansol.
In Krishnanagar Lok Sabha constituency, the BJP has its best chance in 20 years.
Modi’s pro-poor schemes and their implementation just might tip the scales in BJP’s favour.
Three Muslim candidates in Dhubri: two of them against Modi’s citizenship bill; one for Modi’s development schemes.
After rooting for the Communists and the Congress thus far, Balurghat seems up for change
Even a 5 per cent sway in votes could change the fortunes of candidates in this region.
The BJP, which won the seat in 2009 and 2014, is hoping to score a hattrick this time.
BJP candidate Kanchan Kul shares her plans and priorities for Baramati, where she is facing Supriya Sule of the NCP.
With the Nair community cold-shouldering Shashi Tharoor is staring at a possible defeat.
Women voters favor BJP’s Surendran at Pathanamthitta as a fallout of the Sabrimala issue
Both, the BJD as well as the BJP candidate, enjoy goodwill in Kandhamal.
Mathura doesn’t seem to care who the BJP candidate is. It is voting for Modi.
For the Nagina Hindu, his candidate is a nobody. Narendra Modi alone matters.
Villagers are angry with police “excesses” and say they will not vote for the BJP on April 18.
In Mandya, Nikhil Kumaraswamy is pitted against Sumalatha, wife of late Kannada matinee idol Ambareesh.
In Hassan, Deve Gowda’s grandson, Prajwal, is being challenged by A Manju of the BJP.
No party wants to take the risk of raking up the controversy, fearing a backlash.
Nainar Nagendran appears to have motivated the BJP cadre in Ramanathapuram to go for an energised campaign.
Karnataka government withdrew 142 grievous cases even before some of the accused could be brought to book.
What happens in Nagaon in this election may well be a precursor to the political future of Assam.
A little over a lakh swing votes could decide this rare BJP vs Congress contest in Tamil Nadu.
Onus is on Christian population of Kanyakumari district to show that they cannot be taken for granted as a vote bank.
Palaayan, or out migration is an issue which resonates with every voter of auri Garhwal constituency in Uttarakhand.
Sugarcane arrears and stray cattle are major concerns but the Modi magic may work for the BJP in the region.
Why Ramesh Pokhriyal ‘Nishank’ of the BJP has an edge in the Haridwar Lok Sabha seat
Naxalbari has shed its ‘red’ past and seems to have embraced saffron and BJP.
Residents of erstwhile enclaves of Bangladesh might just decide who wins in the Cooch Behar constituency
How is 2019 going to play out for Odisha? Your guess is as good as mine.
Delhi-based media is missing a movement rumbling beneath the seemingly calm surface of Uttarakhand.
The temporary cow shelters created by the state administration seem to have pushed the issue out of public attention.
A person who was rewarding Al Qaeda terrorists who killed 12 people with Rs 51 crore may become Meerut’s next MP.
It will not be easy for Sanjeev Kumar Balyan as Ajit Singh, son of former PM Chaudhary Charan Singh, is in the fray.
Going by statements of PM Modi, Amit Shah and Yogi Adityanath, the importance of ‘Chaudhary Sahab’ can’t be ignored.
A visit to the constituency showed that either way, Prime Minister Modi will be the deciding factor this time.