The intricacies, permutations, and political combinations that shall drive the National Elections of 2019 and decide who forms the next Government of India.
Why the 2019 general elections are different from that of 2014.
Has Narendra Modi done enough to deserve a second shot as Prime Minister of India? Yes.
The seventeenth Lok Sabha election is here, and it appears that it would return a similar result as the previous one.
India needs a deft leader who can navigate the treacherous waters, not someone whose only asset is a surname.
Watch episode one of Swarajya’s Elect Right 2019.
Congress aims to capitalise on its 2018 state win and target five seats that have been with BJP for three decades.
The SS has two ways to lose – going alone and losing now or going together with the BJP and lose later.
The BJP’s counter to the mahagathbandhan in Uttar Pradesh is to create its own mini gathbandhans outside UP
Panda has to navigate challenges when it comes to electoral politics in the state, to put all his detractors to rest.
Anything more than 4 seats for the JD(S) would mean advantage BJP in the extra seats.
Indian cities may still very much be with Modi – the BJP needs to ensure this reflects in the vote.
Studying the first general elections of a young republic reveals the impermanent traits of the Indian democracy.