There were parties in 2019 Indian elections that fielded more than 33% women even without a law in place.
NDA, Tipra Motha, Trinamool Congress and Secular Forces have offered their best to win this state
The state of West Bengal has often been exposed to conflict and a state of confrontational as well as argumentative stances between the Governor of the state and the state government.
Himanta Biswa Sarma continues to be one of the most popular leaders in Assam and is loved and respected across party lines. He is thus credited for the lotus blooming in several north-eastern states including Assam!
To understand the realities of election coverage, we need to look at some of the realities associated with the “National Television Media”.
Needless to mention that, this assembly election of Bengal is one of the most discussed elections in the history of Bengal, and it is not anymore a secret that, since 2019, BJP had always tried to capture Bengal.
India is a signatory of the United Nations Convention on Rights of Persons with Disabilities (UNCRPD). It ratified this Convention on 01-10-2007 in pursuance of Article 35 of the Convention.
West Bengal is brewing in a hyper-political ‘cult war’ not seen in the recent past. Will it make or break BJP in Bengal?
Celebrity is somehow related to power. Celebrities embody the audience and in that way provide pathways for the articulation of power and influence both by cultural industries and by comparison and adaptation to political institutions.
It has been a significant rise for the BJP in the state. BJP has not presented its CM candidate yet. Now, this creates a quandary for the people, as they don’t know who will serve them as their CM.
Bengal is closing in on the state election. In 2016, she appeared invincible. However, today the overwhelming feeling is rather than bringing in the change she promised, she co-opted the system left behind by the Left Front.
While our democracy has been a savior many times, it sadly won’t be able to continue so, at this rate, as it’s losing its credibility on many counts. But, it’s not just about India; it’s about humanity as a whole and the phenomenon of democracy and elections