The Bharatiya Janata Party’s (BJP) rise in the Indian political circles has been well documented for a considerable amount of time. But in 2014, a resurgence of sorts caused BJP to come to power for the second time in over 16 years. BJP’s meticulous rise to power marks an era of the political right-wing dominating politics, not only in India but in other notable powers of the world as well.
However, in the race of power projection where no one wants to project oneself as weak, the genuine efforts of welfare find no place
For any political party to thrive in conditions as hostile as the Indian political climate, the presence of a strong, astute leader capable enough to tackle dynamic political conditions is very critical. And it is the absence of a strong figure capable enough to tackle and counter the rise of the BJP that is hurting Congress’ aspirations to rise to power.
Ram Ke Naam illustrates how the others are excluded from the public discourse, and they became a part of ‘counter public.’
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!
The Election Commission must always follow a certain conduct that ensures transparency and credibility of the institution.
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.
West Bengal is brewing in a hyper-political ‘cult war’ not seen in the recent past. Will it make or break BJP in Bengal?
Though there are many small parties involved in the upcoming Tamil Nadu elections, the election is primarily a two-horse race!
Politics is a perennial ever-flowing river changing its course subject to time and space, so does Bipolarity in West Bengal.
SAARC as a regional body was held hostage to the Indo-Pak tensions, which rendered cooperation among member states ineffective.