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UP Investors' Summit: Yogi Adityanath's huge development push is political investment for a Narendra Modi blitzkrieg in 2019
Narendra Modi's Parliament address conveys self-assurance in the face of increasingly assertive Opposition
Gujarat election results: Rahul Gandhi has earned his spurs, but must spell out his agenda, 'cool' nothings won't do
Gorakhpur tragedy calls for debate on corruption, mismanagement, but also our apathy towards public health
SC judges' rift with CJI: Is Opposition trying to impeach Dipak Misra by fuelling drama around 'rebellion'?
Armchair demonetisation, GST criticism isn't the worry, Narendra Modi needs a holding strategy till 2019
Biz people and industrialists, who have been the most critical about the Modi govt privately, will settle for predictability instead of any tax bonanzas.
The fallacy in Trump’s thinking is that displaced, uneducated industrial workers can fill the vacuum created by packing off expatriate knowledge workers.
Signs of this can be deciphered in Modi setting a new goal post for 2022. But, the next one year will be Narendra Modi’s toughest test yet. He will have to skilfully steer the ship and at the same time control the narrative.
Mukul can at best bring some traction on the ground that will increase BJP's tally by a few seats but The chief minister has an iron grip on the administration and the senior bureaucracy is strongly on her side.
Whether Rahul Gandhi has found his mojo or not, the team assigned to him has clearly got its act together. All this shows a very high order of strategic planning by a small group of family and very close friends, perhaps with help from a few trusted confidantes.
Rahul Gandhi's pet Pidi seems to have taken Twitter – oops, the nation – by storm.
Modi came with a huge bank of goodwill and political capital. In comparison, Rahul has only his family equity to draw upon. While political capital can be generated, legacy has a limited shelf life.