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The step has been hailed as the second most landmark measure after the 1991 reforms announced by then Finance Minister Manmohan Singh.
BJP, bolstered by a strong performance in Lok Sabha polls riding on the Modi wave, appears in no mood to accept Shiv Sena’s demands
The Indian economy is facing an acute demand side issue and Reserve Bank of India cannot fix it alone
The Abdullahs and Muftis have been ruling the state for decades since Independence and exploited the local sentiments for their political benefit
B S Yeddyurappa, at 76, is above the threshold limit of the party. The BJP needs to find a substitute soon under whom it would contest the 2023 polls
With no role for her in central politics, Mayawati doesn’t want to leave the CM chair for Akhilesh Yadav
Higher investments are likely to foster job creation; unemployment being a major issue facing the economy at a 45-year-high.
A weakened Left, poor law and order situation and perceived excessive minority appeasement by Mamata Banerjee provide an opportunity for BJP.
Nitish Kumar has a big ego. So he retorted by expanding the state cabinet and inducting eight new ministers from JD(U), leaving out the BJP.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi loves challenges and there are many that he has to confront in his second tenure
Caste-based opportunistic alliances in 2019 have failed to pin down the BJP and the Narendra Modi-Amit Shah duo.
These elections are turning out to be a vote either for Modi or against Modi. Whatever seats BJP and its allies get will be primarily because of him.
Odisha, which has exhibited similar voting patterns in the last three polls, is openly saying that we want Narendra Modi at the Centre and Naveen Patnaik in the state.
While there is a lot of hoopla over a hung house, all latest polls show NDA ahead and within striking distance of forming the government.
In this article, we look at eleven key factors which will determine the results of UP in 2019.