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4 Mumbai Lok Sabha seats may see re-election

MUMBAI: There might be a re-election in four of the six Lok Sabha constituencies in the city within a year if the victorious candidates are convicted in the criminal cases against them, said the Association of Democratic Reforms (ADR) in its analysis… Continue Reading →

#India – No mandate is a mandate to silence opposition

  By HARTOSH SINGH BAL | May 18, 2014  The year 1984 is being invoked a lot in the wake of the Narendra Modi victory. Even though the circumstances were different then, it was the last time a single party won an absolute majority in… Continue Reading →

India’s election isn’t as historic as people think #mustread

BY ADAM ZIEGFELD After an election that took a month and a half to complete, the BJP — a party usually described as right-of-center and Hindu nationalist— looks to have won a majority of seats in India’s lower house of… Continue Reading →

Press Release- India Elections – Every third MP is a criminal

Press Release Lok Sabha Elections 2014 Analysis of Criminal Background, Financial, Education, Gender and other details of Winners Summary and Highlights  ​​ National Election Watch (NEW) and Association for Democratic Reforms (ADR) have analysed the self-sworn affidavits of 541 winners out… Continue Reading →

Why Exit Polls Often get it Wrong

Blame unequal distribution of social power On Monday, after the last phase of India’s marathon 2014 Lok Sabha elections got over, television channels broadcast their exit poll results. Since these elections have been portrayed as a referendum on the BJP’s… Continue Reading →

If India’s Narendra Modi wins…

The argument that BJP leader would be constrained either by his allies or India’s institutions is deeply flawed. Last updated: 08 May 2014 18:23 Siddharth Varadarajan Modi as prime minister will face virtually no political constraints from within the BJP or… Continue Reading →

Patriarchal politics lives on in 2014

Smruti Koppikar, Hindustan Times May 07, 2014#   The election campaigns of mainstream and alternative political parties in the general election, in Mumbai and rest of the country, have shown us the mirror: politics continues to remain a deeply classist… Continue Reading →

The Marxvadis in Wasseypur #mustread

  May 4, 2014, Javed Iqbal A Marxist Coordination Committee party office in Wasseypur, Dhanbad of Jharkhand. There are 17 independent candidates and 15 party-affiliated candidates in the Dhanbad-Bokaro Lok Sabha seat in Jhakrhand, which went to the polls on… Continue Reading →

Narendra Modi: India’s Jekyll and Hyde #NaMo #Feku #NOMOre_2014

April 30, 2014 9:19 amby Edward Luce, in Financial Express 11inShare0  If you want the best case for Narendra Modi, you can do no better than read my colleague Gideon Rachman’s latest column – India needs a jolt. After a decade… Continue Reading →

Last Article Written by Father Thomas Kocherry #RIP

What Is The Main Issue Of Modi, BJP And NDA During The 2014 Lok Sabha Election- Development or Majority Communalism? By Thomas Kocherry 03 May, 2014 Countercurrents.org This is the last article written By Thomas Kochery who passed away today…. Continue Reading →

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