Aam Aadmi Party
Sunil Gatade | To take on BJP, Opposition needs to ‘cut off the ropes’
Any party in the Opposition space — the anti-BJP parties or non-BJP parties should ensure that they give their best to counter the BJP
Anita Katyal | Sisodia arrest well timed; not Gehlot but Pilot has fun at plenary
It was no coincidence that developments in the Manish Sisodia case picked up pace on the day the Congress plenary session was underway
DC Edit | Fuse BRS into larger narrative
The party is seen as being friendly with a few leaders, including the Kumaraswamy-led JD(S) in K'taka and the Akhilesh Yadav-led SP in UP
Nilanjan Mukhopadhyay | Amid BJP triumph, can AAP be a force in 2024?
The future direction of politics also depends on the performance of Cong govt in HP and coordination between the MCD and the Delhi govt
Shikha Mukerjee | After Gujarat, can BJP beat law of diminishing returns?
In Gujarat and in Himachal Pradesh, Mr Modi made no bones about how the voters should weigh their choices
AA Edit | Will AAP’s triumph in MCD polls have national fallout?
By snatching the MCD convincingly from the BJP’s 15-year-rule, the AAP has sent a clear signal that the mighty BJP is not invincible
AA Edit | To take on BJP, Congress & AAP need to work together
The Opposition must simply try to unite those who don’t want to vote for the BJP and re-elect Narendra Modi for a third straight term
Sunil Gatade | Civic polls in Delhi almost like battle of a ‘mini-India’
Delhi is known as a “mini-India”. A vote here therefore has much significance
AA Edit | A self-goal by Kejriwal
It could have been a funny quip, a retort at the end of a more serious text of an economical critique of the policies of central govt
AA Edit | BRS is a start, with big potential
KCR, no stranger to taking risks and deploying disruptions to make quick, big gains, believes he must take the nation’s attention head-on