Sunil Gatade | As Assembly polls & 2024 LS loom, is Modi now missing his magic masala?
The “single pillar” has always been shown as the boon of the world’s largest party
Saeed Naqvi | Will Opposition join hands to counter Modi’s ED, CBI threats?
Few elected leaders have suffered humiliation at the hands of successive lieutenant-governors as the AAP’s Arvind Kejriwal
Shikha Mukerjee | Congress’ main challenge is burden of expectations
The victory has unsurprisingly created a dilemma that has become quite routine for the Congress
AA Edit | South India asserts itself
Each of the five states of south India has a different ruling party now
Sanjaya Baru | Karnataka helps breach a psychological barrier
There is no better evidence of this change than the response of the Bengaluru voter to Mr Modi’s heavily garlanded roadshow
K'taka Congress MLAs leave CM's choice to Kharge
Insiders claim former CM Siddaramaiah is the frontrunner for the CM’s post, but trouble for the high command won’t be over soon
AA Edit | After gruelling campaign, Karnataka’s D-Day tomorrow
There is only one additional thing we can all hope to tell and advise the voters of the state — please do vote
Saeed Naqvi | Karnataka too close to call, but Congress has advantage
The Assembly polls are just a few days away and Bajrangbali has been introduced into active electioneering by Congress whiz kid Surjewala
Sanjaya Baru | Return of class in India’s caste-obsessed politics
Almost all political reporting in the run-up to an election is focused on caste
Anita Katyal | Congress in Karnataka overconfident; why is Malik seeing Gadkari?
While its campaign is essentially being led by Mallikarjun Kharge, all senior leaders, want to be fielded for electioneering