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The only way to look at Modi’s and Shah’s seeming indifference to departing allies has to be in the context of the BJP’s expansion plans and its willingness to shed unwanted, extra baggage.
BJP's impressive performance in Assam's Bodoland Territorial Council polls shows why Himanta Biswa Sarma has emerged as the election mastermind that Modi and Amit Shah need.
In the past six years, Modi has taken a series of controversial decisions not caring for tremendous opposition. But two opponents made him blink.
BJP desperately needs a young Yogi Adityanath for cross-state campaigning, so it doesn’t look like a party without a future, solely relying on Modi and Amit Shah.
The threat of coronavirus is real. But so is the fact that Mamata Banerjee is caught in a lose-lose situation in West Bengal, which goes to polls next year.
India's historical wound has been like the pizza base. Toppings and enemies keep changing over time.
Pakistan is a Muslim state, an 'unprovoked' aggressor and an evergreen enemy — a seductive mix for the BJP. China does not quite fit the bill.
In the Modi-Shah construct, if partners do not bring additional votes, they are dispensable. However old or loyal, either they become supplicants, or die.
BJP knows that in Shiv Sena leader Aaditya Thackeray, a young, amiable face is emerging in Maharashtra’s politics.
BJP is the only party with a story today. The politics of all other parties — Congress to BSP — revolve around it.