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Modi’s Rallies Worked But The BJP Lost

Modi’s Rallies Worked But The BJP Lost

  While the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) had an overall strike rate of 33% (53 seats out of 160 contested) in the recently concluded Bihar elections, an IndiaSpend analysis has…

What Nitish’s 7-Point Agenda Offers Bihar

What Nitish’s 7-Point Agenda Offers Bihar

  The election manifesto of Mahagathbandhan (Grand Alliance) that swept to power in Bihar with 178 seats was based on Chief Minister Nitish Kumar’s 7-point agenda that has pledged an…

5 Reasons Why The Grand Alliance Won Bihar

5 Reasons Why The Grand Alliance Won Bihar

    Five factors – the sway of Chief Minister Nitish Kumar, high voter turnout, vote swing against the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), declining vote share of the BJP and…

Bihar Elections Too Close To Call: Exit Polls

Bihar Elections Too Close To Call: Exit Polls

  Exit polls at the end of the assembly elections in Bihar seem to have gone against the opinion polls during the elections.   The race to power is between…

Gushing Over Female Voter Turnout In Bihar Misplaced

Gushing Over Female Voter Turnout In Bihar Misplaced

  “Women voters outnumber men in Bihar polls”.   “Bihar has the lowest percentage of women voters”.   While the former is a familiar headline to close observers of Indian…

In Bihar’s Political Realignment, Women Suffer

In Bihar’s Political Realignment, Women Suffer

  As a first-time member of the legislative assembly (MLA) in Bihar, Jyothi Devi, 46, did well over her five-year term: She had 10 bridges—some of which were demanded since…

Bihar’s Swinging Vote: The BJP’s Advantage

Bihar’s Swinging Vote: The BJP’s Advantage

Prime Minister, Narendra Modi addressing a rally in Patna, Bihar on October 25, 2015. Image: BJP   With the third phase of polling in Bihar scheduled for today, assembly constituency…

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