Nobody can take Modi for granted. He is capable of upsetting the apple-cart, demolishing status quo and spoiling carefully laid-out plans.
The goal is to paint all of India in Hindutva colours and Amit Shah, now the home minister, must deliver.
The BJP’s 2019 campaign made no attempt at hiding the fact that it is a Hindu party, seeking the votes of Hindus.
Modi is throwing everything he has into this last phase. And Mamata and Mayawati’s responses show his barbs have hit home.
In an election marked by coarse language, the PM’s unseemly comments about Rajiv Gandhi touched a new low.
All the allies have caved in, which is why we saw them sitting beside Narendra Modi as he filed his nomination in Varanasi.
Modi has made his stand: Vote me in if you want a safe and secure India, or for the opposition if you don’t.
PM Modi believes he has brought India to the world’s attention, and so he should have known better than staying silent on Notre Dame fire tragedy.
As BJP goes into 2019 polls, one man leads the army. Everyone else is a lieutenant, far diminished in stature in comparison to PM Modi.
China’s expanding presence inside India as well as on the borders has coincided with PM Modi giving way to what Beijing has wanted.