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Aam Aadmi Party supporters celebrate AAP's win in the capital | Photo: Praveen Jain | ThePrint

Modi designed Kejriwal’s template for Delhi win years ago in Gujarat

The amazing thing about AAP is not that it fell back on conventional wisdom, but how quickly and eagerly it embraced the rules that it set out to change.
PM Modi with BJP president Amit Shah at the party headquarters, New Delhi

Pratap Bhanu Mehta says this election result boils down to two words “Narendra Modi”

The best of the day’s opinion, chosen and curated by ThePrint’s top editors.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi | Paul Miller/Bloomberg

BJP’s strategy for 2019 is the ‘There is no Alternative’ factor

The so-called TINA question has started getting traction after the series of by-election defeats for the BJP.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi | Rob Stothard/Getty Images

What do Modi haters say when confronted with the TINA factor?

Who else, if not Modi, in 2019? The dominant question in most social gatherings in India and its many answers.

On Camera

Prime Minister Narendra Modi with Chinese President Xi Jinping in Mamallapuram | PTI

India must stay prepared as it watches China’s ‘not so peaceful’ rise

India-China border dispute can be resolved by drawing a new map in the diplomatic drawing rooms. Xi can exit from the past, and India must show political will.

Does Trump help or harm India’s interests when he offers to mediate with China, Pakistan?

US President Donald Trump Wednesday offered to mediate between India and China over the "raging border dispute".


Indian and Chinese soldiers jointly celebrate the New Year 2019 at Bumla along the Indo-China border, Arunachal Pradesh

Chinese aggression in Ladakh also a message for domestic and external audience: Experts

International experts say the timing is troubling as it comes at ‘a critical phase in India's internal difficulties with the Covid-19 pandemic’.
Illustration: Soham Sen | ThePrint

PM, CM, DM: India’s 3 big power centres have been exposed by one disaster

The prime minister, chief minister and district magistrate are the three engines of India’s governance, but their handling of the coronavirus pandemic is going awry.