It is becoming clearer by the day that Modi’s real role model in the 2014 election is former PM Indira Gandhi. Modi’s approach to politics is not too dissimilar to that of Indira's in 1971, writes Rajdeep Sardesai.
One thing seems certain: the Congress has lost the educated middle class. Every single poll shows this and all of us in the middle class have heard our friends and neighbours talk, writes Vir Sanghvi.
There can be no greater admission of the fact that there is really no Narendra Modi wave in the country than the attempt by former BJP president Nitin Gadkari to woo Raj Thackeray at this late hour.
As we close in on this year’s Lok Sabha polls, it is no secret that Big Business is almost unequivocally punting for the NDA’s PM candidate, Narendra Modi. Hindustan Times' editor-in-chief Sanjoy Narayan writes.
When Nokia launches an Android phone, you know the world has changed. Wait, Nokia’s mobile business is not even Finnish, and we can quite sympathise with nationalists in Helsinki after the company sold its mobile phone unit to Microsoft.
Arvind Kejriwal had no intention of bringing in good governance in Delhi. I am beginning to wonder if Kejriwal really has something to tell us beyond lashing out at people.
Only if we assert our ethics will politicians recognise the limits they set. The start, therefore, has to be a clear statement that we, the Indian people, have had enough and will not tolerate anymore.