Rahul Gandhi

Élections générales

Élections générales

May 24, 2019

S’il était considéré comme le vainqueur le plus probable, on le disait affaibli par un bilan mitigé, et la majorité absolue ne semblait pas lui être acquise, et pourtant, Narendra Modi a battu le record de 2014 en récoltant un plus grand nombre de sièges pour son parti ...

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Modi magic wave II

Modi magic wave II

May 24, 2019

Turning the 17th general election into a virtual referendum on himself and his rule, Prime Minister Narendrabhai Damodardas Modi retained his magic to establish majority for the ruling party and completely decimate a divided grand alliance against him.

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Élections générales 2019

Élections générales 2019

April 17, 2019

Du 11 avril au 19 mai, la plus grande démocratie du monde va faire la démonstration de sa force lors des élections législatives nationales, menant à la nomination du Premier ministre et de son gouvernement. Au-delà de son ampleur, ce scrutin fera l’objet d’une âpre bat...

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Le Poisson frit massala

Le Poisson frit massala

April 17, 2019

Découvrez les cuisines des politiques et leurs recettes favorites. Vous accompagnerez ainsi la Première ministre Indira Gandhi dans ses campagnes politiques, avec cette savoureuse recette de poisson frit massala. Nourriture et politique trouvent un lien particulier en Inde. Mai...

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L’Inde et le Pakistan s’enlisent dans une escalade d’attaques

L’Inde et le Pakistan s’enlisent dans une escalade d’attaques

February 26, 2019

L’armée de l’air indienne a lancé une attaque aérienne dans la nuit du 26 février sur un camp de terroristes présumé en territoire pakistanais. Cela ne s’était pas produit depuis 1971, lorsque les deux pays étaient encore en guerre.

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Sexist comments by celebrities and politicians being highly slammed by netizens

Sexist comments by celebrities and politicians being highly slammed by netizens

January 17, 2019

A wave of #MeToo revelations has rocked India, breaking a culture of silence around sexual attack, harassment and everyday sexism, calling men to account in a male-dominated country.

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The Battles Ahead

The Battles Ahead

January 5, 2018

With eight states going to the polls in the New Year, will the saffron surge hold its sway over voters or will it boost Congress prospects ahead of the 2019 elections?

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To celebrate or not to celebrate?

To celebrate or not to celebrate?

December 21, 2017

Gujarat handed the sixth consecutive victory to the ruling BharatiyaJanata Party. At the same time, it has become the launching pad for Rahul Gandhi into the political arena pulsating with renewed vigour. Yet, there is no room for complacency either for Modi or Gandhi. The roa...

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The son also rises

The son also rises

December 5, 2017

Rahul Gandhi, scion of India's most enduring political dynasty will now preside over the 132-year old Indian National Congress. The 'crown' of president poses several challenges for Rahul Gandhi. Will he sink or lead the party? Only time will tell.

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A battle in BJP’s bastion

A battle in BJP’s bastion

October 31, 2017

Of the two forthcoming assembly elections—Himachal Pradesh and Gujarat—the polls in the western state in December will be keenly contested and watched as it could determine the politics and pre-poll alliances ahead of the 2019 General Elections

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A political somersault in the state of Bihar

A political somersault in the state of Bihar

July 28, 2017

Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar joined hands with Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) as he jilted an uncomfortable ally, the Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD), and became the chief minister for the sixth time. What are the political ramifications for Indian politics?

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Assembly Election Results: Will BJP repay the faith of India?

Assembly Election Results: Will BJP repay the faith of India?

March 14, 2017

Blasting his critics and smashing every political formation, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has demolished the Opposition’s rule in four states. Will Modi now deliver his promise of ’Achche Din’ (Good Times) for India’s poor? Or, will it be limited to political rhetoric?

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