The Net remembers everything. But should we press the delete button?
Much depends on how new government interprets mandate, specially needs of young and female voters.
UPA erred by not agreeing to a permanent chairman for the Chiefs of Staff Committee.
The UPA government has much to be ashamed of in its record on terror investigations.
The intelligent Indian voter has responded to Modi’s charms. If he had not been the BJP’s PM candidate, the instability feared by all would have become a nightmarish reality.
The new government does not need to define — only to pursue — India’s foreign policy objectives.
The debates around the exit polls were inevitably about the man of the moment, Narendra Modi.
The letter adjudged the best for the week is published every Saturday.
This moment of suspended animation in India’s democracy holds a beginning and an end.
South China Sea turbulence underlines that next government will need a new template for China.
Congress shrinks the PM for five years, then thanks him in a 50-second video — it doesn’t work.
The media industry worries little about the Indian government now. Its concern is rather about revenues, which are still tiny in relation to the size of its audience.
Electoral data does not support the argument that the influence of regional parties is waning.
There is much work ahead to recapture the hopefulness that characterised Indo-US ties seven or eight years ago.
The party has always faced a challenge in mobilising the female voter.
Human capital inequality is what India needs to be most concerned about right now.
It is only a matter of turning the page to a certain day, declares Panchjanya, with Modi’s cover picture asserting his victory.
Available data suggests the programme has been effective in reducing rural poverty and gender discrimination
Excerpts from a speech by Satinder K. Lambah, special envoy of the prime minister, at the University of Kashmir in Srinagar on May 13