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Posts from the ‘Issue 6/Indian General Elections 2014’ Category

The Aam Aadmi in Indian General Elections 2014

By Mosarrap H. Khan
In the General Elections 2014, we are confronted with at least three distinct notions of the aam aadmi: Congress’ traditional aam aadmi, the economically poor; Kerjiwal’s new aam aadmi, who demands an honest system; and Modi’s aspirational aam aadmi, who aspires to reach the pinnacle through enterprise.

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Hope and Change: Indian Elections 2014

By Dan Mayur
AAP is an idea. Kejriwal is a symbol that typifies the frustrations of the thinking, proud, and hard-working people muddling through life in a nation ruled by uncaring, corrupt, and selfish politicians. Humanity moves on hope and Kejriwal represents hope.

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An Interview with Prof. Zoya Hasan

By Abdul Matin
An Interview with Prof. Zoya Hasan, Professor & Dean, School of Social Sciences, JNU.

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An Interview with Prof. Jagdish Bhagwati

By Mosarrap H. Khan
An Interview with Prof. Jagdish Bhagwati, University Professor of Economics and Law, Columbia University.

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An Interview with Mr. Asaduddin Owaisi

By Abu Saleh
An Interview with Mr. Asaduddin Owaisi, President, All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen.

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Photo-Essay: A Journey through Indian General Elections

By Mary Ann Chacko
A photo-essay on Indian General Elections since 1951-2.

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