Milan Vaishnav The Indian Express Group
Friday 13 December '13The middle classes may be more inclined to vote than to vent. That’s the most significant takeaway from the recent assembly elections.
Monday 15 July '13The court’s efforts to cleanse politics point to systemic loopholes that still need to be plugged
Thursday9 May '13Citizens’ confidence in the judiciary remains strong, and their trust in the power of the vote is high. But faith in the political party is imperilled
Thursday14 March '13Old notions about governance are being rendered obsolete in the wake of new aspirations and deteriorating trust in the political class
Wednesday14 November '12How can an overwhelmingly young India be well served by its ageing political leaders?
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