Authors
 

Rudolf Heredia, SJ

Researcher at the St. Xavier's Institute of Education in Mumbai

 

The national election for the Lok Sabha (the people’s parliamentary chamber or lower house) in April-May 2014 was a watershed in India’s democratic polity. The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) made a quantum leap over the threshold of coalition politics in which it seemed to have settled for good. The BJP won 282 seats out of… Read the full article

14.10.2017