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Elections 1998, The Resistable Rise of the BJP: The day Sitaram Kesri withdrew support of the Congress to the United Front government of Prime Minister I.K. Gujral, it was clear that the Bhartiya Janata party (BJP) would emerge as the largest single party in the parliament in the next election.

1998 Elections Results

India after the Ballot Count, A Report: At an informative meeting held at CERAS on Friday the March 13, Daya Varma, president of CERAS, and Feroz Mehdi, coordinator, analysed the results of the Indian election and discussed the future of India with three prominent journalists from India.

Journal Virtuel d'une Réalite palpable: Last year Alternatives embarked on the project to assist our partner organisations in setting up their web sites. Patricia Bergeron was one of those 15 interns.

Portrait of the Prime Minister of India, Atal Behari Vajpayee: "The Muslim problem would best be solved by culturally cleansing the members of the minority community." These words are from Atal Behari Vajpayee from an article written in Organiser, the official organ of the Rashtriya Svayamsevak Sangh (RSS).

Women Under the BJP Rule: A prerequisite for women's equality is economic independence. But for the RSS, the working woman is an aberration.

News:
Obituary: EMS Namboodiripad
Bombay - A Myth Shattered
Prithvi versus Ghauri: Insanity at loggerhead
South Asian Initiative
Politics of Theater / Theater of Politics

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