No salvation in shooting the reformist - Bindu Dalmia, Pioneer
If only the Supreme Court’s dismissal of the petition seeking a court-monitored probe into the Rafale deal had come before the State elections, it can be conjectured that the results might well have been different for the BJP, considering how minimal the ‘swing’ in Madhya Pradesh and Rajasthan was.
The rocky road to 2019 - Kalyani Shankar, Pioneer
What does the crystal ball say about 2019? The Lok Sabha poll and electoral fortunes of many political parties, including the ruling BJP and the main Opposition Congress, will dominate the year. Fortunes of some regional satraps, like Biju Janata Dal supremo Naveen Patnaik, Telugu Desam Party president N Chandrababu Naidu and Sikkim Democratic Front founder Pawan Kumar Chamling will also be decided as some States, like Odisha, Andhra Pradesh, Haryana, Jammu & Kashmir, Sikkim  and Arunachal Pradesh will go to polls in the same year.
Congress wins to redraw 2019 battle equations - CL Manoj, Economic Times
Breaching BJP’s projected invincibility in three Hindi heartland states is likely to invigorate the Congress in the Lok Sabha polls to be held in a few months, particularly in nine states which would see a direct BJP-Congress contest for 126 Lok Sabha seats.
Sachin: The Pilot who helped drive Congress to victory in Rajasthan - Hindustan Times
He flies planes, loves to drive and has helped steer the Congress from the depths of defeat in 2013 to the highs of victory in Rajasthan. Sachin Pilot may not become chief minister if the party chooses to appoint the older, more experienced Ashok Gehlot, but the urbane politician, equally at home in a village as in the debating room of an English news channel, has more than earned his electoral stripes, say party leaders.
After BJP Loss, Yashwant Sinha's Victory Mantra To Opposition For 2019 - Vaibhav Tiwari, NDTV
Former BJP leader Yashwant Sinha who is a bitter critic of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his government's policies at the centre has said that the party's defeat in Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan and Chhattisgarh has dispelled the theory of "Modi magic". Mr Sinha said to win general elections in 2019, regional parties must unite, with Congress or in special arrangement with it. Mr Sinha also cautioned the Congress that after winning the assembly elections, the Rahul Gandhi-led party must refrain from playing the big brother in the proposed anti-BJP alliance.
If it was not anger against Shivraj Singh Chouhan government, what accounts for BJP's loss in MP? - Akash Bisht, Scroll
From 58 seats in 2013 to 114 seats in 2018, the Congress made a giant leap in Madhya Pradesh, as the final tally of the Assembly elections emerged on Wednesday morning. Most of these seats came from regions where the party had performed poorly in the last elections: Chambal, Mahakoshal and Malwa-Nimar. This is the sole reason why the Congress finished just two seats shy of the majority mark of 116 in the 230-strong Assembly.
As BJP rolls into West Bengal with four yatras, Trinamool’s ‘purity’ rallies to follow close behind - Aritra Bhattacharya, Scroll
With elections in five states out of the way by December 7, the Bharatiya Janata Party is focusing on West Bengal, where it plans to hold four rath yatras in December ahead of the 2019 General Elections. The yatras will traverse every district in the state and all its 42 Lok Sabha constituencies.
High turnout in Madhya Pradesh polls doesn't indicate anti-incumbency or pro-Opposition trend, other factors matter - Debobrat Ghose, Firstpost
The voter turnout or voting percentage in an election is an inadequate indicator of the electorate's choice. Trends in earlier elections reveal that a change in voter turnout — either an increase or decrease — in comparison to previous elections does not necessarily reflect an anti-incumbency or pro-incumbency mood.
Rajasthan elections: Winds blowing against Vasundhara Raje govt — but Modi manages to rise above - Indian Express
The story goes that the slogan, Modi tujh se bair nahin, Vasundhara teri khair nahin, was first raised in the politically restless Shekhawati region of Rajasthan. Here, in September 2017, a 13-day Left-backed agitation forced the government to take note of farmers’ distress and announce concessions in Sikar.
Forget development, BJP will fight the 2019 Elections on Faith - Wire
From Sabarimala in the south to the disputed site at Ayodhya in the north, abstract notions of faith are driving the country’s politics. Politics, in the custody of contemporary politicians not just in India but the world over, has whittled down to nothing but a sway of feelings and emotions.
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