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Do anything but do not engage with Kapil on issues you have strong view or are sensitive about. Kapil is as straight of a shooter as you can ever have. His views on women equality, maternity leaves, reservations, secularism, casteism, the state of politics nationally and the cause analysis of various global events cause quite an uproar on social media. Having been strongly entrenched in Indian political system as a social media partner for election campaigns over the last 5 years and his global experience around the same, Kapil has a unique perspective that he is never shy to share.

The Maturity of Indian Democratic System to Become a Two-party Paradigm

The Maturity of Indian Democratic System to Become a Two-party Paradigm

The dream of a two-party system seems not so far away. It is undoubtedly because of BJP’s relentless efforts to appease the Gods above. Seems like the beef ban, or the ‘tapasya’ we all endured when we stood in those long ATM lines during demonetization - everything has contributed to the arrival of a day we think (read: hope) we’re going to witness soon. A two-party democratic India. When the saffron-clad party won the 2014 elections, they changed the political landscape dramatically by becoming the first political party to win a majority in the last 25 years. While a lot was promi... Read More

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From two seats in 1984 to 272+ seats in 2014

It is the first time that a party other than Congress reached a vote share of 30% in Indian elections in the last 67 years. It’s the first time that a party has secured a majority after the 1984 elections (and the first time in the history that a party to secure majority is not Congress). It is the first time that the number of seats of the Congress Party has been reduced to 2 digits. It is the first time that BJP has won all 25 seats in Rajasthan and has also won a majority of seats in Uttar Pradesh diminishing the once-upon-a-time regional giants. There are so many firsts in these election... Read More

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