Anil Padmanabhan
Anil Padmanabhan is deputy managing editor of Mint and writes every week on the intersection of politics and economics.
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2014 polls: the BIMARU factor
Mon, Apr 21 2014. 12 24 AM

2014 polls: the BIMARU factor

Reference to BIMARU states has revived at a time when the outcome of the general election will be decided by these very states
BJP’S tryst with destiny under Narendra Modi
Mon, Apr 14 2014. 12 06 AM

BJP’S tryst with destiny under Narendra Modi

If all goes according to plan and the BJP unseats the Congress, it would set the stage for India’s OBC prime minister
India’s political dynasties
Wed, Apr 09 2014. 10 23 PM

India’s political dynasties

On the eve of Election 2014, Mint takes a look at the prominent political families of India, starting with the most famous of them all, the Nehru-Gandhi dynasty
The largest democratic exercise begins
Mon, Apr 07 2014. 02 16 AM

The largest democratic exercise begins

Over the next five weeks, 814.5 million Indians will cast their votes to elect the 16th Lok Sabha
Why Election 2014 is different
Thu, Apr 03 2014. 01 17 AM

Why Election 2014 is different

India, it is clear, has changed. Indians, too, have. Just how much will be evident on 16 May when the results are declared
The Election Commission’s overreach
Sun, Mar 30 2014. 07 37 PM

The Election Commission’s overreach

The conduct of elections obviously has to be above reproach, but not at a risk to the economy
Knowing when to quit
Mon, Mar 24 2014. 12 17 AM

Knowing when to quit

Like so much else in the country, Indian politics is about to change. We should welcome it
Secularism is dead; secular ideas are in
Sun, Mar 16 2014. 10 02 PM

Secularism is dead; secular ideas are in

The message from the voter is clear: mere tokenism won’t work
Volatile middle class key to 2014 elections
Sun, Mar 09 2014. 10 43 PM

Volatile middle class key to 2014 elections

All three—Gandhi, Modi and Kejriwal—are seeking to tap into the neo-middle class with their own unique messages
End of business as usual
Thu, Mar 06 2014. 11 13 PM

End of business as usual

Leading political voices recognize India is on the cusp of a structural change. Leave alone work, old tools of governance will do harm

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