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Omupilima gwa India Narendra Modi ota langekwa ongula

Narendra Modi ,omuleli gongundu yo Bharatiya Janata Party ota langekwa ongula onga o prime minister ya India loshikako oshititatu. Metiyali,embwinda lyo Bharatiya Janata lyo National Democratic Alliance olya sindana omahogololo gopashigwana niipundi 293. Iizemo kayali ya tegelelwa molwaashokaongundu ya Modi inayi sindana nomawi ogendji,ngaashi kwali sha tengenekwa momapulapulo gomahogololo. Naashika osheetitha omaipulo kungele ookume kembwinda otaya ka yambidhidha Modi nongundu ye, nenge otaa ikundu noongundu dhoompilameno oku kambadhala okuyapo nepangelo […]

todayJune 8, 2024 15

World

India’s Modi thanks coalition MPs for ‘complete’ support

      Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi thanked allied lawmakers Friday for unanimously agreeing to back his third term in office, after an unexpectedly close election forced his party to rely on coalition partners to keep him in power. Modi's Hindu-nationalist Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) ruled outright for the past decade, but failed to repeat its prior two landslide wins this time around, defying analyst expectations and exit polls. […]

todayJune 7, 2024 13

World

Modi’s narrow win suggests Indian voters saw through religious rhetoric, opting instead to curtail his political power

Supporters of the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party dance at a party office in Guwahati, India, during counting of India’s national election on June 4, 2024. AP Photo/Anupam Nath     By Sumit Ganguly, Indiana University     India’s ruling Bharatiya Janata Party, or BJP, had hoped for a landslide victory in the country’s six-week general election – the largest display of democracy, by far, in a year of voting around the […]

todayJune 5, 2024 12

World

Indian election: Narendra Modi hasn’t delivered the expected landslide – where the BJP may have gone wrong

        By Thankom Arun, University of Essex     Narendra Modi may have led his Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP)-led National Democratic Alliance (NDA) to a historic third term, but the landslide victory that many had expected failed to materialise. With half of the 640 million votes counted, Modi’s Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and its political allies were on course to win 290 seats. It’s enough to form […]

todayJune 5, 2024 12

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