Party Competition in Indian States : Electoral Politics in Post - Congress Politics

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Party Competition in Indian States : Electoral Politics in Post - Congress Politics
Party Competition in Indian States provides an incisive look into the political storm that had swept the country in 1990s. Post the 1990 elections, the Indian National Congress was no longer in a position to set the national agenda, as it ceased to be the most important political party against which all other parties were arrayed. As the Indian states have now emerged as the principal domain where electoral contests are held, this book focuses on the electoral outcomes in twenty-four states between 2008 and 2013. After the 2008 electoral poles, Congress party tried hard to adapt itself to the compulsions of coalition politics and managed to survive as one of the competitors in the electoral arena unlike its monopoly in the earlier years. This book provides a deep insight on the Parliamentary elections of 2009 and the Assembly elections in each state during the period, and analyz
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