Saffron Suicide in South

May 2013
India Today;5/20/2013, p6
The article discusses the need for the political parties Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and the Indian National Congress (INC) to reinvent themselves in Karnataka, India to improve their prospects for the 2014 elections. It cites the lack of senior leaders in both parties and their poor performance in the results of the 2013 Karnataka poll. It also discusses the parties' lack of effective campaign plans that made use of influential local leaders.


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