photogallery, Kannagi Khanna, Politics May, 14th 2014
In India every voter should not have to travel more than 2 kilometres from home to be able to vote. In a forest inhabited by Asiatic lions, every election an elderly priest of the Shiva temple has the exclusive use of a polling station
Avani Tanya, Bangalore, photogallery, Politics May, 6th 2014
With the electoral electronic device, from this year Indian citizens will be able to indicate that they don't want to vote for any of the candidates presented. It will be, observers say, an important indicator to measure the discredit into which the country's political class have fallen
Karthik Subramanian, Politics May, 5th 2014
What if a candidate may win the election thanks to a selfie with a movie star?
photogallery, Nirvair Singh, Politics April, 29th 2014
Polling day is fast approaching Punjab too. In the pre-election climate there’s a special festival that draws visitors from all over northern India. Baisakhi, the harvest festival, with its fairground, horses, elephants and Sikh warriors