M Modi has had a track record of achieving it in Gujarat. A business-friendly government led by PM Modi combined with a low-corruption regime is the best shot we have got.
Tandav actually challenges the way conventional entertainment has been in India not only for years but for decades now. It's a good story if a right wing student leader is corrupt and greedy but it is not a good story if the left leaning student leader does the same thing.
The exit polls are out and it looks pretty clear that Bihar is going to see Tejaswi Yadav become its youngest-ever chief minister at the age of 31. Looking at the way the NDA media representatives reacted to the poll is a clear indication that they knew the results long back. Unlike the left ecosystem, the people who oppose the politics of the Congress or the RJD will not go out crying that the EVMs were hacked or 'the death of democracy' because of this result. Everyone will accept the verdict and will actually work towards getting ahead of it and winning the next election. And that is how a democracy should work.
Can the country live with unprecedented damage to democracy and divisiveness among people based on their gender, color, origin, political ideologies, etc?