On India Decides @ 9, the JD(U) virtually spells the end of the alliance with the BJP. It accuses the ally of deviating from the basic principles of NDA and questions the fanfare surrounding Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi's elevation to the post of BJP campaign committee chief. The Trinamool Congress and the Left are already queuing at JD(U)'s doorstep with a promise of a Third Front; the Congress, too, is waiting in the wings. The big question: which way will JD(U) go? We debate.