Hi Anonymous A,
I hope your preparatory efforts are coming along well and that you're now starting to get invitations to interviews.
I hate to contradict consensus, but, yes, sometimes, an extended silence can mean a rejection.
At the end of 2016, a good friend of mine applied to one of the MBBs in a geography beyond his academic and professional experiences. He did not receive a response for over a month and eventually decided to call the recruiter. The recruiter was quite straightforward and promised to look into the matter. While she was on the phone with him, she asked under what e-mail address he'd applied which he provided. She then confirmed on the phone that she had found the application, that she was sorry he had been delayed in receiving a response, and that she would attend to the process on his behalf. The call ended.
Within ten minutes, his rejection notice arrived via e-mail.
Still, circumstances differ. I hope you triumph in your case no matter he outcome of this particular application.