The wheel of Indian politics is spinning perhaps faster than at anytime in history.
Amrita Shergill Marg, the quaint tree-lined street kissing the serene Lodhi Garden, the adjacent avenues absorbing the pacy traffic on Prithviraj Road and the co-located APJ Kalam Marg aren’t paved
Unperturbed by the government’s onslaught linking Congress with dubious social media company Cambridge Analytica, party president Rahul Gandhi on Wednesday calmed those mocking him on Twitter by sa
The campaign for the Karnataka elections has hit an early crescendo even as the polling will be held on May 12 as both the ruling Congress and the BJP have made into a prestige battle ahead of the
The online data-theft controversy hit the Indian shores with IT minister Ravi Shankar Prasad threatening to summon Facebook promoter Mark Zuckerberg even as he stirred a political storm by question
Replacing his ambush politics with apology spree, Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal’s “I am sorry” downpour seems to be part of an image-changing strategy to bring focus back on governance by av
Monday is going to be a tough day for the ruling party.
Dismissing an idea is a cardinal mistake one can make in politics. One
Niceties are as alien to politics as status-quoism to activism. Politics and activism might be working to meet the same end but the journeys are often like tracks running parallel to each other.
Young Bharatiya Janata Party leader Biplab Kumar Deb was sworn in as the chief minister of Tripura on Friday in the presence of a galaxy of leaders led by prime minister Narendra Modi.