Gautam Datt
Associate Editor
New Delhi
My Stories
Verdict in 2G spectrum scam today

The fate of many political leaders, corporate executives and officials will be decided on Thursday when the CBI court in New Delhi will pronounce the much awaited verdict in the 2G scam.

Gujarat, Himachal poll results to set course for winter session

The Gujarat and Himachal Pradesh assembly polls results are likely to set the course of the Winter Session of Parliament beginning Friday, with both treasury and opposition benches hoping for a pos

Name of the game is polarisation

Almost two years ago, BJP president Amit Shah was at Raxaul along the Indo-Nepal border in Bihar.

BJP corners Cong over meeting with Pakistan leaders, Manmohan retaliates and demands apology

Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s claim that the Congress was trying to fix the Gujarat elections with Pakistan’s help was strongly countered by former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh who retorted that


After being in the waiting for years, the “Rahul Raj” finally began officially in the Congress as the Gandhi scion filed the sole nomination for the party’s presidential election.

BJP and Congress use optics to capture eyeballs in Gujarat polls

The Congress may have created a buzz in the Gujarat elections but campaign strategist Ankit Lal said that its impact is not visible on the ground and felt that not projecting a chief ministerial fa

India needs to ‘cherish’ its Muslims: Obama tells Modi

Former US president Barack Obama on Friday said that he had told Prime Minister Narendra Modi “privately” that a country shouldn’t be divided in sectarian lines.

‘Reluctant prince’ set to be crowned

After months of speculation on the party’s leadership issue, a timeline has been prepared for Rahul Gandhi’s elevation to the top.

Rahul’s temple yatra

If the road to power in Gujarat leads through temples then one would assume that Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi has chosen the right track to defy the odds and beat Narendra Modi on his home

Clueless against toxic air

The air quality in the national capital continued to be in dangerous zone on Monday, with the PM2.5 level touching 509 in the afternoon, as authorities appeared cluessless on handling the emergency