Gautam Datt
Associate Editor
New Delhi
My Stories
Lobbying in earnest for Rajya Sabha in 2018

The Rajya Sabha or the Upper House of Parliament is expected to have a substantially new look by next year when as many as 50 members are retiring.

Judgment day for accused

Around seven years after the 2G Spectrum allocation case hit headlines setting new a scale of corruption in the country, the court has reached the stage of verdict to pin down the accused that incl

Cong fights revolving door syndrome

If the revolving door syndrome of Himachal Pradesh prevails in the upcoming assembly elections, then the ruling Congress seems to be in exit mode while the BJP is awaiting a re-entry to the corrido

Navy clears 111 choppers buy worth Rs 21,738 cr

The Indian Navy can expect to overcome acute shortage of helicopters as the government on Tuesday cleared the long pending procurement of 111 utility choppers worth Rs 21,738 crore.

Matter of Gujarati pride

Barring a few aberrations, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has won all the electoral battles in style.

India, US ask Pakistan to dismantle terror safe havens

India on Wednesday told the US that its South Asia policy would not succeed until Pakistan continues to be a sanctuary for terrorists.

Terror funding: Salahuddin’s son Shahid Yusuf arrested

The National Investigation Agency (NIA) on Tuesday arrested Syed Shahid Yousuf, the son of  Hizbul Mujahideen’s chief Syed Salahuddin.

Newsmaker: Essential politician

His initials are PM yet he could not become the Prime Minister.

Sinha calls for lokshakti to check rajshakti

BJP leader Yashwant Sinha has fired a fresh salvo at the Modi government calling for lokshakti (people’s power) to control rajshakti (might of the government).

Up ahead, by-polls to convey nation’s mood

Opinion is divided over whether by-poll results can be an indicator of public mood but elections for eight Lok Sabha seats are being billed, at least by the opposition, as a mid-term referendum on