The grammar of Indian electoral politics is steeped in unpredictability; the 2019 hustings is a face off between polarising Hindu dominance and a rag tag bobtail outfit comprising oppos
In 2014, after the Congress debacle which resulted in their worst ever performance in a Lok Sabha poll, the party was at its wits end thinking that the world had taken a turn for the surreal.
Ajit Wadekar was a reluctant cricketer, but he certainly got results for India, both as captain and in his avatar of manager many years later. Once he took to the game, he went right to the top.
Talk of the law of diminishing returns kicking in abounds as the political mercury begins to soar in the lead up to 2019.
Myth making can be very seductive, like a coquettish whisper in your ear, beckoning you to make a tryst with yet another urban legend.
The Hurriyat Conference website actively seeks donations from the citizenry, its renegade and anti national chairman Syed Ali Shah Geelani's appeal reads like this — Help the families of martyrs an
Wolf in the hen house will not be an exaggeration, for a concerted drive to clean up India's twin balance sheet mess is ongoing.
Sheikh Abdullah consistently maintained that Maharaja Hari Singh was consorting with communalists and some of his key associates and advisers were responsible for the massacre of Muslims in the Jam
Driven by her European sensibilities, UPA chairperson Sonia Gandhi created a welfare economics model which while fiscally flawed cannot be begrudged for it tried an all inclusive approach to target