Janata Dal (United) leader Nitish Kumar's desire to make a comeback as Bihar chief minister has hit a major roadblock. First, the defeat in the Lok Sabha elections cost him the Bihar CM’s post and later Jitan Ram Manjhi, the man he nominated to succeed him as the CM, turned against him.
He is now known as the 'man of the match' and a `show stealer'. Little-known advocate SK Bagga became a famous man when he trounced none other than Bharatiya Janata Party's chief ministerial candidate Kiran Bedi by a margin of 2,277 votes in the BJP stronghold of Krishna Nagar.
With Congress' star on the wane and National Conference losing its popularity in Jammu and Kashmir, Mehbooba Mufti-led Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has a strong chance of making a comeback to power in the state.
The Indian Railways is truly the face of India. It represents every facet of India, be it population explosion or uncleanliness. A glimpse of the same greeted me during my recent travel from Dhanbad to Delhi.
Unveiling its tough side, the Narendra Modi government recently called off the scheduled foreign secretary-level talks with Pakistan and faced criticism from several quarters, with Congress dismissing Centre's stand as mere "theatrics" that sent "confusing" signals vis-a-vis New Delhi's policy in
Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi’s emotional election speeches are nothing but a joke, at a time when the populace is reeling under the pressure of deep economic crisis, spiraling food and fuel prices, corruption and political apathy.