Challenge is to make everything obvious and easy: Mrinal Desai on app development

With smartphones becoming a necessity and an inseparable part of our daily lives, a lot of smart apps are helping us communicate better and efficiently. 'addappt' is one such application that makes communication easier.

Farmer suicide at AAP rally: Everyone to blame

Let's blame not just the AAP for Wednesday's farmer suicide but also the Delhi Police, the crowd at the rally, the Narendra Modi government, the Congress, the media and last but not the least, the System!

Delhi Assembly Election 2015: Issues that will decide the verdict

The battle for votes is back in Delhi after the Assembly Elections in 2013 ended up with a hung verdict.

India and the US – from 1947 to present

Relations between India and the United States have been on an up-and-down trajectory since Independence in 1947.

Power struggle shames capital

Power struggle is back in Delhi, yet again. Yes, efforts are on one more time to cobble up a government, literally by any means - if we go by AAP`s allegations - by the single largest party, the BJP.

Elections 2014: Where Parties Stand

The battle for the 16th Lok Sabha has begun and parties are going all out to woo the voters. Here`s a look at what they all have to offer.

Elections 2014: Will Congress survive anti-incumbency in Haryana?

The 2014 Lok Sabha poll battle in Haryana for 10 seats on April 10 will not be a two-way contest between the Congress and the Indian National Lok Dal like before.

Elections 2014: Who will sweep Delhi – Modi or `Jhadu`?

The national poll bugle has been sounded and among the states/UTs that will be watched closely over the next two months include the city-state of Delhi.

Elections 2014: Mamata wave all the way in West Bengal?

The Lok Sabha election schedule is out, and in West Bengal voting will take place in five phases between April 17 and May 12.

Lessons from the Andaman boat tragedy

The recent boat tragedy in the Andamans has come as a shock for me. Not because I lost someone in the tragedy, but because I have been a recent visitor to these exotic islands.

Pakistan must silence guns or else…

Over the past few days, as many as 50 Indian Army and BSF posts have been targeted in one go by the Pakistani Army, using small arms, rockets and mortars.

The Rupee pain

The rupee’s freefall in part can be blamed on fears that the US will scale back stimulus measures.

`Pleng’s Song` makes children question their lives: Patrick Maher

Deepak Nagpal spoke to American author Patrick Maher.

BJP`s future post Modi-Advani tussle

The past few days have been tumultuous as well as historic for the Bharatiya Janata Party – the only challenge to India`s oldest political party, the Indian National Congress.

Development sham ahead of Delhi Assembly polls

Why can’t our politicians be honest to themselves?

Rahul Gandhi power Vs Narendra Modi & his Delhi dream

The Congress is not just looking like a divided house but also a party with a confused leadership.

Delhi gang-rape: Overhaul the public transport system

The recent gang-rape in Delhi has put focus on the shortcomings in the public transport system.

Kasab’s ‘The End’ – UPA’s shining moment

Mohammad Ajmal Amir Kasab, the dreaded Mumbai attacker, has finally met his ‘The End’.

Let the reforms continue...

PM has tried to send across a message that he is no lame duck head of the government.