PM Modi's Mongolia visit – what it holds for India

Though China is most likely to remain at the centre of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's three-nation tour, which he began on May 14 by visiting the Communist State first, his visits to Mongolia and South Korea hold great political significance too.

Can a united 'Janata Parivar' challenge the BJP?

After several months of hectic deliberations, Janata Dal splinter groups finally bit the bullet and decided to come together under a new banner.

Deepika Padukone is right but media should not always be blamed

The love-hate relationship between film stars and media is no big deal. The two are inseparable and are known to use each other to their advantage. But whenever one crosses the line, the other reacts by boycotting it and sometimes by attacking it.

Is Narendra Modi’s magic waning?

Poll reverses suffered by the BJP in recent by-elections have triggered debate whether Narendra Modi magic is waning.

Time for Congress to look beyond Gandhis

After its crushing defeat, the time has come for Congress to look beyond the Gandhi family.

Time for Arvind Kejriwal`s AAP to reinvent itself

In the 2014 Lok Sabha polls - the biggest carnival of democracy in the world – while the BJP, riding on the back of the Narendra Modi wave, emerged as a clear winner and the ruling Congress was thrown out of power, it was Arvind Kejriwal’s one-year-old Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) which was the biggest loser of all.

It`s `Parivartan` Vs `Raman Effect` in Chhattisgarh

The record voter turnout in both the first and final phases of Assembly polls in Chhattisgarh has stunned the poll pundits.

MP Assembly polls 2013: Will anti-incumbency hurt Shivraj govt?

While the stage is set for a high-voltage electoral battle for power in Madhya Pradesh, the ruling BJP and the main opposition Congress have stepped up attack on each other - the former boasting of providing good governance, while the latter accusing it of indulging in corruption and scandals.

Will Priyanka Gandhi add novelty to 2014 polls?

Will Congress use Priyanka to revive its fortunes in 2014?

Narendra Modi`s Hunkar rally: What it holds for Bihar?

Can Narendra Modi`s Hunkar rally change the political landscape in Bihar?

Narendra Modi’s Muslim mantra and BJP`s mission 272

Will BJP`s `go for Muslims` strategy work in 2014?

Asaram Bapu and controversies

Under scanner for sexually assaulting a minor in his ashram in Jodhpur recently, the 72-year-old spiritual guru, Asaram Bapu, is not new to controversies.

Hats off to Durga Shakti Nagpal!

Bureaucrats in India often survive on the mercy of their political rulers.

Will Telangana move benefit Congress in 2014 polls?

The countdown for the 2014 Lok Sabha elections has begun and the timing of Congress party`s big announcement on Telangana seems absolutely perfect.

Poverty debate: Dear politicians, please talk some sense

It seems our politicians have lost touch with reality.

Can Hindu ‘nationalist’ Narendra Modi help BJP?

The BJP has once again gone back on ‘Hindutva’ track.

Bodh Gaya serial blasts: Politics on terror - when will it stop?

Politicians are trying to take advantage of a serious situation like a terror attack.

Who will benefit from BJP-JD-(U) split?

By ending ties with the BJP, Nitish Kumar might have played a big gamble. journalists get Rajiv Gandhi Excellence Award’s Ajith V Kumar and Ritesh K Srivastava were on Tuesday felicitated with the Rajiv Gandhi Excellence Award, 2013 as young achievers in the media category.

Will a ‘divide’ hurt BJP in 2014?

Though Advani is back in BJP, the crisis is still not over.