BJP good at ‘event management’ or is Narendra Modi a ‘popular leader’?

Narendra Modi is literally taking the world by storm. In the short span that he has been the Prime Minister of India he has visited Japan, United States, Brazil, Australia, Nepal, Myanmar and Fiji. Some have been bilateral visits, while others have been summits and so on.

Maharashtra, Haryana Assembly polls: Will Narendra Modi have the last laugh?

Voting in high stakes Assembly elections is over in Maharashtra and Haryana and now the wait is for the results on October 19. However, to build up the excitement, exit polls on various TV channels were conducted on October 15, the day of the voting.

Bilawal Bhutto Zardari's 'Kashmir' comment was at the most 'laughable'

Some things never change. And so has not changed the need of politicians from Pakistan to rake up the issue of 'Kashmir' to garner eyeballs and catch some votes by building up frenzy amongst people.

Is it ‘The End’ for LK Advani’s ‘political journey’?

It was not very long ago. In February this year, senior BJP leader and party patriarch, LK Advani had written a blog. And in the blog he had said – “I embarked on a political journey fifty-five years ago, first as a worker of the Bharatiya Jana Sangh and later of the Bharatiya Janata Party.

Of women, children and freedom…

India may have awaken to life and freedom on August 15, 1947 but how many more years, when her women and children will ‘awaken to life and freedom’ is the question we need to ask ourselves.

Nitish Kumar and Lalu Prasad Yadav – Strange bedfellows?

However much Lalu and Nitish may shout from rooftops that they share the same ideology, the fact is that not too long ago both the men were bitter enemies.

Kargil war – Fifteen years hence…

India won the Kagil war mainly due to the bravery, grit and determination of her soldiers.

Narendra Damodardas Modi – From ‘tea-seller’ to India’s Prime Minister

Narendra Modi did not only win the 2014 Lok Sabha polls, he won it in style, helping the BJP get majority on its own and decimating his opponents along the way.

Narendra Modi – The next Prime Minister of India?

If Modi is able to become the PM of India, he will probably see it as a vindication of him after being vilified and hounded by the opponents.

Elections 2014: No dividend to Congress for attacking Narendra Modi?

When the masses are struggling to make both ends meet, then they use the mighty weapon of the vote to direct their anger towards the ruling class.

Elections 2014: Can Priyanka Gandhi Vadra make a difference to Congress’ fortunes?

In all likelihood, nothing may be able to save the Congress from an imminent defeat as of now.

Arvind Kejriwal manipulates facts for political convenience: Former AAP member Surajit Dasgupta

Surajit Dasgupta, a former Aam Aadmi Party member in conversation with Manisha Singh of Zee Media Corp about the contradictions within the AAP, the reasons why he resigned from the party and also what he thinks of Arvind Kejriwal.

Telangana Bill: `Democratic` India cannot accept Parliament blackout

The day when passage of Telangana Bill in Lok Sabha was allegedly stopped from being broadcast live was probably one of worst in Indian democracy.

Is Arvind Kejriwal Niccolo Machiavelli’s ‘Prince’?

It becomes a little difficult to digest when Kejriwal says he does not hanker after power or position. If not, then why did he quit as the Delhi CM on the first chance that he got.

Is Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal `a man in a hurry’?

Can Kejriwal`s style of politics reap him dividends? Well, a couple of months and we will get the answer to this question…

Bihar will be instrumental in making Narendra Modi PM: BJP leader Giriraj Singh

BJP leader Giriraj Singh, is of the view that Uttar Pradesh and Bihar hold the key to Narendra Modi’s Delhi dream.

Aam Aadmi Party needs to learn its lessons fast!

One cannot help wondering at times if the AAP has forgotten that it is in power and running a government in Delhi.

What makes Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi angry?

Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi often appears angry nowadays.