India is assiduously trying to get entry into the coveted Nuclear Suppliers Group.
Immediately after former Union Minister V Narayansamy was elected as the next Chief Minister of Puducherry, violence broke out in the state.
Mamata Banerjee used the term “Ishwar and Allah” in place of “God” and it was good enough a deviation to generate a huge debate in political and legal circles.
What makes Mamata Banerjee so important for both BJP as well as the group of socialists like Akhilesh, Lalu and Nitish?
The Political circles in Uttar Pradesh are rife with an interesting speculation according to which the Assembly elections in the state may be advanced by at least six months.
What are the main challenges for Sarbananda Sonowal as the 17th Chief Minister of Assam? Will it be easy for the new Chief Minister to fulfil his election promises?
The tripartite transport and transit agreement between India, Iran and Afghanistan relating to Chabahar port will go a long way in boosting trade between India and other central Asian countries.
The results of 5 state Assemblies have come as a rude shock to Indian National Congress, the grand old party of India.
Both the Congress and the BJP need to do a lot of introspection after the good show by the Congress in these MCD bypolls.
In terms of productivity, Budget Session 2016 of the Parliament has proved to be highly successful.
53 Rajya Sabha members are retiring today. Out of these 53 members, 16 are from Congress while 14 are from BJP.
With an eye on positioning himself as the most viable alternative to PM Modi in 2019 general elections, Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar today exhorted the people of Uttar Pradesh to teach the BJP the same lesson in challenged Modi
who would be a better candidate from Indian perspective? Who would be more positively disposed towards India?
After the completion of six-phase polling , all one can say at this moment is that Mamata had started as a clear favourite but the support that the ‘unofficial’ alliance seems to have got has left every possibility wide open.
Prashant Kishor, in one sense, is actually carrying forward the idea mooted by Nitish Kumar and it has the potential of keeping both the clients of Prashant Kishor in good humour.
Prashant Kishor wants to try all tricks in his book to revive the Congress party in India’s most populous and electorally crucial state but he is not getting the desired support from the Congress cadre.
At a time when Nawaz Sharif was facing barrage of accusations for turning a blind eye to the acts of corruption by his near and dear ones who are part of Pakistani political system, Panama papers leak came as a major jolt which tarnished his image
It will be interesting to see if Sreesanth succeeds in proving political pundits of the state wrong and creates history by becoming the first BJP MLA in the state.
It’s too early to predict anything about 2014 elections but one thing is for sure, Nitish is going to make it the battle of his life especially when Prashant Kishor is on his side.
Will this ‘Siliguri model’ succeed in getting a thumbs-up from the people of West Bengal ? And will it be strong enough to dethrone Mamata Banerjee from Writers’ Building?