The Modi government’s attempts to isolate the Congress on the issue of AgustaWestland chopper deal is unlikelly to succeed as the main Opposition is occupying the anti-BJP space while regional parties
The Congress is in a double mind whether to take out a “long march” or undertake padyatras in Uttar Pradesh on developmental issues at a time when the BJP will play the polarisation card and the Samaj
Much to the discomfiture of the Congress, the issue of the leadership of Mr Rahul Gandhi has come into sharp focus with Mr Nitish Kumar taking the lead on the issue of a national alliance to take on t
The Congress wants to be the nucleus of the anti-BJP parties at the national level, but the Nitish Kumar-led front not only defeated the BJP in Bihar last year but proved its governance card is better
After the Assembly elections in five states next month, there could either be an AICC meeting or a chintan shivir (brain-storming session) likely in June or July, Congress sources indicated, against t
Efforts to forge a front of regional parties to capture power at the Centre could prove to be a non-starter.
Bihar chief minister Nitish Kumar’s elevation as the president of the Janata Dal (U) may not be a good omen for the Congress party that is trying to regain lost ground in the forthcoming Uttar Pradesh
Parliament will witness a fight on “corruption and nationalism” — the planks of the Congress and the BJP — when it meets by the end of this month.
The “fight for space” by regional parties is creating problems for the ruling BJP as well as the main Opposition Congress in their battle to become a super-political force in the country.
The developments in Uttarakhand and Arunachal Pradesh have cautioned non-NDA state governments, especially those that are maintaining a distance from the BJP and the Congress.