The election season is upon us and all political parties are raising the issue of communalism. If the Congress cites the Gujarat riots of 2002, the BJP refers to the 1984 massacre of Sikhs in Delhi.
The formation of the Third Front and the Federal Front of the selfish and opportunist regional parties to provide an alternative to both the Congress and the Bharatiya Janata Party-led alliances in th
One should not always criticise the advent of technology. I learnt this lesson the hard way.
Israel has renewed its offer to Indian oil and gas companies to exploit its huge offshore natural gas reserves saying it will welcome them with “open hearts”.
Aam Aadmi Party chief Arvind Kejriwal could have spared us the drama of suddenly demanding a meeting with Gujarat chief minister Narendra Modi. He could have sought a prior appointment.
The division within the BJP top brass over Lok Sabha seats does not bode well for the party. The BJP should come clean over media reports of who will contest from Varanasi.
It is heartening to know that we have an all-woman party. We have 59 women MPs in the Lok Sabha.
Tweets by the BJP’s Sushma Swaraj seem to have created a buzz.
This is with reference to your editorial Cricket sedition charge ridiculous (March 8).
The Election Commission’s model code of conduct does not bar the government from functioning normally, but granting of new licences to private banks by the Reserve Bank of India should be left to the
Till now the Aam Aadmi Party was a “showpiece” consisting of political and social activists who believed in the agitational path.
The proposal to set up “one-stop crisis centres” in hospitals to help victims of gender violence is commendable.
Anti-graft crusader Anna Hazare seems to be suffering from selective amnesia. His criticism of Aam Aadmi Party chief Arvind Kejriwal is bizarre.