Sunday, Feb 18, 2018 | Last Update : 05:03 AM IST
The Swedish Academy thinks he is a mixture of Jane Austen and Franz Kafka with a bit of Marcel Proust thrown in.
Nobody could have seen this coming after that stupendous, sweeping BJP win in the last general elections.
Several surveys assert that “chicken tikka masala” has overtaken roast beef in the Brit popularity stakes.
Mamata Banerjee was the first voice against the wrong implementation of the GST, says Sukhendu Sekhar Roy.
The fiscal account came under strain despite the government exceeding its divestment target after many years, says Dharmakirti Joshi.
We will require the independent strength of our party and its political interventional capacities to grow stronger, says Sitaram Yechury.
The principal Opposition, the Congress Party, is up in arms and has demanded the removal of the state chief minister M.L. Khattar.
Rahul’s temple run and projecting a ‘soft Hindu’ image may not help Cong in polls.
The new mega health insurance scheme can transform the lives of India’s poor.
A hasty push for simultaneous Lok Sabha, Assembly polls will be anti-democratic.
The AAP is wrong to accuse the EC of acting at the BJP’s behest to disqualify its MLAs.
Recently the Aam Aadmi Party set up a stall to sell pakodas in Lucknow when the cops chased them away.
The transformation noticed in him at Babai was truly amazing, a member of the delegation observed.
Mr Gohain blamed the ruling BJD — an arch-rival of the BJP — for adopting dilatory approach to acquire land for various projects.
The state government is also forcing employees to take VRS if they do not wish to be shown the door on grounds of poor performance.