Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury's remarks on Davinder Singh, Pulwama attack underscore Congress' flawed national security narrative
Chowdhury's remarks calling for a relook into the Pulwama incident come at a time when party strategists are seeking to re-invent Sonia Gandhi's lost aura.
Delhi elections a two-way fight between AAP and BJP; with Kejriwal showcasing developmental work, uphill task for saffron party lacking a CM face
The other advantage of putting Kejriwal in the limelight is that the BJP in Delhi does not have a single credible face whose recall value in terms of leadership or oratorial skills that could compete with the AAP chief. The BJP is undecided on projecting any of its leader as face of Delhi election, a chief ministerial candidate who as a challenger would take on the incumbent chief minister.
For the past few days, government agencies and the ruling BJP have been spending a great deal of time and energy in sending the message that there is no link between the National Population Register (NPR) and National Register of Citizens (NRC).
Jharkhand Assembly results a referendum on Raghubar Das; BJP erred by not changing leadership despite warning signs
Chief Minister Raghubar Das rubbed a lot of people, including some of his party leaders and workers, the wrong way.
CAA protests: Police crackdown natural response to rioting, but in era of misinformation and fake news, whoever sets narrative wins
The use of tear gas and lathi on students protesting against CAA by the Delhi Police was in response to the acts of violence and pelting of stones on the police
Prashant Kishor's tweets on Citizenship Bill call attention to Nitish Kumar's U-turn on issue, symptomatic of turmoil roiling JD(U)
The series of tweets on Citizenship (Amendment) Bill fired off by JD(U) vice president Prashant Kishor is symptomatic of the turmoil roiling the key NDA ally.
Sharad Pawar's latest revelations have allowed NCP chief to position himself as 'super CM' of Maharashtra, a status Bal Thackeray enjoyed in 90s
Sharad Pawar has positioned himself as the super chief minister of Maharashtra, a status Bal Thackeray enjoyed in the mid and late 1990s when the Shiv Sena had for the first time helmed the state
Devendra Fadnavis sworn in as Maharashtra CM: Narendra Modi, Amit Shah pull off another political masterstroke
Narendra Modi and Amit Shah have yet again proved that they are grand masters of the political chess board
Replug: After Sharad Pawar-Narendra Modi meet in Delhi, here are four reasons why Shiv Sena should worry about Maharashtra power tussle
Pawar’s meeting with Modi needs to be seen in the light of the ongoing brinkmanship by political parties in Maharashtra.
Withdrawing SPG cover for Sonia, Rahul and Priyanka: No legal or moral rationale behind giving Gandhis elite protection cover
For the second consecutive day, the Congress attempted to move adjournment motion in Lok Sabha, censuring the Modi government for withdrawal of the elite SPG security cover from the Gandhis. Even the staunchest of Congress allies did not come out in support and party strategists and floor managers failed to mobilise opinion within and outside of Parliament.
SC verdict on Rafale deal serves body blow to Congress' concocted campaign; party must seriously rethink strategy
In the Rafale case, a bench comprising Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi and Justices SK Kaul and KM Joseph said, 'We find the review petitions are without any merit.'
SC verdict opportunity for Modi govt to build Ram Mandir at characteristic speed and scale, make Ayodhya foremost Hindu pilgrim site
The Supreme Court's judgment on Ayodhya has given an opportunity to the ruling dispensation to build Ram Mandir at its characteristic speed and scale and make Ayodhya the foremost Hindu pilgrim site in the country
Ayodhya hearing: With SC verdict expected soon, Narendra Modi govt draws up legal options to avoid confusion in wake of judgment
The Central government is presently preparing for the different possibilities that may arise in the wake of the order in the Ayodhya case.
Congress' hue and cry over withdrawal of SPG cover misplaced, shows Gandhi family's uneasiness at not being special
With the SPG cover withdrawn, the Gandhi family is now like any other political family in the country and that makes Congress and its loyalists uneasy
Ayodhya dispute: Expecting favourable SC verdict, RSS steps up effort to preserve communal harmony, asks cadres for restraint
The RSS and BJP leaders have been deliberating at length over the issue and have come up to a well-considered decision to ask their cadre and sympathisers to respect the Supreme Court verdict.
Sanjay Nirupam lashes out at Congress, raises serious questions about brewing Sonia faction vs Rahul faction feud
Sanjay Nirupam has never been one to mince his words, but then all his attacks — often acrimonious — have been directed at Prime Minister Narendra Modi and BJP president Amit Shah
Congress proclaims to be sole inheritor of Mahatma Gandhi's legacy, but day's events expose cracks in organisation, vacuum in top leadership
The events that unfolded on Gandhi Jayanti raise questions over Congress' seriousness towards rebuilding its social base, inspiring confidence among its rank and file and putting up a real challenge to the BJP in Haryana and Maharashtra Assembly elections
Narendra Modi sends a message to South India: PM is shaping thought process on Tamil language, Christians, Muslims
By addressing Tamil as the oldest language in the world on Monday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi was correcting the misconception that the BJP was a party which favoured Hindi heartland in the north and negated south India
At UNGA, a tale of two speeches: Narendra Modi spoke like a statesman, Imran Khan mired in a maze of contradictions
Narendra Modi’s speech — short, crisp and meaningful — was that of a statesman, a global leader with great appeal and vision
SJM co-convener's meetings with US business leaders evoke curiosity, reflect RSS' changing perception
Belief in a self-reliant economy is a cornerstone of the thought process of the Swadeshi Jagaran Manch