Silver linings lurk in Diwali mood for India's economy if we look beyond Chinese imports, wavering investments and bad loans
Smartphones, the most visible symbol of "Digital India's" ambitious expansion, are increasingly Chinese.
Narendra Modi's MSME loan gambit is a two-pronged strategy; eases note ban pain, crafts shrewd poll plank
Prime Minister Narendra Modi seems to be turning his eyes inward to help micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs), building on the MUDRA loan brand he has assiduously nurtured
Watch: Mitron trailer shows Jackky Bhagnani as a lazy, aimless man who dreams of make it big someday
Mitron, which will mark the Bollywood debut of Kirtika Kamra, is all set to hit the threatres on 14 September
Fanney Khan's new song Achche Din chronicles the struggle of survival for a common man.
Rahul Gandhi says Narendra Modi's 'acche din PR' will take beating after Paul Krugman's warning about mass unemployment
Congress president Rahul Gandhi hit out at Prime Minister Narendra Modi over the issue of unemployment, saying his 'achche din' PR would take a beating after a Nobel laureate warned India of mass unemployment
Where is Diwali of 'achche din'? Shiv Sena asks BJP; slams Centre for 'playing with people's feelings'
"Where is the Diwali of achche din", the Shiv Sena on Wednesday asked the Centre and said the festival will end on Saturday but what about the 'diwala' (bankruptcy) of the economy.
Kumar said as Prime Minister Narendra Modi has worked as the Chief Minister of Gujarat where liquor is banned for a long time it shows he is in favour of it
The ranting and raving of the two players apart, the fact regarding their worth remains unchanged: two-third of Indian voters don’t like BJP, Congress.
Modi’s re-election prospects depend on what he achieves in the following areas over the next 12 months: jobs, rural incomes, growth, inflation, and national security
Tyagi said that the “achche din”, promised by Modi, in terms of creating employment opportunities for the youth are yet to materialise.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi may have announced the arrival of achche din in the country with aplomb, but some right wing bodies affiliated to the RSS do not seem to be on the same page. Acutely aware of the possibility of losing their cadre base due the labour and land policies of the NDA government, they have started getting more vocal within the Sangh and outside.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi has faced severe criticism for keeping mum on the issue, but on Monday, in a strongly worded message, he finally spoke out on the issue of discrimination against minorities.
Actor-politician Shatrughan Sinha on Thursday said he has no clue as to why he has not been included in the Union Cabinet and asserted the party leadership should fix a role for him in the coming Bihar assembly polls befitting his stature.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi and former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh met at 7RCR in New Delhi on Wednesday.
The Aam Aadmi Party on Wednesday held a protest in Delhi against the BJP government, accusing it of plunging the country into "despair" instead of ushering
Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah on Friday said he does not see '<em>achche din</em>' (good times) coming to the country through the Union budget.