Targeting the RJD, the BJP president said those who rose to power drawing upon the legacy of Jayaprakash Narayan have ended up joining hands with the very Congress party he opposed
'Had there been recession, people would've worn dhoti-kurtas, not coats and jackets' says BJP MP Virendra Singh Mast
Virendra Singh Mast claimed that world might be in the grip of recession but India will not be impacted by it as its rural and agricultural economy is very strong
Congress to announce new president of Delhi unit soon, says PC Chacko; post vacant since Sheila Dikshit's demise
All India Congress Committee's (AICC) Delhi in-charge PC Chacko on Friday said that the party will soon announce the new president of its Delhi unit as the Assembly elections are just around the corner
BJP and Congress alone cannot represent entire country, says Jayaprakash Narayan; calls for 'healthy' federalism
Jayaprakash Narayan, who is founder-president of the Lok Satta Party and former MLA from Kukatpally, Andhra Pradesh, spoke to Firstpost about the need to strengthen federalism without upsetting the unity of the country
Atal Bihari Vajpayee passes away at 93: Bhishma Pitamaha of Indian politics, former prime minister was humanity personified
Vajpayee began his career in politics as a freedom fighter and took part in the Quit India Movement in 1942.
'Indira Gandhi's personal and political vendetta led her to declare Emergency', says Odisha governor Ganeshi Lal
"Mrs Indira Gandhi misguided the country with fake democracy and it was personal and political vendetta that led her to take such a decision," Lal said.
Pranab Mukherjee at RSS event: As controversy erupts, here's a look back at controversial guests RSS has hosted before
Former president Pranab Mukherjee will be addressing the valedictory function of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh's (RSS) Sangh Shiksha Varg — a training camp for the volunteers — at the headquarters in Nagpur on 7 June and this has led to a controversy considering his loyalties with Congress.
Campaigning for Karnataka polls, Nitish Kumar recalls how fall of socialism led to today's moral muddle
The astute politician that he is, Nitish Kumar is quite aware of the limited scope of his appeal in Karnataka
Bihar chief minister Nitish Kumar on Sunday wrote a letter to prime minister Narendra Modi, reinstating his demand to confer the country's highest civilian award Bharat Ratna to veteran socialist leader Dr Ram Manohar Lohia.
Over the years, as Lalu Prasad Yadav foulmouthed the BJP in general and its new rising leader, Narendra Modi, in particular, he remained the darling of the chatterati.
Narendra Modi says villages are poisoned with venom of casteism, calls for development of rural India
Narendra Modi on Wednesday deplored "destruction" of villages due to "venom of casteism" and said efforts should be made to help them rise above it
Jayaprakash Narayan birth anniversary: Bihar leaders should learn to invoke political civility rather than offering ritual tributes
Lalu Prasad Yadav and his family indulge in a kind of discourse which is probably of the gutter level.
NGT puts curtains on Jantar Mantar as a protest site: Will Ramlila Maidan offer the same spirit of democratic dissent?
The authorities have been asked to shift those occupying footpaths at Jantar Mantar to the Ramlila Maidan, up north, near Old Delhi’s Ajmeri Gate.
Narendra Modi said October is the month of remembering great leaders including Mahatma Gandhi who gave the nation a proper direction
SC verdict on Right to Privacy: In haste to take on BJP, Congress conveniently has forgotten the 1975 Emergency
In his desperate haste over reacting to the Supreme Court verdict, Rahul has inadvertently included his own grandmother among the "fascist forces" that he talks of in his tweet.
Senior JD(U) leader Sharad Yadav hit out at current JD(U) president and Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar, saying the party is not Kumar's alone but belonged to him too.
Presidential Election 2017: Congress' ideological war lacks merit, just like Meira Kumar's aspirations
Meira Kumar, Opposition parties presidential candidate, in some sense is the grotesque symbol of leaders who would go to any length to remain in office, and invariably stand for status quo, both in the realm of social as well as economic democratisation
Did Jayaprakash Narayan, counted among the most reverential politicians, write a personal letter to his friends to introduce Chandraswami, who eventually turned out to be India’s most dubious godman?
The motive behind the human chain is to ensure that the liquor ban is made successful in the state and that our society is made free from the distressing clutches of alcohol addiction, says Harivansh, a co-ordinator of the anti-alcohol human chains in Bihar
The Congress’ publication material reviewed by Firstpost points out that the party believes that Indira’s centenary celebration is the right time to take stock of her stewardship of the nation for nearly two decades