Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Wednesday declared support to his Bihar counterpart Nitish Kumar and promised to send his party workers to assist the ruling Janata Dal(United) in devising its campaign strategy for the upcoming assembly elections in the state.
Rapid growth in personal incomes combined with a more open domestic market to make India an increasingly attractive market for foreign companies
The fact that the government has chosen to make it such an high decibel event is perhaps indication that all may not be well when it comes to its achievements.
As Delhi goes to vote on Saturday, voter turnout will decide who will win the Delhi Assembly Election 2015. Track the live happenings here.
We tend to forget that America’s interest in India is driven by the advantages, material as well as strategic, that it can derive from building a relationship with us.
The Modi government's maiden budget 2014 today announced that television sets which use the Cathode Ray TV (CRT) system will get cheaper.
The NDA government's first rail budget has been hailed as one that is finally putting the brakes on populism and shows some much needed fiscal pragmatism
It was this 700 million, having grown exponentially during UPA - 1, that delivered it a second term. Still, the Congress has nothing to offer them. Kejriwal left them disappointed. Modi has somewhat captured their imagination.
As AAP grows wings and wants to fly around the country to fight the election, these faultlines in the middle class are likely to intensify even further. It will inevitably coax the AAP to forage other social bases for sustenance
Reaching out to the strata between BPL and middle class, Rahul Gandhi today said Congress will focus on giving these 70 crore people a better life and basic social security
AAP's crass short-term political motivations and calculations will destroy the very middle class consolidation and political activism that brought it to power.
The fact is that the middle class is part of the problem because of which Indian politics reached such a pass that we needed a brand new party to re-energise it
The middle class has be re-enfranchised by the growth in its numbers over the last two decades of phenomenal growth and dramatic reduction of poverty
The Delhi voter turnout is not as high as it is cracked up to be, though it may be better than before. But democracy has to mean higher citizen involvement beyond pressing an EVM button once in five years.
The Talwars showed us a mirror to ourselves and to our flaws. The Aarushi-Hemraj murder case (over the last five and half years) was as much an ongoing police investigation as a continuous introspection by the middle class.
The middle class' sanctimonious posturing that they don't indulge in anything illegal was shattered by the Campa Cola incident.
The middle class is coming into own. Despite comprising only around 3-6 percent of the voting population, it will tilt the balance in 2014
Pratap Bhanu Mehta argues we are now witnessing an orgy of cannibalism among the ruling class as they tear each other than their institutions down.
It would take four times the earth’s resources to support the average American living standards for the world. The poor get poorer as more of us aspire for that good life.