Insulting institutions is the Congress way, says Narendra Modi in blog, claims Opposition's desire for power cost nation greatly
In a blog post, Prime Minister Narendra Modi urged people to think wisely before casting their vote. He also attacked the Congress, alleging that the grand old party believed in insulting institutions, including Parliament, judiciary, media and the armed forces, when it was in power.
20 AAP MLAs face disqualification over offices of profit: Sonia Gandhi, Jaya Bachchan faced similar charges
The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) is facing arguably its biggest electoral crisis over the office of profit controversy. However, this is not the first controversy of its kind.
Medical reforms in India, Part-1: NMC Bill awards quantity over quality, fails to address corruption that plagued MCI
The National Medical Commission (NMC) Bill 2017 does not address the corruption that plagued MCI. Are we to believe that non-doctors will be less corrupt than the earlier corrupt MCI mandarins?
The NAC agenda was almost always noble, but when is not the path to hell paved with good intentions? The idealistic, welfare politics destroyed the edifice of India's economy, pulled down the growth numbers and created ample opportunities for corruption in public offices.
the Government of India has released 710 files of the controversial National Advisory Council, The New Indian Express reported on Sunday.
It appeared that Congress party's 'single-power' source has been replaced by a dual power structure and workers were unsure who they should listen to.
The 14th Finance Commission Report decisively shifts economic powers to the states, making them collectively much larger than the centre in terms of financial and political power. The Lutyens power elite cannot fatten itself on Delhi anymore
Many UPA schemes were well-intentioned plans marred by execution in bad faith. From all his utterances it is clear that Modi has identified the trouble area and he is keen on going the extra mile to address it.
The old guard believes the Congress must learn from its freedom-fighter founders, the young see a disconnect between Rahul's promises and action. There is trouble brewing.
Arvind Kejriwal's party is headed down the same road as Sonia Gandhi's NAC - more doles. Even doles supervised by honest people stoke corruption.
Gujarat Chief Minister and BJP's PM candidate Narendra Modi has questioned the 'hurry' behind bring the communal violence bill saying the government should wider consensus with states.
Raje’s remark has provided fresh ammunition to the Congress, which appears to be fighting a losing battle in the state.
Congress President Sonia Gandhi on Thursday reaffirmed her party-led UPA government's commitment towards welfare of the 'aam aadmi' (common man).
The Communal Violence Bill is likely to worsen communal relations because of the slanted way it seeks to define majority and minority. It is also unconstitutional
Rahul can't be blamed, when it is the Prime Minister who has decided to accept all humiliation in the service of the Dynasty and his own perch on the chair.
In a bid to push for a central law on the lines of Maharashtra ordinance against superstition and black magic, associates of activist Narendra Dabholkar, who was the brain behind the measure, today met Rahul Gandhi.
National Food Security Bill: All you need to know. A dummy's guide to the UPA's latest flagship scheme. Includes what analyst companies have to say about the law.
Following is the text of of the letter dated 2 August written by Gandhi as Chairperson, National Advisory Council.
After the exit of Aruna Roy, government has reconstituted the National Advisory Council by inducting renowned sociologist Virginius Xaxa into the 12-member panel chaired by Sonia Gandhi.
Aruna Roy denied having spoken anything about the differences between the Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and the UPA Chairperson Sonia Gandhi and blamed a section of media for twisting her remarks.