'Demonising Narendra Modi wrong': Jairam Ramesh, Abhishek Singhvi’s warning indicates Nehru-Gandhi family’s grip on Congress is loosening
A section of leaders in Congress seems to be slowly coming to a conclusion that the Nehru-Gandhi family's anti-Narendra Modi stance might be inimical to the party’s survival
Suspense prevails over Congress presidency as Rahul Gandhi skips topic on birthday; lack of clarity affecting morale, say party workers
In his first meeting with party workers after Congress' defeat in the Lok Sabha elections on his birthday, Rahul Gandhi left them under a cloud of suspense over the status of his presidency
Narendra Modi's LS speech criticises opponents without rhetoric, histrionics; Rahul Gandhi may take note
Narendra Modi’s final Lok Sabha address as 14th Prime Minister of India saw a liberal dose of irony, metaphor and other figures of speech as he recounted the NDA government’s achievements and mocked his opponents without appearing to do so
Makers of The Accidental Prime Minister complicit in BJP's design to disparage Singh, demonise Gandhis
Given the BJP’s record of stalling the release of films it considers inimical to its interest, The Accidental Prime Minister becomes an eloquent example of essentially illiberal forces exploiting the liberal ethos to spin propaganda
Nothing succeeds like failure in the Congress party. Rahul Gandhi may finally become what he destined to be, the Congress party president.
The opportunity in Gujarat and Karnataka is waiting on the wings. If the Congress cannot cash in on it this time, it must be ready to be consigned to history.
Any attempts at questioning the fiendish strategy has so far been resisted as 'blasphemous'. Rishi Kapoor's tweets may serve as the straw that finally broke the camel's back.
It would be immoral and opportunistic of us to be ashamed of an Akbar Road, get embarrassed by an Aurangabad and simultaneously feel proud of the Taj Mahal
Jayanthi Natarajan's allegations against Rahul Gandhi will be believed for the simple reason that the latter has proven himself a failure in politics even while wanting to remote-control events. The dynasty is no longer producing competent leaders. It is time for it to bow out.
The ghost of Nehru might be a little rueful. Had his great-grandson managed to lead the Congress to victory in the elections this month, tomorrow might have seen a very different kind of commemoration of Nehru’s death anniversary. Instead it is Modi who will have his tryst with destiny as the first Indian prime minister born after Independence.
The air of irreverence about Vishwas actually helps matters. Language and gestures of his kind bring down the level of awe with which people view their leaders.
Vishwas has challenged Rahul Gandhi to en electoral duel and has called upon the people of Amethi to cast off the yoke of dynastic rule and vote the Congress out
Protestors said they will oppose Kumar Vishwas for his comments on Islam and on a Muharram procession.
The high-profile constituency, represented by Rajiv Gandhi and Sonia Gandhi in the past, has turned a hub of political activity ever since Kumar Vishwas announced his intention to hold a rally in the town.
Vishwas has emerged as one of the key strategists of AAP, having been instrumental in mobilising the support of youth before the Delhi elections.
The rally, AAP's first after the Delhi elections, will be held on January 12.
In his latest book Gandhi Before India, Ramachandra Guha chronicles the early life of Mahatma Gandhi. The book focusses on the years Gandhi spent in London and South Africa and how they shaped his ideology and philosophy. Here's an interview with him.