Online rape threats, abuse and vicious attacks: The price that Indian women in politics pay for being opinionated
As the country hopes for a more gender-balanced political participation, the vitriolic hate spewed against women politicians becomes a major deterrent.
London School of Economics graduate and lawyer Nupur Sharma talks to author Meghna Pant about why she left a high-paying job to enter the big, bad world of politics exclusively on First Lady.
Delhi BJP spokesperson Nupur Sharma came under fire for allegedly passing off a picture of the 2002 Gujarat riots as that of the violence in Basirhat.
It is challenging to be a woman in a male-dominated industry like IT, says Sharma.
Though making headlines is common for politicians during elections season, things got quite dramatic in Delhi as polling day got closer. The last few weeks were marked by everything out of a saas-bahu soap — allegations, blame games, changing allegiances, tears et al. Here are 5 dramatic moments
An estimated 67 percent turnout was recorded on Saturday in the crucial Delhi assembly polls where BJP and AAP were locked in a battle royale.
From Arvind Kejriwal to Rahul Gandhi, politicians from all major parties came out to cast their votes in the Delhi polls.
Unlike Kejriwal, Sharma has also met with people living in the servant quarters in the swanky bungalows in the New Delhi Municipal Council area
Here's what should you know about Nupur Sharma, who will take on Kejriwal for the New Delhi constituency.
Political leaders from across parties rushed to file their nominations on the last day for the Delhi election. Here are the images.
The BJP on Monday fielded a young party member Nupur Sharma to take on Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leader Arvind Kejriwal in New Delhi seat in Delhi assembly polls.
After senior Delhi BJP leaders including Vijay Jolly and V K Malhotra refused to contest against chief minister Sheila Dikshit and AAP chief Arvind Kejriwal from New Delhi constituency, one of the younger faces in the party is slated to take up the task