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Mar 22, 2019
Gautam Gambhir joins BJP: Outspoken cricketer latest entrant in a long list of sportspersons who entered politicsFormer cricket Gautam Gambhir joined the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Friday saying that he was 'influenced' by Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s 'vision for the country'.
Mar 06, 2019
22% Indians believe differing political views harm society, 64% think social media makes issues divisive: BBC-Ipsos studyA new global study by Ipsos for the 'BBC Crossing Divides' finds that people are split over whether differences in political opinions in their country are healthy or dangerous for society. The survey was carried out online among 19,782 adults under 65 across 27 countries from 26 November to 7 December, 2018.
Feb 12, 2018
EC files affidavit in Supreme Court asking for power to de-register political parties, ensure inner party democracyIn an affidavit filed on Saturday, the Election Commission of India (EC) implored the Supreme Court to empower the electoral body to be able to de-register political parties
Oct 27, 2017
Rahul Gandhi is falling in love with politics: Is Congress VP getting better at game once played by Narendra Modi?For the first time in his life, Rahul Gandhi is having fun. He is smiling, laughing, cracking jokes, coining acronyms and firing double taps at the most famous chest in Indian politics.
Jul 21, 2017
First Lady: Nupur Sharma throws light on leaving her cushy job to enter big, bad world of politicsLondon 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.
Apr 16, 2017
When Crime Pays is Milan Vaishnav's unflinching look at criminality in Indian politicsMilan Vaishnav’s book 'When Crime Pays' studies the rise of criminals in India’s political circles, their sustenance and worrying popularity, and how (if at all) this crime-politics nexus can be defeated
Apr 15, 2017
Congress is not a lost cause yet: Junking archaic ideas, embracing progressive approach will make it a potent forceHaving failed to delineate a cogent and credible line on secularism, the Congress will have to articulate a new position to find its way back into political reckoning.
Oct 27, 2016
Whose religion is it, anyway? Supreme Court reserves verdict on poll law provision on corrupt practiceSC reserved its verdict on the "width and scope" of an electoral law provision dealing with issue whether seeking votes on the ground of "religion, race, caste, community or language", amounted to "corrupt practice".
Oct 25, 2016
Why PM Narendra Modi's speech on triple talaq was Nehruvian in scope, zeal and importanceThe debate over triple talaq is so conflated with hard ideological, religious and political positions that it is very easy to miss the woods for trees.
Sep 02, 2016
Rahul versus RSS: Will Congress be able to snatch away 'nationalism' card from BJP?Try as he or his party might, that impression was further reinforced, not dispelled, by Rahul's latest shenanigans in court on the issue of whether RSS is indeed responsible for killing Mahatma Gandhi.