While driving the Congress party to dust, Rahul is leading by example on how not to lead it.
West Bengal will see 'Parivartan' as Mamata Banerjee has wished for, BJP going to form next govt in state: Amit Shah tells CNN-News18
This is not for the first time when Shah has claimed to form the government in Bengal in 2021.
People of this country don't take Congress seriously, won't fall for their claims: Amit Shah tells CNN-News18
The home minister said Gandhi is roaming around with his scheme of putting Rs 7,500 in every back account since before the general election last year.
Coronavirus Outbreak: Mamata Banerjee displays little cooperation even as Opposition unites to stand behind Centre
Why is there a need for West Bengal to hide actual figures when some of the worst affected states — Maharashtra, Delhi and Kerala — and even others, are transparent about it?
Madhya Pradesh crisis: Disgruntled ministers, MLAs accuse Kamal Nath of ignoring them; CM doles out freebies to prevent further resignations
In a desperate move to contain the growing frustration within the government and party, Nath has appointed some of the Congress leaders to state commissions and in the Pradesh Congress Committee.
As Amit Shah latches on to 'refugees vs infiltrators' plank to oust TMC in West Bengal, state braces for vicious poll battle
The West Bengal Assembly election is over a year away, but it promises to be a keenly-fought battle between the TMC and BJP.
On TMC turf, local issues threaten BJP's prospects in West Bengal civic polls; party’s ‘goli maaro’ sentiment will hurt it politically
Whether a poor showing in the municipal elections will augur a comfortable return to power for the Trinamool Congress is a matter of speculation.
While the Congress claims there is a precedence of inviting the Opposition party chief to such occasions, it is difficult to find one.
Key takeaways from Delhi polls: Voters give decisive mandate, concerns on 'winnability' of women candidates unfounded
The hotly-contested Delhi Assembly election resulted in a humiliating defeat for the BJP and delivered a decisive win to the AAP.
Mohan Bhagwat's appeal to India's youth to imbibe Gandhian principles indicates RSS success in distancing Congress from the Mahatma
The move to embrace Gandhian principles by Hindutva-based organisations got a real fillip when Prime Minister Narendra Modi started majorly invoking Mahatma Gandhi in his governance policies, the flagship being the Swachh Bharat Abhiyan.
Did Delhi election results redefine communalism, secularism or is it a simple case of Kejriwal regaining power for his great work?
How should one assess Kejriwal’s smashing victory in political terms? There are no clear answers.
Delhi Assembly election 2020: AAP's Mohalla Clinics made primary healthcare free, but with just 158 locations covered govt way behind target
The success of AAP's Mohalla Clinics in Delhi has brought its own set of problems, one being that the clinics probably never anticipated nor were designed to cater to a large number of patients
If perceptions indeed win elections, then AAP has certainly made a strong case among voters with its intentions and delivery of good governance at least in part
Delhi Election 2020: Despite Narendra Modi push, BJP failed to make hay from regularisation of colonies; here's why
BJP kick-started its political campaign for Delhi Assembly election in December with the regularisation of the illegal colonies, but by the third week of January BJP campaigners ditched the issue
In twin strike in Parliament, Narendra Modi busts moral justification behind anti-CAA protests, reveals it as de facto political project
The meticulous research by the prime minister into history was an attempt to show, primarily, that it is the Congress and Opposition that has deviated from the secular tradition.
Delhi polls: EC sends Yogi Adityanath show-cause notice over claim Arvind Kejriwal orchestrating Shaheen Bagh sit-in, 'feeding biryani' to protesters
The Election Commission has issued a show-cause notice to Uttar Pradesh chief minister Yogi Adityanath over his claim that Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal organised the Shaheen Bagh sit-in and is "feeding biryani" to anti-Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) protesters
Ram Mandir Trust: Kejriwal may recite Hanuman Chalisa, Rahul may visit temples; Narendra Modi remains torchbearer of Hindutva
Prime Minister Modi is seen as the embodiment of that potent socio-cultural force that made possible the upcoming construction of a grand temple on the very site which Hindus believe was the birthplace of Lord Ram.
Delhi polls about deliverability, not ideologies; polarising voters in response to AAP's development-centric pitch may not work for BJP
Brand Arvind Kejriwal has established direct and firm contact with Delhi voters' necessities and made the practice of politics a lot more ordinary; today, he appeals to even those voters who see no alternative to Narendra Modi’s prime ministership
From anarchist to 'everyman's CM', Delhi election sees a mature Arvind Kejriwal focussed on development, governance
Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal began his tenure as an aggressive and confrontational chief minister, but has now mellowed and matured into a politician whose electoral plank is his work and governance