'Darbar politics', PV Narsimha Rao nixed Sharad Pawar's chances of becoming PM in 1990s, writes Praful Patel
Commenting on Patel's article, Shiv Sena's Rajya Sabha MP Sanjay Raut said that less meritorious people feared Pawar who turned 80 on Saturday, and ensured the NCP chief 'did not rise to the top'
Excuse of upper caste poverty may not help Modi govt get away with 10% quota if it's legally challenged
The Supreme Court has ground to quash the 10 percent quota law it if it is challenged before it as there has been no mention of any inadequate representation of poorer sections of the society.
While many of the claims made about Subhas Chandra Bose's death have been proved wrong, his remains are yet to reach Indian soil | #FirstCulture
As Nagaland goes to poll, voters hope for peaceful resolution of decades-old insurgency, respite from illegal taxes
For people in Nagaland, the upcoming Assembly election is likely to be about voting a stable government to power to facilitate peace talks on the Naga political issue
Budget 2018: Middle class may be angry with Modi but Rahul Gandhi forgets Manmohan era Sensex crashes
If Sensex crashes are to be seen as ‘no-confidence’ motions then Manmohan Singh should have resigned five times over in 2008 alone.
Rahul takes over from Sonia Gandhi: Recalling the legacy of a strong-willed woman who transformed Congress
The 20 years of Sonia Gandhi as Congress party president saw one of the most interesting periods in India's history
As Sonia turns 70 on Friday and prepares to hand the baton to Rahul, will the son measure up to his mother who battled all odds to reach where she did?
What was surprising — and worrying — about the busting of the Islamic State module in Hyderabad by the National Investigation Agency (NIA) on 29 June was the kind of chemicals recovered from them.
Much before a flurry of exit polls predicted a big win for the BJP-led alliance in Assam, the Congress appeared to have had thrown in the towel.