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Coomi Kapoor

Articles By Coomi Kapoor

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Deluxe living: Priyanka Gandhi moves to penthouse apartment that surpasses most global luxury standards

The problem for Vadra is that the complex is so exclusive, the residents will not take kindly to the obtrusive security detail for Vadra, who enjoys Z-plus security.

Vadra may have lost a prized Lutyens address in the heart of Delhi, but her new residence, which she purchased many years back, does have compensations.

Ashok Gehlot has climbed greasy political pole by cutting to size all who stood in his way, writes Coomi Kapoor

Only an opportunistic Digvijaya Singh and a few lesser known MPs have come forward to chant the familiar slogan "Rahul Lao, Congress Bachao".

Inside Track | Is Cabinet reshuffle on the cards by August?

Some believe that only middle-rank portfolios will be switched since the PM wants certain politicians replaced by domain experts and those with technical know-how.

Salve has impressed Prime Minister Modi after his legal victory on Kulbhushan Jadhav at the International Court of Justice.

Inside Track: Why Congress and NCP are unhappy with Uddhav Thackeray

The CM is seldom to be seen at his office or official residence, and is not available on the phone after 11 pm. He clears files only after the Chief Secretary's approval.

Inside Track: India’s belated response to Chinese build-up along the LAC

The excuse cited for a probable delay in summoning Parliament is that the 24 parliamentary standing committees must first meet and submit their reports.

Inside Track: Power equations are changing

When Mishra (PKM) took over from Nripendra Misra as Principal Secretary to the PM, it was assumed that he would automatically wield the most clout in Modi's secretariat.

Inside Track: Why Mamata Banerjee is wary of Prashant Kishor’s alleged BJP links

It is unclear whether Kishor will stay on in the state. Some Trinamool leaders and an advertising agency owner perceive him as a threat.

Prashant Kishor, Mamata Banerjee, TMC, Bengal election, coronavirus

Inside Track: Amid COVID-19 crisis, steps seem afoot to ensure Rahul Gandhi returns as Congress president

The impression was reinforced when Rajnath Singh, and not Shah, was appointed last month to head the 15- member high-power ministerial committee coordinating with states on ensuring movement of essential supplies during the l

Inside Track: Harsh Vardhan emerges as the right man in the right place for COVID-19 crisis

The first alarm bells of a potential health hazard were, in fact, sounded by the Markaz’s immediate Muslim neighbours, who feared for their safety.

The authorities turned a blind eye to the huge congregation at the Markaz in Nizamuddin, Delhi, last month not because of an intelligence failure but to avoid a confrontation with the powerful chief of the Tablighi Jamaat sect.

Inside Track: Even some of Modi’s bitter political critics have appreciated swift measures in COVID19 fight

Even some of Modi’s bitter political critics have appreciated the swift measures he put in place against coronavirus and the economic bailout package.

Inside Track: Scindia Story

The longstanding family feud is not about different political ideologies but over the inheritance of the vast Scindia estate.

Jyotiraditya Scindia, BJP, Vasundhara Raje, Supriya Sule, Rahul Gandhi, Shivraj Singh Chouhan, Raj Thackeray, Meira Kumar

Inside Track | Donald Trump’s India visit and his differences between old-school bureaucrats in Washington

It seems there are differences on US-India policy between the old-school bureaucrats in Washington and the recent Trump appointees, including his own family members.

Post Delhi polls, Prashant Kishor keen to take centrestage

Kishor, who is from Bihar, wants to create a viable opposition political alliance for the Assembly polls later this year.

Prashant Kishor, delhi assembly polls, Lalu Prasad, Nitish Kumar, MK Stalin, Narendra Modi, Arun Jaitley, Rahul Gandhi 

Central hall out? Parliament restructure plan has set alarm bells ringing

Through most of the year, Parliament’s Central Hall is a meeting place for MPs, past and present, and senior journalists to exchange notes over coffee, tea and snacks, between attending sessions in the House.

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Here are some key winners and losers at the end of 2019

Narendra Modi and Amit Shah were riding quite high in January 2019. But the general elections loomed large and the naysayers warned of the unbeatable arithmetic of a Samajwadi Party-BSP combine in Uttar Pradesh and the handic

Maharashtra, Narendra Modi, Amit Shah, Uddhav Thackeray, Amarinder Singh, Ram Janmabhoomi dispute, Rahul Gandhi, bjp

After CAA, BJP plans to embarrass Shiv Sena further — Here’s how

The wordy skirmish arose after the Sena initially assured the Congress it would vote against CAB and then backtracked.

shiv sena, bjp

Inside track: From how Naresh Gujaral did not get postive respose to Sanjay Raut’s political journey

Thanks to the BJP’s hubris, there was no one in the party, except possibly Nitin Gadkari, who could have acted as an intermediary when the Shiv Sena was parting company.

Inside track, Naresh Gujaral, Sanjay Raut, Nitin Gadkari, L K Advani, Thackeray family, Shiv Sena, Pramod Mahajan, Jairam Ramesh, Ajit Pawar

Inside Track: From Maharashtra politics to Rakesh Asthana still in favour

Most intriguing of all was the fact that Amit Shah’s camp seemed uncharacteristically comatose and benevolent about losing the most cash-rich state in India.

Aaditya Thackeray, Shiv Sena chief Uddhav Thackeray and Nationalist Congress Party president Sharad Pawar (Reuters image)

Is NSA Ajit Doval up or down in Modi-2 regime? Read this to know

There are even three deputy NSAs and the building entrance has got a facelift. Most importantly, the rules of business were re-framed this month so that the NSC can generate Cabinet notes and act like a full government depart

At times, when Doval issues instructions to the IB chief or other agency heads, he is informed that they have to first check with Shah. (File photo)

Congress leaders are speaking out of turn, where is discipline panel?

The average age of the committee, chaired by A K Antony is 82. The three-member panel consists of Antony,78, Motilal Vora, 90, and Sushil Kumar Shinde, 78.

Congress party, Salman Khurshid, Shashi Tharoor, Jairam Ramesh, Ashok Tanwar, Sanjay Nirupam, Bhupinder Hooda, Milind Deora, Navjot Singh Sidhu, Digvijaya Singh, Jyotiraditya Scindia and Umang Singhar, Congress Disciplinary Committee, A K Antony, Motilal Vora, Motilal Vora, Mahabalipuram

Howdy, Modi! Why Madison Square mastermind Ram Madhav missed action

On September 12, more than a month after the Bill was passed, the government brought out a three-page corrigendum to correct 52 typos, spellings and grammatical errors in the Act.

PK Mishra — the man who knows what Modi desires

Misra, on the other hand, was unknown to Modi when he joined the PMO in 2014, and was chosen because of his familiarity with the Capital’s power structure, since Modi was new to Delhi.

PK Mishra, Pm Modi, Iceland, Switzerland, Slovenia, Ram Nath Kovind, opinion news

Amit Shah’s new role: He is now in-charge of Jammu and Kashmir

As home minister, he is now in charge of the police force in Jammu and Kashmir.

Amit Shah, Jammu and Kashmir,J P Nadda, Arun Jaitley, Sangeeta Jaitley, Kailash Vijayvargiya, G C Murmu, B S Yediyurappa, karnataka

Arun Jaitley: The politician who won hearts across all divides

From abiding friendships with many fierce rivals in politics to pals and protégés in court and Cabinet, Jaitley won hearts across all divides.

Chidambaram’s arrest: History has shown vendetta politics seldom works

Chidambaram refused to indulge in theatrics or even mention Home Minister Amit Shah’s name. Many see parallels with both Emergency and post-Emergency arrests.

Article 370: What PMO advised and how Amit Shah moved

Abolition of Article 370 was on the government’s agenda, but it was at Amit Shah’s insistence that it was pushed through in the Budget Session itself.

Shah was confident of securing a majority in the Rajya Sabha for the Bill (PTI Photo)

Taxing super-rich was a political decision, Sitharaman may be merely a scapegoat

It is believed that the BJP top leadership pushed for the richest Indians to be taxed higher, even though finance ministry officials fought against the proposal, pointing out that this would send wrong signals to the business

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