It is a tradition in Parliament that no matter what the acrimony inside the House, MPs are cordial to each other outside. For instance, earlier this month, Congress MP Anand Sharma prevented the Leader of the Rajya Sabha, Aru
The first major unilateral and highly political decision of Rahul Gandhi after taking over as Congress president was to tweet in support of the Dalit agitation at Bhima Koregaon and charge the BJP-RSS for fascist vision.
When Parliament opened the previous Friday, the Parliament canteen, run by the Railway Ministry, had a brand new menu filled with a whole range of Gujarati items, from fafda and khamand to vatana (pea) samosas, dudhi na muthy
The Income Tax raids on Sasikala and her nephew T T V Dinakaran were aptly named Operation Elephant. The exercise went on for over a week and is considered among the biggest such operations in the tax department’s history.
Many in the BJP wondered whether there lay special significance in the fact that L K Advani, accompanied by his daughter Pratibha and trusted aide Deepak Chopra, was present in Nagpur for RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat’s annual Vi
The BJP is concerned about municipal elections in Uttar Pradesh, due in November. Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has not exactly endeared himself to his own party members, let alone the rest of the electorate.
At the Chennai railway station, you see stacks of books of a popular series titled, How To Learn In 30 Days. The instant expertise offered includes everything under the sun, from cooking, to playing the guitar, speaking Engli
When Parliament passed the anti-defection Bill in 1985, it forgot to include a vital clause, without which the law has been rendered toothless. No time limit was set for the Speaker of an Assembly to decide if a legislator sh
It is generally assumed that Prime Minister Narendra Modi effected the changes in his ministerial team unilaterally. After all, even senior ministers were in the dark about portfolio allocations until they were actually at Ra