At a time when rising prices of fuel has helped opposition leaders, including Congress president Rahul Gandhi, launch vicious verbal attacks on Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Kumaraswamy-led Karnataka government on Thursday bl
Keeping its Budget promise of ensuring 1.5 times MSP for crops to farmers, the Narendra Modi government at the Centre is all set to announce the highest-ever single-year raise in the minimum support price (MSP).
Unlike 2014, when Prime Minister Narendra Modi chose the land of 'moksha' - Varanasi - to put himself in the race for the country's most important post, the PM has this time zeroed-in on Maghar in eastern Uttar Pradesh
It is always easy for political parties to express solidarity against a common enemy. But when it comes to elections, they are driven by self-interests of their leaders and the cadre as no one wants to compromise with their a
Four years of Modi government: When Narendra Modi stormed to power in 2014, no one would have imagined that Congress would tragically march to a situation when it would be forced to play second fiddle to regional parties for
Karnataka political thriller is finally over with BS Yeddyurappa announcing his decision to resign on Saturday after realising the BJP cannot get adequate numbers to prove majority on the Floor of Karnataka Assembly.
Karnataka election 2018: Past experiences suggest statements by netas are merely for public consumption, not for deciding the final outcome of the polls or the stated position of parties on several issues.
Karnataka election 2018: Chief minister Siddaramaiah is putting up a brave face, trying to outsmart the twin challenge from the JD(S) and the BJP, and claiming a Congress sweep even as opinion polls predict a hung Assembly.
karnataka election 2018: Modi referred to Gandhi as "Naamdaar (dynast)" and himself and the BJP as "Kaamdaar" while attacking the Congress' criticism of the government's claim that all Census villages of India have been elect
Karnataka elections 2018: Compared to the 2013 Assembly elections, where the BJP could win only 40 assembly seats, the surveys show the saffron party is likely to finish very close to the Congress tally.
Karnataka opinion poll: With not many days left for Karnataka polls, the BJP needs to dent some of the popularity of Siddaramaiah. And only credible face the saffron party can bank upon at this point in time is Prime Minister