Sharad Yadav, President, Janata Dal (U) and nine-time parliamentarian, speaks to Hardnews about the grand alliance in Bihar
Sadiq Naqvi Delhi
A youth without the academic ability to secure even qualifying marks ignites Gujarat over the issue of reservation for a community that is anything but backward
Vijay Sanghvi Delhi
Hardik Patel’s agitation is a result of the damage done to the state by crony capitalism
Himanshu Upadhyaya Bengaluru
Why is Gujarat’s most affluent community, that of the Patels, agitating?
Anand Teltumbde Delhi
Although the agitation has been capped for now, maybe due to the Bihar elections, it may well rage again and contribute in the reordering of national politics
Sanjay Kapoor Delhi
For the BJP and PM Narendra Modi the Bihar elections is the biggest test post its spectacular win in the Lok Sabha elections in 2014
Sadiq Naqvi Delhi
Monetary policy exclusively focused on fighting inflation, in the contemporary Indian context, is likely to attain limited success and instead might even further squeeze growth potential
Atul Sood & Santosh Das Delhi
It’s now painfully clear: the BJP and AAP firmly believe that pouring tax-payers’ money into advertising and PR is the best way to govern the country, states, Union Territories, et cetera. I don’t know about you, but I flinch when I discover that crores of rupees are wasted on the silliest of ads and unnecessary PR initiatives. Since we cannot dissuade both these parties from engaging in this battle to win our fickle hearts and minds, how about we recommend a few ways they can cut costs?
I have giggled a lot this month, thanks to the NDA government. Here’s why:
Asanas for Asses:
Corruption charges that recently hit senior ministers of the BJP government have had most of us rolling on the floor with mirth. Particularly when External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj claimed that she helped Lalit Modi on humanitarian grounds. Hello, the BJP is not known to be remotely sympathetic to human beings—they’re more cowitarian than humanitarian. And Lalit Modi is not a holy cow, is he?