Agarwal contended that in the entire media interaction, the four judges did not say a word on the judge Loya death case
Joining the bandwagon opposing the Ministry of External Affairs decision to introduce ‘Orange’ passport to migrant workers, Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan on Monday lashed out at the Centre and said such move will create an embarrassing situation for a vast section of people.
Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi was elected on Monday, unopposed to the post of the party president, marking a generational change within the party.
The UP local body election results will be announced on December 1 and they promise to change the narrative in the run-up to 2019
The upcoming elections to the Gujarat legislature promise to either change the narrative or cement it, but even the smallest change can prove deleterious for the BJP which is relying on its deep-rooted party mechanism
Editorial: March 2017
Hardnews Bureau Delhi
On January 11 this year, a Supreme Court bench of Justices Arun Mishra and Amitava Roy dismissed the public interest litigation by Common Cause that demanded the constitution of a Special Investigating Team (SIT) to look into what is now known as ‘Birla-Sahara papers’. These papers contain an assorted set of spreadsheets, emails, diaries and notebooks that provide detailed accounts of the payments made to people holding public offices. This is perhaps the first case in which allegations of kickbacks have been made against Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
Like Nero who played the lyre while Rome burnt, Rahul Gandhi is blissfully oblivious to the torpor and rot that have gripped the Congress
Sanjay Kapoor Delhi
Conversations from ground zero of the Uttar Pradesh assembly elections reveal a startling truth, the Congress party may have been on the downslide for some time now but any attempt to dismiss it completely would be imprudent
Abeer Kapoor Delhi
While there is widespread consensus that the young Samajwadi Party chief has salvaged his image by distancing himself from the old guard, the opinion regarding his five-year rule remains as divided as ever
Abeer Kapoor Delhi