Shazia Nigar Delhi
Merely hanging in there for five more years under dynasty rule will not allow the Congress to return to power, as the challenge to the core values of the party is far more serious
Sanjay Kapoor Delhi
In 2009, the Americans openly said they wanted Montek Singh Ahluwalia as finance minister instead of Pranab Mukherjee
Sadiq Naqvi Delhi
In the Congress’ drubbing, there seems to be not even a silver lining, proving to most that the party deserved the defeat for its hubris
Hardnews Bureau Delhi
The defeat of the Congress is not the end of its woes; it’s the party’s persistent sycophancy to its leadership that threatens to unravel its future
Harish Khare Delhi
I ’ve been searching very hard, but I haven’t caught sight of the alleged Modi wave yet. Which is why I still don’t have a clue just who India’s next Prime Minister will be.
For dalits of Semra village, Rahul Gandhi’s visit was like manna from heaven. It forced government officials to fast track development work Pradeep Kapoor Semra (UP)
Not only is she losing her party’s support base, the Brahmins and Dalits too are leaving Mayawati Pradeep Kapoor Lucknow
There’s something about Rahul Gandhi. I don’t raise my eyebrows a teeny bit when I overhear pretty young things giggling and gushing over him.