About Pankaj Vohra

If he hadn’t become a journalist, Pankaj Vohra could have been anything from a cop to a politician or even a musician, cartoonist or a sportsman. He has strong views on a number of subjects, which often rub people the wrong way because he does not conceal his real feelings while writing. Being a thorough bred Delhiite, he has tremendous love for the city he was born in and has seen its metamorphosis over the years. Pankaj Vohra is at present the Political Editor of Hindustan Times and has worked in all the three top newspapers of this country-The TOI, The Hindu and HT. He loves to travel but his heart is always in his favorite city- Delhi.

The poorly attended Congress rally in the Dakshinpuri area of South Delhi last Sunday (November 17) clearly indicates that the party is not fully prepared to face the Delhi polls on December 4. [Read more]

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The feud between BJP’s prime ministerial nominee Narendra Modi and Bihar chief minister Nitish Kumar is getting bitter by the day and there seems to be no evidence that the two leaders are going to refrain from making personal comments against each other in the future too. [Read more]

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If the latest AC Nielsen/ABP survey on Delhi Assembly elections is to be believed, it is evident that the Congress is slowly slipping from its position of strength to around 20 odd seats. The BJP too has come down as per the poll projections if one compares the numbers to the earlier opinion poll done by the same TV Channel sometime ago. [Read more]

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Politics has often made strange bedfellows and it has also created circumstances, which have compelled political parties to take decisions, which they would have normally not taken in haste. [Read more]

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Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi has come out as the victor after his party’s core committee and the Union cabinet bowed down to his wishes and recommended that the controversial ordinance be withdrawn. However, the UPA allies are seemingly unhappy with the developments and have decided to back the Prime Minister while expressing concern how a single individual could force the government to review the considered decision of the Union cabinet. In the larger interests, the cabinet has withdrawn the ordinance and decided to kill the Bill that is pending in Parliament. [Read more]

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