The other day, minister of state Jairam Ramesh made an observation that if there were a Nobel Prize for filth and squalor, India would win it hands down. The statement attracted a lot of media attention and even reactions with a number of opposition leaders gunning for Jairam who has penchant for shooting his mouth on issues often unrelated to his charge in the government. Read more

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Nitin Gadkari has emerged as the most likely person to replace Rajnath Singh as the next BJP president. His name started doing the rounds soon after the RSS Sarsangchalak Mohan Bhagwat had indicated it to Arnab Goswami in a Times Now talk show that none of the four prominent second generation leaders — Sushma Swaraj, Venkaih Naidu, Anant Kumar and Arun Jaitley — were likely to be succeed Rajnath. Read more

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Manu Sharma alias Siddhartha Vashisht convicted by the Delhi High Court for the murder of model Jessica Lal more than ten years ago has claimed that the media is biased against him. In a letter to his mother, he said that he was cutting short his parole and returning to Tihar jail as he thought that his staying near her would even harm her interests. Read more

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Open lobbying has begun in favour of Kiran Bedi, the country’s first woman IPS officer for the position of the Chief Information Commissioner. Actor Aamir Khan, activists– Anna Hazare, Arvind Kejriwal and Sandeep Pande and media baron Subhash Chandra have all come out openly in her support in letters to both Prime Minister and UPA Chairperson strongly recommending her case. Read more

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The happenings in Karnataka where a legitimately elected chief minister is being sought to be replaced by someone else from his own party at the behest of money bags is a reflection of the power tussle within the Saffron Brigade. Read more

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