The most vocal BJP leaders in the opposition have suddenly fallen silent. Thanks to them becoming ministers and a new reality — one way communication through social media — donning them. Read more
This summer’s election presents two distinct scenarios. A BJP government either led by Narendra Modi or some other leader. Or, a non-BJP government backed by the Congress. The third option of the UPA returning to power at this point of time seems almost impossible. Read more
Three leaders looking for reckoning at the national stage — Gujarat chief minister Narendra Modi, Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi and Aam Aadmi Party leader Arvind Kejriwal — have the Indian voters in a dilemma. Read more
The UPA government’s bid to use the Food Security Law to create positive impact for Congress in the forthcoming general elections may not happen.
Two distinct behaviours of Indian politicians – joining hands to prevent cricket bodies and parties becoming answerable under RTI and then fighting hammer and tongs to stall Parliament – in the last few months shows why people’s faith in our leaders is fading. Read more
BJP’s new poll mascot Narendra Modi selling Gujarat’s growth model for India looks fine in diatribe. In reality, it is not equitable and is tilted in favour of rich than aam aadmi (common man). Read more
Gujarat chief minister Narendra Modi and Prime Minister Manmohan Singh are political opponents but their growth models are strikingly similar. Read more