Opposition parties in the country – the Left, the Right and the rest – are united, for a noble cause we are told, of fighting corruption of Congress. Read more
Shiv Sena has never had it so bad. Except Sharad Pawar, nobody seems to take Sena seriously.
Credit for reducing Sena to irrelevance must go to Rahul Gandhi, whose visit to Mumbai on February 6th transformed the situation. Gandhi’s strong position that Mumbai belongs to all Indians galvanized the Congress-led state government, encouraged his friend Shah Rukh Khan to stand his ground and prompted large sections of the middle class to come out openly against the Sena. Read more
Strange are the ways of the people. There are always explanations for failures and successes in elections, but a lot more remains inexplicable. The results of the three state assembly elections are no different. Read more
Of the three states that vote on October 13th, Maharashtra is the most keenly watched. In Haryana, there isn’t much of a contest and Arunchal Pradesh will not affect the national political scene much. Read more