Lalit Shastri is an Indian journalist, editor, environmentalist and a wildlife film maker
It’s advantage Modi and the BJP at this stage as Congress refuses to come on the same page with the government of India on the crucial issue of terrorism and national security.
When it is time for the nation to remain united to face the enemy, the Congress party and other opposition parties are working overtime and throwing posers about the outcome of the February 26…
Prime Minister Modi has continued to handle the problem with an iron fist.
It defies imagination that Navjot Singh Sidhu and Mamata Banerjee could take such a stand when the country is under attack.
A lot of confusion has been created among the masses by the Congress party and the Mahagathbandhan (grand alliance of opposition parties) about Rafale.
The CBI charges against the Kolkata Police chief, in connection with the Saradha Chit fund cases, are very serious.
Before the elections, the Congress, through the sop of "minimum income guarantee", has tried to address that section of the Indian population which is suffering the most due to joblessness and…
The self-proclaimed cyber expert deserves to be hauled up for what he has blurted out is obviously motivated towards undermining India's democracy and its robust electoral system
Instead of allowing the police to handle the matter as a law and order issue, opposition parties are playing with fire as they have failed to denounce those who raised anti-India slogans and…
Prime Minister Modi's move to go for 10 per cent reservation for the economically weaker sections cutting across religious lines in government jobs and educational institutions is being described…
BJP asserts that the banning of the song 'Vande Mataram' by the Congress government in Madhya Pradesh is like treason and an insult to the nation
BJP's Rath Yatra is aimed at building public opinion against illegal immigrants from Bangladesh. BJP views it as a serious issue and the main reason leading to distress among Bengal's youth.
During electioneering, the Madhya Pradesh party chieftains had sunk their differences to give a united fight to the BJP
Anti-incumbency, unemployment, long-term impact of demonetisation, drawbacks in GST and poor governance are also factors that have cost the BJP dear.
Politicians belonging to the two major claimants for power in Madhya Pradesh – BJP and Congress – are feeling the shivers down their spine, with December 11, the day for counting of votes, just…