Lalit Shastri is an Indian journalist, editor, environmentalist and a wildlife film maker
Rahul Gandhi was flogging a dead horse when he raised the Rafale issue.
The image of the state government has started declining and what's added velocity to this fall is the crushing defeat the Congress party has suffered in the just-concluded Lok Sabha elections.
It is a move that has nothing to do with channelising resources for building a robust economic infrastructure, improving education and skill development, creating jobs
The quota system in its present form is causing reverse social discrimination
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.
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…
In the Madhya Pradesh Assembly election, while the BJP is not leaving a single stone unturned to return to power for the fourth time in a row, the Congress also is using every tactic to turn the…
Leaders from both sides – BJP and Congress – are following the no-holds-barred approach when it comes to lashing out at each other.
Bharatiya Janata Party and Congress are fighting their own battles during the final lap of electioneering before polling on November 28. Their immediate crisis is linked to the rebel factor.
Sapaks Party is projecting itself as a third force in MP's electoral politics. Its claim notwithstanding, the Samajwadi Party, and Bahujan Samaj Party are also in the fray.
While the BJP is desperately trying to plug the possibility of a backlash from a large number of rebel candidates, the warring camps in the Congress party are making it difficult for the party…
The ruling Bharatiya Janata Party is confronted with double anti-incumbency in Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh, whereas the major opposition Congress has been left alone in the two central Indian…