Bhardwaj has written a book on India’s first prime minister Jawaharlal Nehru, titled Nehru: Gazing at Tomorrow.
As a writer, Sardar brings lightness and humour to thorny issues.
BJP spokesperson M.J. Akbar has lauded “the roadmap for economic development and promotion of moral values among the people prepared by PM”.
Akhtar-Ul-Wasey, former director of Zakir Husain Institute of Islamic Studies spoke to Seema Chishti.
The Constitution accords as much primacy to linguistic minorities as it does to religious minorities.
Rajiv Satav, Youth Congress president and MP, hits back against attacks on ‘the family’
On Friday morning, prominent historians from all over India and academics threw their weight behind Rezavi.
Jung however, said he “could not comment” on the Congress and BJP’s statements that it was upto him to call fresh elections.
Najeeb Jung describes his role and challenges as Delhi’s L-G to Seema Chishti.
In 1984, the last time a single party secured a majority in Lok Sabha, the Congress had 415 MPs.
In her letter to Gadkari, Raje said that some issues in the Act need a rethink.
Who is the South Asian Muslim? This book has some fascinating answers
Author says ‘perverse and illogical’ to assume work wants to cause trouble between communities
Natgrid: CEO Raghu Raman sounded out by UPA for 2-year extension, NDA says sorry; grid making little progress.
Writer Megha Kumar contests Orient’s claim of its decision being a “pre-release” move, noting that the book has been on sale since April 15.
In the past 25 years, whether because of coalition compulsions or the need to appear representative of India’s diversity, Cabinets have been swelling.
The polity appeared to have adjusted to coalition governments which, in V P Singh’s famous words, mirrored the fact that “India was a coalition”.
In Bihar, Shahnawaz Husain, the only sitting Muslim MP the BJP has had since the mid-1990s, lost from Bhagalpur.
What hobbled the YSRCP was the 12.1 per cent votes won by the Congress, eating into its share.
Why it will be necessary to watch Andhra Pradesh on May 16.
Union Minister for Tribal Affairs and Panchayati Raj V Kishore Chandra Deo, is recontesting from Arakku (ST) in Andhra Pradesh.
The Vizianagaram royals have been MPs three times from here, apart from Sir Vizzy, who was in Parliament for two years.
Naidu has swallowed a lot of pride to try and present the competent and stable coalition that Seemandhra needs.
“I was a 100 per cent housewife, and still have no intention to be an MLA and MP," says Y S Vijayalakshmi.
Union HRD Minister M Pallam Raju, looking to win Kakinada for a fourth time, faces an aggressive YSR Congress campaign and a resurgent TDP-BJP combine.
Pallam Raju up against former Cong minister and Jagan candidate who campaigns in YSR name.
They feel their vote doesn’t count as BJP tries to consolidate the Hindu vote.
There are three lakh Muslim voters in Varanasi and the widespread perception is that Muslims will vote for Arvind Kenriwal to defeat Modi.
A polemic and a comic add to the unquestioning cult of Narendra Modi
It was the first election the Congress contested with its present symbol, the open palm.
It was the year of political change. It has set the template for 2014
That re-election,though within the same calendar year,yielded surprising results.
Arvind Kejriwal did not hesitate to focus on his own projection as the leader people began to trust.
Year after he announced the formation of a political party,Arvind Kejriwal has stunned the nation.
When Mandela was elected South Africas first President,he appointed six Indians as ministers.
What the so called semi-final elections portend for 2014.