Delhi Confidential

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Delhi Confidential: Mamata no show

Ahead of the Lok Sabha elections earlier this year, Mamata had made it a point to come for the wedding of one of Bukhari’s sons.

Delhi Confidential: An invite too late

The national committee for overseeing the commemoration of the birth anniversary was set up when Singh was the Prime Minister.


Delhi Confidential: Batting for MEA

Conspicious by her absence during the swearing-in ceremony Sunday, HRD Minister Smriti Irani will attend a high-profile public event Tuesday.

Delhi Confidential: Jazz Buff

Soli Sorabjee might be 84 now, but his love for jazz doesn’t let him stay away from good music.

Delhi confidential: Walkers’ club

With Jaitley slowly getting back to his daily routine after a second visit to the hospital, his friends have started coming to his 2, Krishna Menon Marg residence.

Delhi confidential: Under fire

People have mostly sided with the central government and are sarcastically asking her to let ISIS and al-Qaeda set up base in Bengal.

Delhi confidential: Back at the bar

After remaining missing from the corridors of the S C for more than two months, Gopal Subramanium made a comeback on Wednesday.

Delhi confidential: Lavish praise

Former Supreme Court judge said that Naveen appeared to be one CM whose popularity surged with every assembly election.

Delhi confidential: Air priority

The broadcast of PM Narendra Modi’s maiden radio broadcast — Mann Ki Baat — was not limited to the 15-minute airtime.

Delhi Confidential: Impromptu Act

Congress may have received a battering in the recent elections but Sonia Gandhi does not seem to have lost her political flourish.


Delhi confidential: On the defensive

Central leadership of BJP has tried to distance itself from the decision to let Yadav share stage with Shah.


Delhi confidential: Code in the way

Javadekar apparently was quite keen on participating in Railways’ cleanliness drive at stations in his constituency.

Delhi confidential: squatter’s rights

Ajit Singh is still holding on to a place in Lutyen’s Delhi.

Delhi Confidential: Guessing game

Sadananda Gowda has invited all his Cabinet colleagues to railway stations of their choice to participate in a voluntary cleaning drive on October 2.


Delhi Underground: A sewak for Delhi

The AAP leadership is being increasingly bothered with questions of party leaders parting ways.