Over nine years of good governance, exemplary law and order and record growth, Nitish Kumar pulled Bihar back from the brink.
Hooda knows the pulse of modern Haryana.
There is a reason why even as the AGP is declining, and the BJP is moving into its space, it isn’t credibly challenging the Congress.
A new willingness to go out into India and compete rather than stay back and sulk is the most significant writing on the Assamese wall today.
That’s Imran Khan. Out to slay the ‘circus ke sher’ (of Nawaz Sharif),solve Pakistan’s problems: thrash the thieves,get a driving licence,shoot down the drones,spook the West into giving you a visa. All you need is his bat,the magic wand that’s,curiously,cast a spell
18-hour power cuts have switched off most voters from India or Kashmir. Benazir gone,Zardari is a pale shadow,their angry son exiled to TV land. Nawaz Sharif senses power but beyond his tired tigers and a stuffed menagerie,he also has a headache called Imran Khan
And the CPM can’t understand why – while Mamata says she is ready to deliver