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Congress veteran and former Karnataka Chief Minister S M Krishna, who had quit the party in Jaunary, today formally joined
The Maharashtra assembly speaker today suspended 19 Opposition MLAs from the Assembly for 9 months for ruckus during Budge
Will Finance Minister Arun Jaitley fall ill tomorrow?
This was an intriguing question posed by senior Congress lead
Opposition Congress today pressed for expeditiously taking up of its substantive motion on the conduct of the Governors of
Claiming that there was no delay in electing the Congress Legislature Party leader, Digvijaya Singh today accused Goa Gove
Mounting attack on AICC general secretary Digvijaya Singh, who is under fire for the "blunder" which blew the Congress' ch
Facing flak for his handling of the Goa polls, AICC General Secretary Digvijaya Singh today said his proposal for a pre-po
Congress MLA Vishwajit Rane today resigned as member of the Goa Legislative Assembly and also quit the party after absenti
The Congress today alleged that Goa Governor Mridula Sinha did not invite it to form government in the state despite the p
The issue of government formation in Goa and Manipur is set to rock the Lok Sabha with the Congress deciding to move an ad
Pratap Bhanu Mehta in the Indian Express:
If you were looking for unexpected insight into the troubles of the BJP, you need look no further than L.K. Advani’s response to the spirited, and on-the-mark, attack on him by Manmohan Singh. His response was a mendacious distinction to the effect that while his attacks on Singh were not personal, Singh’s attacks on him were. But more significant was his claim that he was “hurt”. In using this one little word, Advani unconsciously revealed more about himself and his party: both thrive on a constant play on the theme of victimhood.
'Hurt', 'victimhood', 'politics of resentment', 'no high ideals, only grudges to nurse', 'politics of hate', 'discourse of "justified" revenge'... short, succint phrases that sum up the party with a difference:
..all that remains of the BJP is a long sulk, one that will haunt it even when it is in power. A party whose leader is so quickly “hurt” is a party with no foundations.