Profile of Prarthna Gahilote
A yorker is launched from a Murdoch newspaper. It swings crazily and strikes two unlikely targets: Vasundhararaje and Sushma Swaraj.
The country’s financial capital loses out to PM’s Gandhinagar brainchild
In May 2014, the Indian voter bought into the dream Modi had woven skillfully for them. A year on, Outlook goes back to them, in 11 cities, to gauge if they still feel the same.
Streetcraft gets Ashok Chavan a second round
The Sangh parivar is not convinced that Smriti knows their education roadmap well
"Demoralised and confused," is how a senior pracharak described the popular sentiment in the cadre.
A tribute to senior journalist Diptosh Majumdar, who died recently.
The BJP patches up with the Badals with an eye on Sikh votes in Delhi
Minority affairs minister 2.5/10
Moscow, every step of your way, is straight out of a fairy tale—even if you restrict yourself to Red Square, or ‘Zero Miles’, as locals call it.
Be it arranging NRI hurrahs or a smooth BJP-Sangh interface, the PM’s go-to man is the RSS’s Ram Madhav. Where does he go from here?
After Patel and Gandhi, the BJP moves in to appropriate glue the that holds the Congress party: Nehru and Indira
Nitin Gadkari’s mis-steps aside, he’s still the go-to interface for Modi and the RSS
How the mobile phone, through SMSs, Twitter, WhatsApp and other applications, was the most important tool to connect to the voters in Election 2014
Buzz of cabinet expansion after Oct 19
Deja vu as Modi gets the BJP juggernaut rolling. The disarray in rival camps may help him.
The regional parties aren’t about to let Modi make off with Mumbai to Gujarat
The former Maharashtra CM on the break-up of the alliance and the prospects of his party in the forthcoming election
Modinomics is on a collision course with the RSS’s economic beliefs
After purging the trinity, Modi now looks at absolute party control
His arrogance and open defiance of Modi during the campaign costs Varun dearly
A smart city in fallow marshland? Dholera may sink in the mud.
How the NaMo election campaign harnessed its legion of volunteers
Inexperienced himself and hemmed in by his father’s coterie, Akhilesh is failing UP
After brief bluster, Sangh leaders tone down the rhetoric