Profile of R.K. Misra
The whole business of prohibition in Gujarat is a big charade. It is soggy wet so those who want to drink, get enough of it but for a price.
How the first Vijay Rupani led BJP government show of strength against the Patidar Anamat Andolan Samiti came a cropper...
It is not the Congress or the Aam Aadmi Party holding the narrative but three youth leaders who have moulded this possibility
How reservation and Dalit outrage against atrocities affect comings and goings in the state’s ruling party
Speculation had been rife for that she may be replaced and these embers were being fanned by the Amit Shah camp.
A brutal public beating of Dalits by gau rakshaks in Una sets off protests across Gujarat—the BJP feels the heat
Parshottam Rupala, who makes it to the Union council of ministers, is a hardcore partyman
The DGP’s transfer to a sinecure in Delhi reeks of motives narrowly political
The Bill which has provision for death penalty and fine of Rs 10 lakhs empowers phone intercepts and it's admissibility as evidence in courts.
With Modi away, disparate forces—within and without the BJP—gain traction
?Surprise, surprise, the Modi government in Gujarat sought to give primacy to politics over corruption when it best suited it?...?
'Mine is work on the ground, not pushing files.'
Results of the local body elections in Gujarat reflect the growing urban-rural disconnect and the state government's mishandling of agrarian issue and Patidars.
Hardik's Bihar forays could just be one blow too many in a poll fight on which Modi's prestige is on the line.
The Patidar quota stir may yet spin off in dangerous directions
The BJP government is beginning to show acute signs of fatigue…
A stir for OBC status for Patels gathers steam in the CM’s—and PM’s—district
Hindu hardliners have for long been pressing for a signal step that forcefully puts forth the commitment of a Sangh-supervised government.
Voices in Ahmedabad discuss how Modi, despite posturing himself as a democrat, is not fond of dissent.
CM Anandiben Patel, Amit Shah jockey for position
In many ways, the BJP-led Modi government is trying to emulating Modi's projects in Gujarat at a national level. But is this formula fool-proof?
Celebrities can raise stakes to sell suits but a feather-light fabric often betrays a deadly design.
Make-or-break local government elections are exposing the rot within the state.
The Pravasi Bhartiya Diwas held in Gandhinagar was a disappointing show for the 5,000-odd NRIs who attended.
Was it very long ago that our three honourable worthies—Narendra Modi, Arun Jaitley and Amit Shah—were mouthing from Gujarat what’s today ‘Mamataspeak’ from West Bengal?.