Congress-NCP ‘stars’ aren’t making a big mark in Maharashtra.
Years after the ‘Kashmiriyat’ talks, the NIA grills Hurriyat
Raj Thackeray’s aggressive stance against Modi is aimed at a windfall in the assembly polls
Ex-PM Deve Gowda is burning the trail in new seat Tumkur
In an interview to Outlook, Sam Pitroda explains why he returned to India, what, in his opinion, led to the fall of the UPA in 2014 and why the BJP must be voted out.
Kerala’s IUML, known to be moderate, finds itself on the recieving end of fake news and BJP rhetoric
Andhra Pradesh CM Chandrababu Naidu has promised many sops to the voters and other last-minute doles that allegedly cost the state exchequer over Rs 200 crores.
The Congress in Tamil Nadu looks to benefit from a solid alliance, just like it did before in past polls
Congress’s gamble of fielding Rahul Gandhi from the Kerala constituency may not shore up the party’s fortunes in south India except Tamil Nadu
Misuse of central agencies? Barbs fly as taxmen raid Kamal Nath’s associates.
The ban on civilian traffic on the Jammu-Srinagar highway widens the Centre-Kashmir rift
Assam’s worst hooch tragedy orphans 45 children
Thousands travel great distances to vote as there is no other way to exercise this right
The Taaras coalition is changing women’s lives by giving voice to the most marginalised
If politics is in our blood, the slogan is the pulse. Its rhythms aren’t partisan: they create a community of words.