The article, which is a sharp criticism of Modi's leadership, has been written by Aatish Taseer, who is the son of Indian journalist Tavleen Singh, and late Pakistani politician and businessman Salmaan Taseer.
Congress leader Sam Pitroda on Friday apologised for his 'Hua To Hua" remark on the 1984 anti-Sikh riots, saying it had been “misrepresented” as his Hindi was “not good”, even as the Congress party distanced itself from his remarks.
Addressing an election rally in Jharkhand, BJP chief Amit Shah says the saffron party has given India Narendra Modi as the prime minister, and the security of the country has been strengthened under his rule.
The Congress party will launch its publicity campaign for the upcoming Lok Sabha polls on Sunday which is largely expected to amplify the party's manifesto promises on the minimum income guarantee scheme Nyuntam Aay Yojana (NYAY).
Pitroda, who is credited with having laid the foundation for India's telecommunications and technology revolution of the 1980s, said: "I have tried to study EVMs, whose design is 15-year-old and information about these machines is very sketchy.