Reminding an entire generation of voters of the “deprivation” under Congress’ rule, according to BJP, is its biggest challenge.
Elections will be held in the state in two phases from Nov. 12, posing a challenge to three-term Chief Minister Raman Singh.
‘We were not children, didn’t act on a whim’ says Justice Chelameswar on historic press conference
#BQDebates: What should we make of the crises in the RBI, the CBI, and the Supreme Court?
Subramanian Swamy calls charges against CBI Director Alok Verma a joke.
Firecracker makers say the Supreme Court’s ‘green crackers’ will take at least four years.
CBI should not be burdened with investigating their own, says agency’s former Joint Director Shantonu Sen.
The MJ Akbar case will be template for how India deals with #MeToo movement, said experts.
Indian women name and shame sex offenders on social media. Will legal action follow?
Meet three ordinary Indians who have made an extraordinary pledge.
UIDAI head bats for offline use of Aadhaar by private companies
Supreme Court leads the charge for social change with historical judgments
Concerns over starvation deaths persist after historical Aadhaar verdict
After gay sex, the Supreme Court decriminalises adultery. Have politicians left the tough decisions to top court?
Mayawati sets herself up as kingmaker with a snub to Congress alliance.
RSS attempts to enter the mainstream of political discourse with three day conclave
Hear Nambi Narayanan narrate his fight for justice.
Travel in and out of Lower Parel, home to India’s biggest companies in central Mumbai, invariably leads to a gridlock.
Center Vs States: Who can really afford to cut taxes on fuel?
Too early to talk about who will be prime minister, says Trinamool Congress leader Amit Mitra.
West Bengal Finance Minister Amit Mitra blames Modi government for high fuel prices.