MR P V Narasimha Rao is back on the centrestage, waiting for the National Front-Left Front to beg him to form a government. He is seeing the front breaking into factions and is now waiting.
IT is like being freed from lockjaw to be thrown into incessant hiccups. Four days of ceaseless tumult have ushered in a fortnight of tension.
1937 the Congress won the assembly elections in eight of the eleven provinces under the Government of India Act of 1935.
The BJP is decidedly climbing down to enlarge its contact zone with other parties whose support it failed to gather this time.
Delhi has been transformed into a political Disneyland where everybody with a seat in Parliament is riding on a fantasy rollercoaster of power, seeing his best hopes and worst fears come true at the same time.