After making tall election promises on corruption, the only hope for Narendra Modi to come out of the Sushma-Vasundhara morass is to succeed in delivering on development pledges.
Technology seems Modi’s mantra for India, as God was for Gandhi and science for Nehru.
People expect too much of their politicians. They wish them to be clean, moral, ethical, honest, upright, truthful and saintly, if not saints.
Party leaders feel that what they need most at this juncture is the awe, aura and authority of the Nehru-Gandhi family rather than experience.
Food, drinking water, education, healthcare and sanitation are issues that governments and officials say cannot be solved in haste, but this has not prevented them from glossing over other challenges, answers to which are within reach.
...And other funny tales about graft.
Rajiv Gandhi wanted to be far more forthright, even contrite, on his mother's Emergency regime than Sonia Gandhi has been in the latest official history of the Indian National Congress.
UP religious building las is same as an act introduced by Arjun in MP.
The only difference between the two Acts is that whereas the MP one provides for a maximum fine of Rs. 500 and a maximum jail term of three months.
Every time there's talk of reviewing the VVIP and VIP security cover, all the beneficiaries become panicky and begin pulling strings to somehow retain their cover.