19 Jul 2016
New Delhi: There is a perception in India that parents’ professional legacy is carried forward by sons only. If the legacy is in politics, it’s for sure that daughters are least likely to get involved. In this regard, however many daughters have not only put themselves in their parents’ shoes but also held the legacy with sense of responsibility.
20 Jul 2016
New Delhi: BJP today lined up its Dalit leaders to mount a strong defence of the party and its government in Gujarat after the Opposition accused it of being anti-Dalit following the attack on some community members in that state over skinning of a dead cow.
21 Jul 2016
Srinagar: As an uneasy calm prevailed in violence-hit Kashmir, an All Party Meeting today called for a national initiative to address problems confronting the state and an "inclusive engagement of all the stakeholders" to carry forward peace and reconciliation process.
10 Jul 2016
Bengaluru: Laying emphasis on strengthening the federal set up of the country, Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh today said political leaders should not only play politics to form government, but also build the nation.
13 Jul 2016
New Delhi: Supreme Court has observed that the Governor's decision to advance Arunachal Pradesh Assembly session by a month was violative of the Constitution and is liable to be quashed.
29 May 2016
Lucknow: A war of words has broken out among political parties in Uttar Pradesh after BJP national president Amit Shah said he saw "Samajwadi Party as the main challenger" to his party in the Assembly polls slated for next year.
14 May 2016
New Delhi: Aam Aadmi Party today claimed an RTI its leaders had filed to seek degree details of Prime Minister Narendra Modi has been returned by Delhi University citing technical reasons.
13 Jul 2016
New Delhi: Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi today targeted Prime Minister Narendra Modi over the Supreme Court verdict on Arunachal Pradesh, saying it explains to him what democracy is.
01 Jul 2016
Mumbai: Clearly inspired from the riots that happened in Muzaffarnagar three years back, ‘Shorgul’ attempts to talk about the brewing religious tension in smaller towns and how the politicians make the most of Hindu-Muslim divide.
30 Jun 2016
New Delhi: Robert Vadra today dismissed allegations of fraudulent land deals against him, saying they were false and that he will "always be used for political gains".