27 Feb 2015
Dehradun: Noting that the new rail budget makes no provision either for survey of new tracks nor any announcement of new trains for Uttarakhand, Chief Minister Harish Rawat said it has disappointed him not just as CM but also personally.
26 Feb 2015
New Delhi: Senior Congress leader Digvijay Singh dismissed speculation that Rahul Gandhi could "run away" from politics and maintained that he is made of "sterner staff" and will return to lead the party.
25 Feb 2015
New Delhi: Amidst the hullabaloo over the 'sabbatical' of Rahul Gandhi ahead of the key Budget Session of Parliament, a Congress leader on Wednesday claimed that contrary to popular perception that the Gandhi scion is enjoying holidays in Bangkok, the Congress vice president is camping in Uttarakhand.
24 Feb 2015
New Delhi: Nine months after he resigned following Janata Dal-United's massive defeat in the 2014 general elections, Nitish Kumar, known as the 'Chanakya' of Bihar politics, on Sunday returned as the Chief Minister of the state for the record fourth time.
19 Feb 2015
New Delhi: Often compared with Anil Kapoor's role in Nayak, the political journey of Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal is the ideal recipe for a Bollywood pot-boiler.
20 Feb 2015
London: Out of his comfort zone, and being quizzed on football politics at Wembley Stadium rather than playing there, Luis Figo made his pitch to run the world game on Thursday.
20 Feb 2015
Dehradun: Uttarakhand Chief Minister Harish Rawat has asked the administration of all the 13 districts of the state to take effective steps for the disposal of land related disputes.
18 Feb 2015
Kolkata: Congress, weakened by regular desertions to ruling TMC and a resurgent BJP eating up the opposition space, is fast waning into a non-entity in Bengal politics leading to a chorus from within the party for an organisational revamp.
16 Feb 2015
New Delhi: In her first detailed response after BJP's humiliating defeat in the Delhi Assembly polls, Kiran Bedi on Monday said that she "failed" the test of electoral politics" despite giving it all her energy and experience.
14 Feb 2015
New Delhi: With the AAP making it clear that it will pursue allegations of corruption against ex-Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit, Congress on Saturday warned it that "politics of revenge" always backfires.