Raja has been publicly contradicted by the finance ministry and the TRAI and faces a PIL in the Delhi High Court. He must come clean on what motivated him to deprive the government of Rs 51,000 crore
The unprecedented sops given by Modi to lure the Tata Nano project to Gujarat have met with stiff opposition from local politicians and rival business groups.
Union agriculture minister and NCP chief Sharad Pawar spoke to Neerja Chowdhury on a host of issues ranging from the Marathi-North Indian divide which triggered off violence in Maharashtra to his party’s pre-poll parleys with the Congress. Pawar expressed his disappointment with Bihar’s politicians, defended the culture of tolerance of Mumbai and Maharashtra, criticized the BJP as “unpatriotic” for questioning the investigations that are being conducted into the actions of Hindu fundamentalists by the ATS, and gave a hint that he is under pressure from his party to contest for the 2009 Lok Sabha from a constituency other than Baramati.
Will Barack Obama’s policies be good for India? After the euphoria over his winning the US Presidential poll, some questions
Now that it is clear that terrorism has no religion, the saffron party is going through painful contortions. But why haven’t the Congress and other like-minded parties inculcated the secular ideal among the forces?
A BJP campaign without Madan Lal Khurana and a 25-cornered contest in Sheila Dikshit’s constituency make the Delhi poll a minefield of uncertainties
As a fast-rising tide of poverty overtakes the state, anti-incumbency is bound to be a strong factor when the voter reaches the ballot box