The Narendra Modi effect

Prime Minister Narendra Modi, say all pundits, will get “easily” re-elected. Maybe he will. But even if he does not – as easily or even not at all – he has earned a special place in the history books through the dint of his work, his personality and his breathtaking, almost-anointed, arrival on the world stage. Continue Reading

Rafale: Rahul in trouble as Supreme Court seeks explanation for remarks on Modi

The Supreme Court today accused Congress president Rahul Gandhi for misquoting its judgement on Rafale verdict and has provided a weeks’ time (next Monday) to give an explanation before the cantempt case charged against him will be heard next Tuesday. Continue Reading

2019 general elections: Modi in Theni, promises to create new India

Prime Minister Narendra Modi launched a broadside against the Opposition today, saying the DMK, Congress and their “mahamilavati” friends cannot accept strides India has made and, therefore, were “unhappy” with him. Continue Reading

All is fair in…

Soon after the Supreme Court dismissed the Centre’s ‘preliminary objections’ Wednesday, allowing the admissibility of three documents in the Rafale deal as evidence in re-examining the review petitions filed against its 14 December judgement, Opposition leaders have started describing it as a big blow to the Union government. Continue Reading

Wayanad is not a safe seat for Cong: CPI general secretary

The Left Front would make all efforts to defeat the Congress President Rahul Gandhi in Wayanad, and there was no question of withdrawing its candidate, CPI General Secretary S Sudhakar Reddy said today. Continue Reading

2019 polls: Rahul refused to forge alliance with us, says Kejriwal

Talking to reporters at Visakhapatnam airport here, the AAP leader said he had met Rahul recently and the Congress leader had refused to ‘join hands with the AAP’. Continue Reading

Mission Shakti: Rahul congratulates DRDO, showers sarcasm on Modi

The latest announcement by Prime Minister Modi on ‘Mission Shakti’ may have taken the wind out of the sails of the Congress but it recovered quickly. Congress president Rahul Gandhi spread his sarcasm thick and brought the party into the picture. Continue Reading

Amit Shah attacks Rahul for ‘arrest’ of techies

BJP president Amit Shah today targeted Congress chief Rahul Gandhi over the alleged arrest of some techies in Bengaluru for raising pro-Modi slogans, saying youngsters give direction to the future and he should stop intimidating youth of India, which has rejected your brand of politics. Continue Reading