Modi has been called out several times for following abusive Twitter handles, most recently after the murder of Gauri Lankesh, but he doesn’t seem to care.
The status of cases against the likes of Vijay Mallya, arms dealer Sanjay Bhandari and former IPL chief Lalit Modi is the same as theirs – lost in transit.
Narendra Modi has learnt never to engage with his opponents; he sets the agenda and a hapless opposition and media try to keep up.
In any sane democracy, the death of over 60 children in a few days would have been a career-ending event. Not here.
The BJP may have inherited from the Congress the misuse of investigative agencies for political purposes but it is now taking the tradition forward.
In the push ahead from a ‘Congress-mukt Bharat’ to an opposition-free India, the AAP in Delhi is proving to be an easy target for the BJP.
The party today is a pale, forlorn shadow of its once vibrant self.
Now that promises of progress and development haven’t played out as they hoped, the BJP’s top duo are turning back to communal polarisation.
The political reality of women in India pretty much mirrors the actual reality.
In an explosive interview, the former BJP leader Arun Shourie hits out at Prime Minister Narendra Modi