Will a ploy that failed in Uttar Pradesh yield success for the Congress in Bihar?
His differences with Anna are public, but he and his cohorts can gather no support on their own
The CPM and CPI need to leave doctrines aside and face practical realities
CPM general secretary Prakash Karat’s hold on his party is getting feebler by the day. His peace overtures at the recent Central Committee meeting in Hyderabad notwithstanding
His indefinite fast is to begin on the same day as Anna Hazare’s convention
Prashant Bhushan, one of the chief architects of the Jan Lokpal Bill, speaks to Open in its defence
Why leave out Chidambaram’s initial advice to the PM in favour of a spectrum auction and his ministry’s shift in stance five months later?
The Government plans to announce a Rs 3,000 crore package for the handloom industry in the Budget
Gujarat cops are on the hunt for a reporter who unearthed a mass grave
The few Radia tapes that have emerged shed light on how the media and government are influenced. The ones that remain with the Centre reveal disturbing flows of money.
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