Subramanian Swamy

Treading with Caution

Jayanta Ghosal

Mamata Banerjee, usually a small eater, is not happy with the diet and the 5 kg she has gained by being confined to the wheelchair


The GST, the abbreviated names of the politicians and the release of Roxna Swamy’s book


Anger over Modi's reshuffle, allegations by Subramanian Swamy's wife and the Norway trips of the Gandhis

From Court to House

As national parties increasingly find themselves fighting legal battles, influential lawyers walk away with Rajya Sabha nominations

Disgruntled and Dangerous

They were once the flag bearers of saffron power. Denied rewards in the form of positions in the Government or special notes of appreciation from the Prime Minister, these worthies today spell more trouble than comfort for the NDA regime

‘Too Terrible a Judgment’

The trial court may have dismissed his plea to make Home Minister P Chidambaram a co-accused with A Raja, but the ever-controversial Subramanian Swamy, the man whose plea led the Supreme Court to cancel 122 2G licences, tells Mihir Srivastava that he is by no means done with the case


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