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Last Updated Tuesday May 23 2017 08:21 PM IST

Playing the Trump card right

An assessment by the external affairs ministry is that no unfavorable policy decision against India has been taken during the first 100 days of the president.

The fault in Kejriwal’s stars

Kejriwal should focus on making the AAP significant by ensuring that the party is not cut away from the doctrines established at the time of its inception.

Muzzling the voices of dissent

Amit Shah has taken the election to the largest state as a personal challenge, and has spent the last one year on different regions of the state.

Of Modi, Trump and India-US ties

A meeting between Trump and Modi will be of great significance for India as the country has both high hopes and deep fears regarding the policies of Trump.

Fiddling with the rupee

The BJP has defended Modi's foreign trip saying he had made all arrangements to deal with the aftermath of demonetization, and had told banks to work on weekends.

Kashmir unrest may trigger Vohra's exit

Jammu and Kashmir Governor N N Vohra was all set for a quiet retirement in 2013 when the then Prime Minister Manmohan Singh asked him to continue for another term.

The unbearable silence of the PM

Narendra Modi may get the nickname of mouni baba that he conferred to Manmohan Singh, thanks to the prime minister's silence on sensitive issues.

When fortune smiles at 75

The rule of 75 years age limit for ministerial appointments brought contrasting fortunes to two women who are relatives of veterans of the Congress party.

Modi and the Rajan effect

The buzz in the capital is all about whether the PM will offer a second term for the high-profile RBI governor.

The campaign trail

The BJP headquarters in Delhi is seeing less activity and even comparatively less tension, once the polling got over in Assam.

Reform hopes, rollback of sops

Jaitley who is pushing hard for the success of the government's new pension scheme at the cost of PF had to beat a hasty retreat.

Wary Modi to don campaign gear again

Simultaneous Assembly and Lok Sabha polls is one way to get rid of the constant invites for poll campaigning, but political parties are not keen on this.

JNU stand-off and its poll aftermath

Weeks after the stormy events in Jawaharlal Nehru University, which led to a police crackdown and sedition charges against student union leader Kanhaiah Kumar and others, political parties are debating the wider impact the issue had on citizens and voters. The perceptions of Modi government, the