The results, rather than weakening the PM within the BJP, is going to increase dependence on him.
The Pakistani deep state has come to believe that the situation is ripe to open a ‘second front’ in Punjab.
PDP appeared most vulnerable to a split, while National Conference and Congress were keen on early elections.
Put simply, this is about whether Prime Minister Narendra Modi has Delhi under control or not.
In the next few months, PM Modi will have to address the problem of internal contradictions.
It’s important to assess the political relevance and utility of the Ram mandir issue, especially three decades after a former prime minister dug it out to revive his sagging political fortunes.
Some Washington lobbyists are pitching an even-handed application of the Countering America’s Adversaries Through Sanctions Act (CAATSA). Sanctions were imposed on Chinese entities only last month for the S-400 deal. So how can US President Donald Trump make an exception for exactly the same ‘offence’ even if he has the authority to grant a waiver?
A number of reforms are taking place under the Governor's rule which could change the way the state has been governed.
The CVC has initiated the preliminary exercise of examining facts of the allegations made.
CBI seized email exchanges with PMO, finance ministry, civil aviation ministry and petroleum ministry.
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