Seize The Day Before Regime Change Mess
Things could spiral out of control if the RBI governor waits for the election cycle
Where’s The Party, The Leader, The Fight?
The country’s oldest political party. A painful generational change. And a fierce electoral battle. Can Rahul Gandhi pull together a Congress party that is clearly in disarray?
‘We’ve Made Mistakes. But There Are Two Things I Will Always Be: Secular And Socialist’
UP Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav speaks to Shoma Chaudhury. With Virendra Nath Bhatt
Amit Shah’s Elevation Signals Modi’s National Clout
But can the former Gujarat home minister lead a resurgence of the BJP in Uttar Pradesh, asks Rana Ayyub
Four Long, Tiresome Years
On its fourth anniversary, the UPA-2 will hope the worst is behind them and the best is yet to come. Ashhar Khan reports
The Modi Card And The Muslim Ace
Indian Muslims are disenchanted with the Congress. But with Narendra Modi pitched as the BJP’s prime ministerial candidate, they are pulling out all stops to block him, reports Ajit Sahi
[Exclusive] ‘Muslims Must Stop Treating The BJP As Their Enemy No. 1’
Q&A Rajnath Singh, 61, President, BJP
Setting The House In Order
The Congress is taking a long, hard look at its prospects in 2014