- Jan04By Sandrine Rastello, Bloomberg
Prime minister Narendra Modi came to power in 2014 with a promise: “Less government, more governance.” When it comes to the economy, it turns out India can’t afford less government just yet.
India is expected to be the world’s fastest-growing economy over the coming decade, by posting an annual growth rate of 7 per cent. Young Indians hope that this growth will transform their bare landscape of minimalist survival into a wonderland of jobs, wealth and choices.
Politics it was once eloquently explained is the art of the possible. If two arch rivals and sworn enemies like Nitish Kumar and Lalu Yadav in Bihar
- Oct12By PTI
As voting started in Bihar Prime Minister Narendra Modi today urged voters to exercise their franchise in large numbers.
He particularly exhorted the young voters to cast their votes
- Aug13By Reuters
Prime minister Narendra Modi's reform agenda suffered a major blow on Thursday when lawmakers ended the monsoon parliament session without approving a tax reform bill aimed at boosting economic growth.
- Jul19By PTI
The monsoon session of Parliament beginning Tuesday is set to be stormy as Congress and several other Opposition parties appeared to be closing ranks to corner the government on a
- May26By PTI
NDA government is "visible" and pro-active unlike the previous regime, BJP Chief Amit Shah today said, affirming that its one year rule has brought the country out of policy paralysis,
- May22By PTI
AIADMK supremo J Jayalalithaa was today invited to form government by Tamil Nadu Governor K Rosaiah following the resignation of her trusted lieutenant O Panneerselvam as Chief Minister, paving the
AIADMK supremo J Jayalalithaa was today unanimously elected its Legislature Party Leader, paving the way for her return as a chief minister of Tamil Nadu for the fourth time.
- Mar10By PTI
The widening internal rift in the AAP today again came to the fore with the party top brass launching a scathing attack on Shanti Bhushan, Prashant Bhushan and Yogendra Yadav,