To hide 'super' ambition from the public glare itself is politics and till now he has failed miserably on that front.
Ideally, Sidhu should lie low in the Congress and wait. Age is on his side, but will he be that patient?
To fight such formidable opponents, Rahul does not need Prasada and Scindia but gladiators. Personally, Rahul has to unlearn, he has to erase his memory.
Prime Minister Modi has completed seven years in office. Whether history will judge him harshly or kindly, only the future will tell. As of now, it seems he is facing the toughest challenge of his career.
Earlier, the ideology was the driving force, the RSS leadership was the engine, the moral force of the Sangh Parivar; now, it has been replaced by power politics. And politics is the guiding principle. This is the truth the RSS must contend with.
For the RSS, capturing power is not the ultimate goal, it is to make India a Hindu society. Their target is to raise Hindu consciousness and make every Hindu realise that they are a proud Hindu.
Have Opposition leaders finally realised that a single party can't stop the BJP juggernaut, and to dislodge the BJP, and for their own survival, it is important to come together?
Mamata Banerjee's new efforts to project herself as a Hindu leader will increase the BJP's headache. And if her plastered leg provokes sympathy votes,the BJP could be in bigtrouble.
Will Yogi Adityanath succeed Narendra Modi as the supreme leader of the BJP and of the government? This question may seem premature, but it's certainly doing the rounds in the ruling party, and outside.
What farmers need to do now is get the government to re-engage with them. That can happen only if their numbers at protest sites builds.
One blunder nullifies another blunder and the new blunder creates anew situation. This is how one can describe the present game of cat-and-mouse between the government and farmers.
Arvind Kejriwal, undaunted by his earlier failure at expansion, has announced new plans to expand his Aam Aadmi Party's influence. He has announced that the party will contest the next Uttar Pradesh election in 2022.
An interesting debate has raised its head this week. According to media reports, the anti-BJP camp is debating whether Sonia Gandhi can be replaced by Sharad Pawar as the chairperson of the UPA.
But Tejashwi Yadav, despite the tragic failure, is the Man of the Moment. Till a month ago he was not taken seriously. It was a walkover for the NDA. The arithmetic was simple. In Bihar, whenever two of the three big parties have got together, they have won and formed the government.
The BJP has realised that Nitish is no longer valuable for the party, and it is right time to explore a future without him bogging it down.