To check the status of Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar's relationship with senior partner BJP, take a quick look at three incidents from the four-day assembly session last week.
The barbaric killing of tailor Kanhaiya Lal in Udaipur by two Muslim extremists has shocked the nation. There can be no ifs and buts about this gruesome killing, no rationalization, no defense, no justification.
Will the welcome though belated comments of the Supreme Court on Nupur Sharma and her statement against the Prophet lead, at least now, to the logical step of her arrest? In a scathing indictment, the Bench in an open court said, "The way she has ig
In a week where the BJP scored the prize real estate of Maharashtra, it lost some ground in Bihar.
The Prophet survived Dante's Inferno. But can he survive this assault by Riyaz Akhtari and Gos Mohammad?
The BJP has installed a dummy Chief Minister who can be fully controlled by Fadnavis in Mumbai and remote-controlled by Shah in Delhi.
By making Eknath Shinde, the man who led the rebellion, the Chief Minister, the BJP is intent on ensuring that the Shinde-led faction takes hold of the parent party and finishes off Uddhav Thackeray's attempts to resurrect himself politically.
As the MVA folds up, the biggest loss in this saga is for the Congress. Three Congress MLAs cross-voted in the Legislative Council elections and the party does not have a clue about who they are.
The standing of the Indian government is slipping among the citizens of the world. In private and public comments, the world is asking questions like the following. Is it a crime in today's India to seek justice on behalf of cruelly murdered people?
Around this time 13 years ago, billionaire Mukesh Ambani and his younger brother, Anil, were living in the same Mumbai house with their mother while they were busy fighting each other in Indian courts over their father's empire.
So Devendra Fadnavis has got his way after all. Three years after the humiliation of serving as an 80-hour Chief Minister, the 51-year-old has ensured the ejection of his rival, Uddhav Thackeray.
It seems that India's central bank is no fan of "buy now, pay later." But then, the regulators irritation with this newish fad in consumer finance is wholly understandable.
He attended my wedding six months ago. He was my beloved uncle, my almost-father. He died in Lucknow. How? The family is still asking.
As India recalled the 1975 June day when Indira Gandhi's police hauled dozens of Opposition politicians and journalists to jail, in a stark reminder, on the same day, India again saw state power bearing down on an individual citizen.