Should the PM tell his home minister to tone down his rhetoric and allow him to fix the economy on priority?
If Modi’s second tenure has to work, then he has to turn around the economy. That’s why he is believed to have got rid of principal secretary Nripendra Misra.
As the Congress party flails at home, the Modi-Amit Shah duo is consolidating power at home and abroad.
Modi has made clear that India will not venture beyond LoC to take territory, like the Pakistanis, but it will defend its own, no matter the price.
Modi govt wants to promote a pro-women narrative but has made no effort to pass women’s reservation bill in Lok Sabha where it enjoys a brute majority.
Subhash Garg’s replacement Atanu Chakraborty in finance ministry is an old Gujarat hand. Modi and Chakraborty obviously know each other well.
The biggest feather in Modi’s cap these last few days has been International Court of Justice verdict on Kulbhushan Jadhav.
Modi assumed the quiet dignity of his office, which represents 1.3 billion people, and let Trump ramble on and on.
Is the Janata Dal(United)-BJP coalition in Bihar coming in the way of action being taken on controlling the encephalitis epidemic in Muzaffarpur?
The US would like India and Pakistan to talk, if only to return the region to some modicum of stability.