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Taxpayer money is being frittered away.
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"I don't feel that he has committed any mistake."
It was heartening to watch Democrat Hillary Clinton and Republican Donald Trump slug it out at their first presidential debate at Hofstra University in New York on 26 September. Irrespective of who sc...
Bridge over troubled waters.
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India's parliamentarians have said things that range from mildly amusing to outright appalling. Here's a look at some truly ridiculous things our politicians have said over the past year. %Slideshow-4...
I won't deny that all this insensitivity business can get a little overwhelming and might not be particularly easy for those who have the disadvantage of an education background hanging around their neck like an albatross (six-day degrees included) or come from decent families. I have only one piece of advice for you. Shed your inhibitions or perish.
There is no glory in being part of the everyday crowd -- the hamsters who can't see beyond the blur of their wheels. Consider a career in Indian politics! It will change your life! After all, one doesn't enter politics to change the lives of others. However, it isn't easy for a newcomer in Indian politics. If you are the son/daughter of a politician, stop reading this article and go back to planning your next holiday. If you aren't, here are a few tips to make it in this promising business.
Google seems to be very confused about the identity of Indian politicians and the offices they occupy. First, it showed Narendra Modi's pictures under 'Top 10 Criminals of the world' alongside notori...
NEW DELHI -- This will certainly displease chief-minister aspirant, Nitish Kumar. While he may be harried devising strategies to blunt Modi's popularity in the run-up to the Bihar polls this month, a...
When Ram Vilas Paswan's son-in-law Anil Kumar Sadhu was denied a ticket in the Bihar elections, the Lok Janshakti Party chief may not have expected the heartbroken leader to go on national television...
It's a special day for all the brothers and sisters in the country. And that includes, our politicians. Prime Minister Narendra Modi took to Twitter today to greet the nation on the occasion. रक्षाबं...
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Seasoned Indian politicians aren't exactly known for chilling. So when one decides to have fun with a popular Queen number it's pretty much a mic drop moment. Mukul Sangma, Chief Minister of Meghalaya...
If a million Indian citizens can give up subsidised LPG cooking fuel connections, then surely a few hundred MPs can give up subsidised cooked food. Government subsidies are meant for those who cannot afford to pay the full price of a service or product. Surely, we MPs can offer to give up this subsidy (or a VVIP privilege if you will) to set right this anomaly.