Kamlendra Kanwar

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Sidhu at crossroads due to his indiscretions

Those who had the gumption to challenge the ‘family’ were shown the door and even the likes of Sharad Pawar and Arjun Singh.

People of Karnataka being taken for a ride by its representatives

People of Karnataka being taken for a ride by its representatives

With the decimation of the Congress party in most states, one would have expected the Congress-Janata Dal (Secular) coalition in Karnatak...Read More

Acceptance of Indian perspective is a victory for PM Narendra Modi

Acceptance of Indian perspective is a victory for PM Narendra Modi

Sceptics and Modi-baiters were in his initial months in prime ministerial office mocking at his frequent foreign trips, making those out ...Read More

Little challenge for PM Modi in UP and Bengal

Little challenge for PM Modi in UP and Bengal

So bitter was the association between BSP supremo Mayawati and the Yadavs — Samajwadi Party (SP) founder Mulayam and to a lesser extent s...Read More

Battle of survival for Congress with whatever it is left with

Battle of survival for Congress with whatever it is left with

It is ironic that the Opposition in Parliament which was all fire and brimstone before the last general elections, indiscriminately chall...Read More

Breaking alliance with BJP can undermine JD (U)

Breaking alliance with BJP can undermine JD (U)

After having fought the Lok Sabha elections in alliance with the BJP in Bihar and won 16 of the 24 seats it contested, the chief minister...Read More

Congress needs new dynamic leadership to come back

Congress needs new dynamic leadership to come back

The electoral battle between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Congress president Rahul Gandhi was virtually won by the former the day the...Read More

PM Modi could feel pulse of people, Opposition clueless

PM Modi could feel pulse of people, Opposition clueless

As the dust settles down on the just-concluded Lok Sabha elections, the first instinct of the Opposition, if the results go the BJP’s way...Read More

US-China trade war taking toll on global stock markets

US-China trade war taking toll on global stock markets

It is a measure of the tremendous power that the American presidency wields, that the world has seen decisions of wide ramifications in t...Read More

China stages tactical retreat on debt traps

China stages tactical retreat on debt traps

The Chinese are crafty operators. Having seen how countries are questioning the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) as a sinister means of sad...Read More

Terror lesson from Sri Lanka: Cover your flanks well

Terror lesson from Sri Lanka: Cover your flanks well

Sri Lanka’s multi-racial character has come under challenge yet again with blasts targeted at Christians after three decades of turmoil a...Read More

EC wields stick but it was a little too late

EC wields stick but it was a little too late

It is just as well that the Election Commission has started cracking the whip on those, who, by their intemperate statements, are queerin...Read More

The coming of age of party manifestoes

The coming of age of party manifestoes

Party manifestoes were treated with disdain until recently, essentially looked upon as a matter of record that was not to be taken too se...Read More

Wayanad may catapult Rahul Gandhi into Lok Sabha

Wayanad may catapult Rahul Gandhi into Lok Sabha

Congress president Rahul Gandhi’s decision to contest the Lok Sabha seat from Wayanad in Kerala in addition to the Amethi seat in Uttar P...Read More

Lok Sabha polls: BJP has little to gloat about in South

Lok Sabha polls: BJP has little to gloat about in South

When the BJP first assumed power in Karnataka from 2008-13 (barring a weeklong stint in November 2007) it was deemed to be the precursor ...Read More

The wicked game of China, Pakistan for Balochistan

The wicked game of China, Pakistan for Balochistan

China’s stalling of a UN declaration at India’s instance, listing Jaish-e-Mohammed (JeM) chief Masood Azhar as a global terrorist is deep...Read More

Narendra Modi has a penchant for risk-taking, daredevilry

Narendra Modi has a penchant for risk-taking, daredevilry

With the chances of BJP’s return to power through the Lok Sabha elections brightening in the wake of the successful retaliation against t...Read More

National honour and foreign policy gains

National honour and foreign policy gains

The Congress is apparently afflicted by poor strategising which tends to convert inherent advantages into liabilities as they brace thems...Read More

War or no war, Pakistan is no match for India

War or no war, Pakistan is no match for India

The strafing of terror launch pads across the Indo-Pakistan line of control in Balakot, Chakothi and Muzaffarabad sectors in Pakistan in ...Read More

BJP is regaining lost allies but still has long way to go

BJP is regaining lost allies but still has long way to go

Even as the Opposition momentum is waning with the seeming defiance of the CBI by Kolkata police commissioner Rajeev Kumar ending in a wh...Read More

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