Kamlendra Kanwar

Stories By Kamlendra Kanwar

Indian Congress Party President Sonia Gandhi (R) stands with her son Rahul Gandhi in New Delhi

Critical point for Congress to lean into compromise

It is ironic that while the Congress is tottering from the blow of its ignominious showing in the Lok Sabha elections, the grand old part...Read More

Narendra Modi’s admirable personal diplomacy bears fruits

Narendra Modi’s admirable personal diplomacy bears fruits

When Prime Minister Narendra Modi shared the stage with US President Donald Trump at the ‘Howdy Modi!’ extravaganza in Houston before a c...Read More

BJP, Shiv Sena play mind games ahead of Maharashtra Assembly polls

BJP, Shiv Sena play mind games ahead of Maharashtra Assembly polls

Elated over its performance in the recent Lok Sabha elections, the NDA, shepherded by the BJP, is flush with optimism as it approaches el...Read More

A precarious future ahead for ‘foreigners’

A precarious future ahead for ‘foreigners’

It is symptomatic of the malaise of communalism in India that the publication of the final list of the National Register of Citizens (NRC...Read More

Jammu and Kashmir needs intentional, alleviating efforts

Jammu and Kashmir needs intentional, alleviating efforts

They reflect the demeanour of an upstart who knows not the implications of his statements and has had little exposure to politics in a de...Read More

China-Pakistan connection hits Indian interests

China-Pakistan connection hits Indian interests

The deep-rooted nexus between China and Pakistan is a stumbling block for India in its efforts to acquire some degree of dominating influ...Read More

China-Pakistan connection hits Indian interests

China-Pakistan connection hits Indian interests

The manner in which this nexus played out in the UN Security Council recently in protesting over India’s revocation of special status for...Read More

Henchmen keep the Congress saga going

Henchmen keep the Congress saga going

On the surface, it may seem as though the grand old party has no one capable of leading it except a dynast of the Nehru-Gandhi family.

Awaiting the storm before the calm in J&K

Awaiting the storm before the calm in J&K

The special status of Kashmir that was much talked about for all of seven decades vanished into thin air with three clearly articulated s...Read More

Jammu and Kashmir awaits new set of development policies

Jammu and Kashmir awaits new set of development policies

A recent report has revealed that a whopping 82 per cent of the militants killed in Jammu and Kashmir in the first six months of 2019 wer...Read More

Are Pakistan and US relations on the mend?

Are Pakistan and US relations on the mend?

That no senior representative of the US administration received Imran at the airport despite Trump having extended an invitation to Imran.

Sidhu at crossroads due to his indiscretions

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.

Karnataka Chief Minister H D Kumaraswamy

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

Rahul Gandhi, a lawmaker and son of India's ruling Congress party chief Sonia Gandhi, speaks during a news conference in the central Indian city of Bhopal January 19, 2010. Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, 77, is expected to quit before the next election, opening up a succession battle the Gandhi family scion Rahul Gandhi, a 39-year-old reformist, may win. Gandhi, who heads Congress's youth wing, has promised to overhaul the party with young and fresh cadres. REUTERS/Raj Patidar (INDIA - Tags: POLITICS)

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

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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

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