As Subramanian Swamy pours venom on RBI Governor Rajan, a baffled corporate India looks on. Will the government brush him aside and allow Rajan to continue? Or will they use this as a chance to bring in a more pliable economist?
With the election victory in the northeastern state of Assam, the BJP has now reached the corners of the country, converting from a Hindi-speaking, cow-belt party.
It was a good samaritan who saved the lives of Indian nurses in strife-torn Libya. Yet the BJP government feels the need to claim credit for the act.
As the Election Commission of India tightens the noose to ensure free and fair elections, the politicians, especially in Tamil Nadu, have found innovative ways to shower the voters with gifts. But, can ‘bribing’ voters ensure victory? Or, does democracy still win?
The ruling BJP government has used an Italian court’s recent ruling to turn attention away from the Indian Supreme Court’s castigating remarks on the imposition of President’s Rule in Uttarakhand. So, the AgustaWestland bribery case is back in the spotlight.