Gogoi junior will have to learn pretty fast because there is no time to admire the problem or savour the learning curve. Either way, he deserves marks for trying
So far, Chandy has maintained a distance from the Congress High Command. But as party general secretary, he will be pushed into the hurly-burly of Delhi politics
Why doesn't any govt dismantle the 'grey' powers of state Governors and the President?
Bhaichung Bhutia's Hamro Sikkim has opened up a third front against the CM in Sikkim even as the Sikkim Krantikari Morcha keeps snipping at its vote base
Why does everyone in government in that country want to sit in the opposition?
Come mid-May, HD Deve Gowda is hoping he will once again play the role that he has essayed to a fine art
No one wants to accept their mistakes. Where are the statesmen when you need them?
Programmes launched by Nidan (founded 1995) have brought together more than 500,000 workers from the informal sector to date
A foundation that is providing the tribal women in Gujarat vocational training to help them come out of making illicit liquor and attain self-respect
The first Sinhala-Muslim riot was reported in 1915, largely because of land issues
But whatever it is, it will be a fresh element in the politics of the state
India has frozen Maldives out after reminding it of its India First commitment
Shiv Sena's early warning to the BJP is a beacon for the NCP in Maharashtra's choppy political waters
A new website helps women know about their legal rights, and brings to one place, all the schemes that the state has put in place for problems faced by women. Whether it works is still to be tested
But for a real test, it would be interesting to see how Yogi Adityanath is received in the state