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An election, which seemed like a comfortable walk along the lovely Sabarmati riverfront for the BJP, is going down to the wire.
Human rights form the very nucleus of democracy and the raison d'etre of the modern sovereign nation-state.
[Book extract] Trinamool Rajya Sabha MP raises some difficult questions from the front row in Parliament.
The industrial segment is not out of the woods yet, and improvement in manufacturing growth was largely the result of a re-stocking exercise.
We have demonised the money of the poor - cash - while glorifying that of the rich - card and Paytm.
Vikas is missing since 2014, but there's love to be found in a flash mob.
The latest rating agency to assess India would like to see results of the reforms coming in before a rating revision.
The plan is to encourage the use of debit and credit cards.
The move will end up becoming another burden on the public as the government has limited sources of raising money.
While the advertisement featuring Modi claims India's poor are getting better jobs, data shows the picture is grim.