Posts Tagged Indian Prime Minister
The results of the recently held assembly elections to 5 states – UP, Uttarakhand, Punjab, Manipur & Goa – have come today. The results are going to determine the direction of politics in India in the next few years, particularly the election of the President of India due in coming July and parliamentary polls 2019. As the title of my book highlights, it is more important that Narendra Modi has successfully changed the direction of the political wind in India.
Too much is being written about the “image” of Dr. Manmohan Singh, outgoing prime minister of India, after the launch of Sanjaya Baru’s book “An Accidental Prime Minister”. TV shows and newspaper editorials are ruing the dent to the image of Dr. Singh, especially comparing as they saw it in 2009 and now in May […]
Mr. William Hague, Foreign Secretary of the U.K. has informed the House of Commons on 4 February, 2014 that the British military’s role in the 1984 operation blue star was “limited” and “purely advisory”. He has also given partial details of the letters written by the then Prime Minister Indira Gandhi and the British Prime […]