When somebody suggested to hand over charge of the Punjab province to Khar. Pat came the reply: Handing over is fine, but who'll reclaim it from him?
Chairperson of the Public Grievances Commission speaks of the Delhi Right to Information Act, 2001 and the role of the commission in an exclusive interview.
Indian politics requires a Third Front but such an alliance may not be possible right now, says the new general secretary of the CPI-M.
If the Surat Convention says anything it is this: that Pawar is trying to forge a larger alliance of the non-saffron parties and hoping to emerge as the leader.
Sceptics spoke incessantly when he took over as the Congress' first J&K CM in 30 years. But Azad has shown promise in the 60 days that he has been in power.
The months ahead will bring one of the toughest challenges for J&K Chief Minister ? ensuring that the quake victims make it through the long, harsh winter.
Ever since the Congress decided to enforce the power sharing agreement with the PDP, Ghulam Nabi Azad is a much sought after man.
Gender inequality also means enormous economic costs, says UN's Shamika N Sirimanne, in an exclusive interview with Kumkum Chadha
Ingrid Srinath, CEO of Child Rights and You (CRY), in an interview with Supriya Mishra
discusses the entire gamut of issues pertaining to child abuse and rights violation.
Britain-based climatologist Doug Smith talks to Satyen Mohapatra.
Congress in-charge for Jharkhand Ajay Maken tells Akshay Kumar in an exclusive interview about the reasons behind the party’s tough stand.
You can’t second-guess VS Naipaul, says his biographer Patrick French in a candid chat with Praveen Donthi.
DU Vice-Chancellor Prof Deepak Pental admits that the time has again come to revise most undergraduate courses. Swaha Sahoo finds out more from the VC.
In an exclusive interview with HT, AB Bardhan said, “It is a bitter parting of ways with the Congress,” and “Manmohan Singh precipitated the situation,” and interrupted what would otherwise have been a friendly exit.
Japan?s Foreign Minister Taro Aso is one of two politicians tipped to succeed Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi when he retires. A Liberal Democratic Party stalwart, Aso was in New Delhi on an official visit on Wednesday. He spoke to Manoj Joshi.