Elitism has worked in Indian politics. This was the British policy of keeping a safe distance from masses and making looks everything grand in order to create awe. Many of the Indian politicians have used this tactic to hide their incompetence or lack of public dealing skills. Some, like Mayawati,
By poll on two Lok Sabha seat in a BJP governed state like Rajasthan may not be seen as important enough for national headlines but results of these by polls will have the potential to decide political future of two well known figures in desert state, namely – Chief Minister
Mewar has been a place of reverence for India for its tales of valor and sacrifice from Rana Sanga to Maharana Pratap. Till the rise of Hindutva in the country, Maharana of Mewar used to head the Vishva Hindu Parishad also as descendents of Mewar family were regarded as ‘Hindu
Luck of Vasundhara Raje, the second term Chief Minister of Rajasthan, is going for a full swing as it is now certain that her survival depend upon Narendra Modi. After three day Jaipur visit by BJP Chief Amit Shah, it was being believed in political circles that Vasundhara Raje has
Who will be leading congress in 2018 state assembly election in Rajasthan? This will be decided by Ajmer parliamentary by-polls at the end of this year. Ajmer will be not only an acid test for PCC chief Sachin Pilot but also his last chance to stay in race as face
Despite not being fully convinced to hand over investigation of Vadra land deals to CBI, Vasundhara Raje has bowed to pressure from Delhi. Her only political gain from the move is a distant possibility of her béte noire Ashok Gehlot being embroiled in the mudslinging.
Party insiders in Congress feel that
Tipu Sultan, Maharana Pratap and Aurangzeb are surveying the vast open valleys hugging the mountain ranges of eastern Ladakh, ready to counter any threat from China, which lies just across the border. If you are wondering how the three rulers, separated by hundreds of years, have come together, Kunwar Rajeshwari
Can you imagine, Indian Army using Chinese weaponry. Kunwar Rajeshwar Singh Karki brings you a curious case where Indian Army has used not one but two weapons manufactured in China.
The Type 56 which is a copy of the AK-47 and AKM manufactured by Norinco of the People's
In an emphatic expression of love and gratefulness to the Indian Army, a group of highly motivated and patriotic six civilian professionals have came forth to undertake a motor cycle expedition from Jaipur to Kargil to commemorate the 'Kargil Vijay Diwas'. The motorcycle rally was flagged off from the war
The Light Combat Aircraft (LCA) "Tejas" inducted into No. 45 Squadron of Indian Air Force (IAF) today. No. 45 Squadron, also called the "Flying Daggers", was last equipped with MiG 21 Bis Aircraft and operated from Nalia. It's motto is "Ajeet Nabha".
The Squadron will operate from