All pre-election talk of Narendra Modi and Amit Shah being cut down to size evaporated after the Lok Sabha elections were declared. But BJP's confidence to win majority on its own was backed by genius of a strategy, writes Anirban Ganguly
Theirs is a unique partnership that successfully ground down the anti-BJP narratives around demonetisation, farm distress and job flight, getting people across sections to vote for Modi. And Amit Shah’s realpolitik may now enable the PM to build an inclusive image.
The passing away of the 52nd Syedna Mohammed Burhanuddin in 2014 triggered a succession battle and protracted court cases. Burhanuddin's son Saifuddin and half-brother Qutbuddin have split the prosperous Dawoodi Bohra community
To make errant builders fall in line with the Real Estate Regulation and Development Act (RERA) was a welcome and much-needed step but homebuyers are still left in the lurch as orders and notices are not enough
In The Subcontinental Menu this week, read why dozen of women employees in Faridabad took maternity leave 3-4 times a year; and what happened when the obituary of a cat appeared in newspaper's classifieds.