Rahul loses Amethi, congratulates BJP on its victory.
Leading opposition parties urge election commission to count the paper trail attached to electronic voting machines.
The winner of Thursday’s results will brace for domestic strife, spurred by record unemployment and agrarian distress.
NEW DELHI: India’s protracted and acrimonious general elections ended on Sunday with four exit polls predicting a...
Some say Modi is getting desperate with each passing poll and, therefore, apparently losing the plot.
Issues relating to the "vulnerability" and "unreliability" of EVMs have come up regularly in the election context.
If Rahul Gandhi does make it as prime minister, where would he locate his ideology between Nehru and Gandhi?
In a rare interview, former Indian PM criticises Modi for threatening Pakistan with nuclear rhetoric to garner votes.
Tagore’s idea of free-spirited, open-minded human bonding traversing national boundaries was to face its challenge.
Saffron-robed Pragya Thakur says she killed Hemant Karkare with her curse because the late policeman tortured her for
Rightwing extremist Pragya Thakur, who is out on bail on terror charges in Malegaon blast case, made BJP candidate.
In the absence of palpable anti-Pakistan traction, BJP has fielded a militant woman candidate in Bhopal.
So what was this Urdu musical that had mesmerised Messrs Advani and Ambani?
It was not about a Pakistani pilot who shot down an Indian pilot. That was to become only a peg for a much higher-yield
The party appears contrite on Kashmir, making particular references to human rights and anti-torture steps.
Given fragile national votes in his kitty, Rahul Gandhi requires allies to garner the other 45pc anti-or non-BJP votes.
The best of critical minds have been put behind bars as urban Naxalites plotting to assassinate PM Modi.
Opposition leader Mayawati not to contest in order to focus more on giving a hard time to Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
Pakistan’s Foreign Office says judgement has exposed India’s hypocrisy on terrorism
The diplomatic cables give an insight into the doublespeak with which India’s politicians address their constituencies.