Why is Arvind Kejriwal so popular? Why still? A national party like BJP that is now riding on the waves of mass support is actually finding it tough to crack the Delhi election. Why so? Why is it that a heavyweight politician and prime minister like Narendra Modi have to attend rallies to counter a few year old party in Delhi election? Why is Kejriwal's popularity giving Amit Shah's strategy team sleepless nights? An analysis
Suresh Raina is trending on Twitter for not good reasons. Despite his better performances on field, the cricketer is drawing flak from people in India and Pakistan for his irresponsible behavior on micro-blogging site Twitter.
As trekking season opens up after the monsoons, trekkers would throng the mighty Himalayas once more, packed with backpacks, tents, boots and ice axes - most of them French or European made. But in the midst of all necessary accessories one 'desi' thing stands out - the BSNL SIM card.
In the run up to the General Elections 2014, work has already begun to firm up a Third Front, which could result in more split votes and dilution of vote bank of both the Congress and the BJP. Will India again vote on the basis of identity and politicized issues and not performance of the local political representative? Or should the Congress and the BJP come together to form an alliance at the Centre in the spirit of national unity to handle challenges of governance and policy legislation? Imagine both Narendra Modi and Rahul Gandhi work side by side to build India. For the sake of the country, I dare to ask - why can it not happen?