by OJ George
Everything is not available for a price?
The arrest of AIADMK leader Dinakaran for attempted bribing of Election Commission officials underscores a crucial point.
Not everything can be purchased for a price always.
In Indian conditions, in a majority of instances, corruption rules the roost.
You grease the palm and you get away with what you want.
At least this time, the attemp
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MIT and Harvard invite Super 30 founder
New York, Sep 29, 2014 (PTI):
Indian mathematician and founder of Super 30, Anand Kumar, has been invited by the prestigious Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and Harvard University to speak on his globally acclaimed effort to mentor students from the underprivileged sections for admissi
Go-getter Narendra Modi is an indefatigable campaigner
BJP's prime ministerial candidate is a go-getter, for he gets what he wants.
His campaign for Lok Sabha throughout the country is marked by the determination with which he fights opponents and other parties.
He does not bother about his words hurting other political leaders, for his aim is bri
Extremely lucky PM Dr Manmohan Singh
If anyone wants to name the luckiest Prime Minister of India, there could be no doubt that Dr Manmohan Singh stands the test of the dimension.
He is on the verge of completing 10 years as Prime Minister of India even as he was not a political animal to the core.
He assumed charge as the PM of
Newsmaker is no one else than Arvind Kejriwal
the unthinkable has materialised in the form of Arvind Kejriwal defeating veteran Congress leader Sheila Dixit and forming a government in Delhi State with the support of his 28 MLAs in the Delhi Assembly.
His promises had appeared to be unimplementable and were dismissed as dream ideals.
Rahul Gandhi's foray with a bang, strong stance on convicted politicians, RTI coverage of parties
Rahul Gandhi is the strongman of the Congress Party which has been proved by his commitment to keep out committed MLAs and MPs and also RTI coverage of political parties.
So far his position has not been that clear about political parties being covered by the Right to Information Act. Still repor
Manik Sarkar, the poorest CM of India
AGARTALA (IANS): Tripura chief minister Manik Sarkar, set to assume office for a fourth time after leading the Left to a huge electoral win, is the son of a tailor who still washes his own clothes.
An unassuming man, the 64-year-old got down to work no soon than he was declared the winner from