Nirwa Mehta

Politically incorrect. Author, Flawed But Fabulous.

BJP may be weaker than it was in 2014, but Congress is not as strong as projected either

If Congress has not forgotten the 1996 elections, they would very well know they are on a sticky wicket here.

Cow slaughter, communal undercurrents and allegations of police atrocities: A tale of three villages in Bulandshahr

OpIndia goes to the Bulandshahr and talks to the local villagers to try and find out more about what happened.

Ground report: Asif, Saifuddin and 2 others arrested for cow slaughter that started the violence in Bulandshehr

In conversation with OpIndia, the villagers have also asserted that there are no "gaurakshaks" in their village. The police also rejected charges of them heaping atrocities on the villagers.

Rahul Gandhi is like the Johnny Lever of Indian politics who acts as comic relief during high political drama

Sometimes one is not sure whether Rahul Gandhi even gets his speeches vetted before taking to stage.

Farmers’ protest or show of strength by the opposition? How politicians hijacked the farmers’ cause for election pitch

Not many are talking about the politics behind the cause the opposition claims to be fighting for.

Aam Aadmi Party: Six years and distintegrating

Within six years of its formation as a political outfit from a bunch of activists, the party appears to have failed to evolve as a responsible political party.

More loyal than the King’s courtier: Pallavi Ghosh acts as Rahul Gandhi’s faithful emissary

Pallavi Ghosh has earlier quite a few times answered curious questions on behalf of Rahul Gandhi and Congress.

After Twitter’s ‘caste’ row, Manish Tewari says Brahmins should accept their fate as Jews did

Manish Tewari tweeted that 'Anti-Brahminism' is the reality of Indian politics.

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