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He has donned many hats in life. From being a cricketer to sitting in the commentary box out-speaking Geoffrey Boycott, to becoming a television personality, to wearing khadi in hispolitical innings – he has done it all.

Assembly elections in last leg, markets await result Dec 03 2018

The Election Commission, manned by retired bureaucrats, has often exercised unchallenged authority for long durations in the garb of holding polls in multiple phases spread over several weeks. The polling for the current round began on November 12 and would end on December 7, with results on December 11.

Is a liquidity deluge coming? Is it time to rework strategies? Nov 29 2018

The double dhamaka of 20 % cheaper fuel and 5 per cent appreciation in rupee changes the macro variable of current account deficit. In absolute terms this could mean a 5 billion dollar gain. That’s Rs 35,000 crore in rupee terms.

Changing situation in Rajasthan: Is the BJP coming back into the fight? Nov 27 2018

A rising stock market this week could be feeding off ground level reports that claim the Bharatiya Janata Party is making a tentative recovery in the campaign for the Rajasthan assembly.

Sangh under currents bring Ram mandir to centre stage Nov 26 2018

After more than a quarter-century, fresh efforts are on to raise the pitch for building the Ram Mandir at Ayodhya. The issue has assumed significance as the nation goes to polls to elect the 17th Lok Sabha from April next year.

Universal Electrification: Government that delivers Nov 20 2018

Universal Household Electrification – the goal of providing access to 24x7power for all in the country. Access to power here represents not only the connectivity to the network but also includes availability of requisite infrastructure across the power sector value chain to ensure supply of quality and reliable power.

Tense Deepawali for leaders as poll battles gather steam Nov 05 2018

Deepawali, the Indian festival of light, symbolises the victory of good over evil and is a major event in life of millions of people. The political class, which is pitched in a tight battle to elect five regional assemblies, is finding it an extremely tense moment.

Bags of missing cash and a tale of two Ravis’ Oct 27 2018

Both Ravis are now out of business, their so-called claim of invincibility now reduced to dust. Worse, both are now being hounded by investigating agencies ranging from the CBI to ED.

Short winter session of Parliament likely in December Oct 22 2018

The government is likely to convene a brief 10-day winter session of Parliament in the second week of December.