ET Magazine profiles this youth brigade of winners to see how they got here and what they intend to do for their constituencies. Read on
While there was a widespread feeling that Modi’s rallies across Tamil Nadu a week before polling would improve the BJP’s chances, they came a tad too late in the day.
People didn't care that Jaya was not part of a national alliance while some ardent supporters nursed improbable dreams of her becoming PM of a third-front government.
Almost every wedding photographer advertises herself as a ‘candid’ wedding photographer, though only a fraction of the photographs displayed on their website seem unscripted.
Whilst the BJP's PM candidate is treading with caution in Tamil Nadu, the AIADMK supremo, who is the darkest of horses in the PM race, is pulling no punches.
If FIIs turned away by the inefficiency of Indian regulators, the venality of govt bodies & India Inc’s disregard for rules doesn't make them any keener.
With the Adarsh scam being a non-issue for Ashok Chavan’s supporters in Nanded, he is banking on his family’s long association with the constituency to blunt the Modi wave.
IPL spot-fixing: Despite BCCI chief Srinivasan stepping down, corruption still remains a grave question
IPL gets another season and, despite the SC ordering BCCI chief Srinivasan to step down, albeit temporarily, the cloud of corruption over the league has hardly drifted away.
The movie has so far grossed more than 10 times as much in the US and about $7.4 mn in seven major countries besides India.
'India may be able to help create truly healthy versions of processed foods that could work toward a global solution.'
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