A Yajna in Haridwar by YSR Congress Chief Jagan, a private member bill by a senior Congress MP, KVP Ramachandra Rao, state-wide bandhs, several high profile protests outside Parliament and two and a half years of nagging for 'special status'
With the Rajya Sabha passing the Constitution Amendment Bill that will enable implementation of the Goods and Services Tax (GST), the doors have been flung open for the biggest indirect tax reform measure since Independence. The introduction of the
Prime Minister Narendra Modi has recently mooted the idea of evolving a method for holding Assembly and Lok Sabha elections simultaneously. Primarily, two reasons stand out in favour of this electoral reform. With parties in perpetual election mode,
The Narendra Modi-led BJP Government has been in power for almost 2 years now. The thumping majority they received in the Lok Sabha was testament to the fact that India was ready for a change of epic proportions. Modi stylised his campaign run on the
Article 356 of the Indian constitution, more commonly known as 'President’s Rule' could easily be classified as one of the most controversial elements of our beautifully crafted constitution. The constitutional history of the article ca