All stories by Archis Mohan
Can Dushyant Chautala claim Devi Lal's legacy?Rediff.com5 Nov 2019
In the years to come, Dushyant may need to compete for the leadership of the Jat community with Hooda's son Deepender, and other Jat leaders, reports Archis Mohan.
'Don't make my Kashmir a graveyard'Rediff.com4 Nov 2019
'The decision of August will have to be taken back. This is our resolve. When it will happen, how it will happen, the judge of our case are the people of this country.'
Modi may expand ministryRediff.com4 Nov 2019
The reshuffle could take place before the start of the winter session of Parliament.
Poll results may spell trouble for Team RahulRediff.com25 Oct 2019
The assembly election results are likely to put a lid on the impending battle the old guard and young Turks, strengthen the hands of the veterans, and force the younger leaders to negotiate a truce. Archis Mohan reports.
Economic slump not a buzzword in AurangabadRediff.com20 Oct 2019
The tepid economy has hit most sectors, from automobile and pharmaceutical industries in the district to its tourist footfall, reports Archis Mohan
52 errors in J-K Act: Cabinet Secretary foxed by typos in notesRediff.com29 Sep 2019
Following several instances of poor drafting of Cabinet notes and bills in the recent past, on September 11, the Cabinet Secretariat wrote to all ministries and departments to read up paragraph 55 of the 'Handbook of Writing Cabinet Notes'. Archis Mohan reports.
Street fight, not social media: Sonia's revival planRediff.com13 Sep 2019
Congress president implored the party to have a 'concrete agitational agenda' to go directly to the people instead of merely being aggressive on social media.
100 days of Modi 2.0: Govt to show it fulfilled promisesRediff.com7 Sep 2019
BJP would observe the next 10 days -- from Sunday to September 17, the birthday of the PM -- as 'seva parva'.
Rahul to follow Rajiv's path to connect with peopleRediff.com13 Aug 2019
Rahul Gandhi and young leaders close to him are planning to connect with party workers on the ground and are preparing to embark on a nationwide yatra, reports Archis Mohan.
Will this be the 'most productive' Parliament session?Rediff.com4 Aug 2019
Union ministers said Parliament passing over two dozen Bills was evidence of increased productivity of Narendra Modi government 2.0.
BJP's total assets swell by 22%, Cong sees 15% fallRediff.com1 Aug 2019
According to a report by the Association of Democratic Reforms, the ruling party's assets rose to Rs 1,483.35 crore in 2017-18 over its previous financial year's declaration of Rs 1,213 crore.
A rare politician with immense graceRediff.com22 Jul 2019
In her death, the Congress has lost a leader who brought old world grace to politics but was open to new ideas.
Will Congress see a non-Gandhi at its helm?Rediff.com2 Jul 2019
Senior leaders Sushil Kumar Shinde and Mallikarju Kharge could be elected as next party chief.
Manmohan retires from Rajya SabhaRediff.com15 Jun 2019
Will DMK send former PM to the Rajya Sabha next month?
BJP membership drive to focus on Bengal, SouthRediff.com14 Jun 2019
The exercise would culminate into the election of a successor to Amit Shah.
How Amit Shah delivered 303 seats to ModiRediff.com7 Jun 2019
For the 2019 polls, the BJP chief deployed over 7,000 leaders to oversee the work of polling committees on the over 400 seats the BJP contested. These committees were asked to focus on 120 seats the party had lost in 2014, but believed it could win in 2019.
Modi's message in portfolios for new ministersRediff.com1 Jun 2019
He dropped those perceived to be non-performers or whose integrity came into question, and also where it was felt they needed to learn a lesson or two in humility.
Young Dalits waiting for a new icon in UPRediff.com26 May 2019
Jatav youth ask tough questions about surgical strikes, expenditure on statues and organising of the Kumbh festival.
Modi's new Cabinet: Shah may debut, Jaitley uncertainRediff.com24 May 2019
Will it be home or defence for Amit Shah?
EC seized cash, liquor worth Rs 3450 cr during LS pollRediff.com20 May 2019
This is thrice of what agencies seized during the 2014 Lok Sabha poll process, reports Archis Mohan.