All stories by Saroj Nagi
Will Mother Sonia prevail over Politician Sonia?Rediff.com15 Apr 2015
'Sonia is trying to become a politician again. Will she succeed?'
Time for Sonia to choose between Rahul and Congress revivalRediff.com10 Feb 2015
'Delhi 2015 is a warning of an intensifying nightmare in the offing.'
Congress workers desperately seek sanjiviniRediff.com21 Oct 2014
The Congress president's election comes up early next year and party workers fear Sonia may pass on her mantle to Rahul. If that happens or if she continues to remain at the helm but Rahul calls the shots, there could be large scale desertions of workers and leaders worried about their future.
Congress needs to be very worried about its futureRediff.com16 May 2014
In the coming days, there would be loud calls for a greater role for Priyanka Vadra who, party leaders think, has a greater voter connect and appeal than her brother who has been pushed into the forefront by their mother.
End of the Sonia era in the Congress?Rediff.com9 May 2014
In the coming days, the Congress may be run by a trimurti of Sonia, Rahul and Priyanka, with Rahul holding the primary position both in Parliament and in the party and Sonia and Priyanka helping him out as and when required.
Goodbye Congress, goodbye UPARediff.com5 Mar 2014
The Congress party's only hope now lies in its desperate wish that an unstable conglomerate of non-BJP, non-Congress parties comes to power with its support and collapses within a couple of years by which time the party hopes to salvage whatever it can from the debris of 10 years of the UPA's incumbency, says Saroj Nagi.
The Congress's bitter harvest over TelanganaRediff.com19 Feb 2014
With almost 300 seats to the Lok Sabha being dominated by regional outfits, the Congress has added to the list by giving space to more regional forces in the Seema-Andhra and Telangana regions, says Saroj Nagi.
Why Rahul came across as half a leader on TVRediff.com28 Jan 2014
Amethi's member of Parliament failed to use his first formal television interview to reach out to the people in general and the electorate in particular ahead of the crucial elections in which the Congress has already been written off by opinion polls and surveys. He did little to change that impression by failing to exploit the platform provided to him.
Rahul recasts himself to walk the fireRediff.com31 Dec 2013
Despite the recent electoral reverses, Rahul is getting ready to walk the fire once more. The question is whether he will get burned or burnished in the process, says Saroj Nagi.
Can AAP replace the Left as the fulcrum of a 3rd Front?Rediff.com16 Dec 2013
Arvind Kejriwal's party will need around 50 seats to make a pitch for the Left's space in national politics. For that, it will have to contest more than one third of the Lok Sabha seats, points out Saroj Nagi.