Why Modi and Hinduism have implacable enemies
Indian Express is breathless in rubbishing the recent utterance of Prime Minister Narendra Modi in the Parliament that “democracy in India wasn’t the work of
Indian cricket is now headless chicken
Indian cricket is basking under the sunshine from playing fields but the stench from its boardrooms could give a pigs’ colony a fair name.
Kohli's passion is unmistakable
On a wintry morning of Ferozeshah Kotla in 1990, a neat-looking, albeit fragile, man came to me and introduced himself as Ramachandra Guha.
Amnesty is no better than a sham
I have received a letter from Margaret Huang, Amnesty International's executive director.
Why did Express blank Police statement?
India Express, the pallbearer, err...flagbearer of Indian Mainstream Media, for two days running on its front page (there would be more Front Pages in coming
Varma: Fringe or Mainstream?
Pavan Varma--his snobbery must never be mistaken for gravitas, never homespun but unmistakably Western—writes in
Modi and Netanyahu: Not seeing eye to eye
There’s been a disquiet in India’s public space over Modi government’s rejection of US President Donald Trump’s decision to recognize Jerusalem as Israel’s C
Tharoor builds up a selective narrative
Union minister of state Anantkumar Hegde’s remarks that “BJP had come to power to change the Constitution” and that it would “do so in the near future” made
Modi is Hindu's last hope and he's slipping
In an old Bollywood flick which starred my favourite actor Dilip Kumar, there’s a scene towards the end: Shankar (Dilip Kumar), hitherto penniless but now Ra
Assad and Putin: Winning against all odds
Washington has already lost the Syrian war once. Now it is about to lose it a second time.