Modi and his eerie silence: Rivals are digging up their own grave

Ashish Shukla

10th January 2020
I am a little intrigued by the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party’s prolonged silence since protests and strikes filled our newspapers from headmast to imprint line even...

“Bloodiest story of human history” and its long shadow on resurgent India

Ashish Shukla

31th December 2019
Never since the bloodbath of the Partition in 1947 which cost two million lives have Muslims and Hindus been so disenchanted with each other as of now and...

Plastic, plastic, plastic: Stop this madness

Ashish Shukla

5th September 2019
If this is not on a war-footing what else is. Come October 2 and the Centre could announce a ban on a slew of Single-Use Plastic (SUP) items for us folks. All 4000-odd...

Entitlement: Jaitley has not just vacated his allotted home

Sanjay K. Sharma

9th June 2019
Arun Jaitley, India’s former finance minister vacated the allotted accommodation in Lutyens Delhi, along with his official cars and has reduced the security cover...

Violence has come in waves in Bengal this 2019 elections

Sanjay K. Sharma

13th May 2019
Nine remaining constituencies—Dumdum, Barasat, Basirhat, Joyagar, Mathurapur, Diamond Harbour, Jadavpur, Kol Dakshin and Kol Uttar—of the 42 seats in all in...

Why Pakistan is unlikely to act against Masood Azhar

Ashish Shukla

2nd May 2019
Masood Azhar is now a designated UN-sanctioned global terrorist. The enemy of India is flat on his four in the ring.

Making sense of Modi’s rallies and people’s fervour

Sanjay K. Sharma

26th April 2019
The surge of saffron in Kashi (Varanasi) around Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit on Thursday must have struck a deep scar in the hearts of his and BJP’s...

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