One of the most ubiquitous sights in any Indian city is the row of leaky water tankers carrying water from the suburbs to some posh apartment complex or residential colony.
18 Apr 2019
What is madness? The society considers any deviation from what is accepted as normal as mad. The problem is, who decides what is normal.
13 Apr 2019
In a few days, the world’s largest democracy would exercise its mandate.
06 Apr 2019
I was recently called as a speaker for a seminar on India versus Bharat. The participants were the top brand managers of the country.
23 Mar 2019
How did India succeed to have a disproportionate influence on ancient and medieval world culture without sending a conquering army to impose the cultural hegemony?
09 Mar 2019
Another terror attack has claimed 44 lives of our armed personnel. Justifiably, we are angry. We want the perpetrators to be punished.
22 Feb 2019
In the great Tamil epic of Silappatikaram, the hero Kovalan is accused of stealing the queen’s anklet.
08 Feb 2019
The government has five major responsibilities towards its citizens—law and order, defence, education, transport and healthcare.
26 Jan 2019
When we think about great success stories of Independent India, the first thing which comes to our mind is the Green Revolution.
12 Jan 2019
One of the outstanding features of British Parliamentary system is the shadow cabinet.
22 Dec 2018
The year is 1940. Fatima, a Muslim, and Sangeetha, a Hindu, are close friends.
08 Dec 2018
Ninety-one years ago, the distasteful book Mother India was published by an American bigot, Katherine Mayo.
24 Nov 2018
Recently, the world’s tallest statue was inaugurated in Gujarat.
10 Nov 2018
A desperate political party is trying to fish in the troubled waters, while the Opposition doesn’t know which side to take.
27 Oct 2018
A sense of history could be a great asset.
13 Oct 2018