Last week, almost the entire Opposition descended on Bengaluru to forge the blueprint of an alliance which will try to dislodge Prime Minister Narendra Modi in 2019.
17 hours ago
The robustness of the constitution of a nation’s polity depends on the robustness of its Constitution.
20 May 2018
Some are born leaders, some achieve leadership and some have leadership thrust upon them. Then, there are leaders who unknowingly thrust themselves upon others.
13 May 2018
Is this state poll a battle for restoring Karnataka’s pride?
06 May 2018
In the Age of Incendiary Interpretations, FOE (Freedom of Expression) has hijacked the licence to thrill.
22 Apr 2018
It’s politics stupid. The calamitous consequences and toxic implications of the rape and slaughter of innocent minors, sexual predators flourishing in entertainment and sports, suspicious deaths and l
15 Apr 2018
Mario Puzo would have felt at home in today’s India; so would have Vito Corleone and Luca Brasi.
08 Apr 2018
Since India is in poll mode almost every year, political rivals continue to repackage previous promises and apply new spins to old issues.
01 Apr 2018
Long after civilizations have passed, dead languages have a tendency to keep ideas alive. In Latin, ceteris paribus means "all other things being equal."
25 Mar 2018
When confrontation replaces conversation and disruption derails dialogue, the subsequent situation poses an ominous threat to the very idea of democracy. With political parties engaged in verbal
18 Mar 2018
Political arithmetic is best suited to an abacus with an agenda, calculated for gain and gained with calculations.
11 Mar 2018
Successful leaders never promise what they cannot deliver. Good leaders deliver what they promise.
04 Mar 2018
The winds of change are blowing, ever not so gently, over 24, Akbar Road—the white, leafy Lutyens edifice that has served as the headquarters of the Congress party for over four decades.
25 Feb 2018
After a long spell of vote bank tears, the Indian National Congress is now laughing all the way to the bank.
18 Feb 2018
It is a cardinal rule of public confrontation that the flagitious adjectivisation of politics leads to hyperbole and hostility. The bilious beginning of an 18-month electoral battle has marked the yea
11 Feb 2018