The common public in ancient Rome used the ‘organised shouting’ method to claim the attention of the elite.
17 Sep 2017
We live in the Age of the Refugee. Political strife and sectarian violence have displaced millions of people, rendering them practically stateless.
10 Sep 2017
Evil is having a whale of a time. Parents and teachers are getting the blues. Children are falling victim to the macabre Blue Whale.
03 Sep 2017
History is often written by rewriting history. The week that passed was historic in the sense it belonged to the Judiciary.
27 Aug 2017
Irony aside, it is the right of the people to elect the government they deserve. It is also their right to elect the Opposition they deserve.
20 Aug 2017
Selectivity is a tool used by the establishment to define the difference.
13 Aug 2017
Politics is the art of excuses.
29 Jul 2017
Clan, class and caste determine the power structure of great enterprises.
23 Jul 2017
BJP president Amit Shah tells Express his definition of nationalism, government’s Naxalite strategy and dealing with Pakistan.
16 Jul 2017
An official visit of a Prime Minister or a President is a signal to both allies and enemies that change is underway.
09 Jul 2017
At Sabarmati ashram last week, where the Mahatma spun the revolution of India’s freedom, Prime Minister Narendra Modi sat at a charkha to spin yet another pattern in India’s development story on the
02 Jul 2017
What is not surprising about Narendra Modi is his predilection for springing surprises.
25 Jun 2017
Some are born great, some achieve greatness, and some have greatness thrust upon ‘em’.
18 Jun 2017
Identity without identification is being as clueless as an Eskimo in Edinburgh.
11 Jun 2017
Great nations are created by great leaders. Great movements are created by great ideas.
04 Jun 2017
Contrary to kinetics, the couch potato’s life is fraught with nervous strife. The television viewer’s perception of India is being distorted in a mad race for TRP numbers.
28 May 2017
Image matters. Saudi Arabia has enough petrodollars to stay the darling of capitalism, but its medievally regressive reputation is a public relations disaster.
14 May 2017
All significant leaders acquire a sobriquet in the course of their political life. Indira Gandhi—dictator. Narasimha Rao—Chanakya. Atal Bihari Vajpayee—Hindu liberal.
07 May 2017
Just like an idea has the power to move a nation, a word has the power to move an idea.
30 Apr 2017
Unlike America’s CIA, Britain’s MI6 or Pakistan’s ISI, India is coy about naming its intelligence agencies.
16 Apr 2017