T J S George
Two factors are preventing the Sabarimala conundrum from moving towards a solution—and the self-promoting politics of BJP-RSS forces are too unimportant to be one of them.
13 Jan 2019
India has gone backward, not forward despite the new years that have come and gone.
06 Jan 2019
The year that is passing did make an effort to keep up, ministers leading the pack.
30 Dec 2018
Ambedkar has become a message, as only Mahatma Gandhi has.
23 Dec 2018
This column has said more than once that the greatness of India lies in its majority community voting not as Hindus, but as Indians.
16 Dec 2018
It was at a conference on gene-editing that Chinese researcher He Jiankui said he had helped make the world’s first genetically edited babies.
09 Dec 2018
When we say or do things that we should not say or do, it’s bad manners. In this election season bad manners became the very norm of public life.
02 Dec 2018
It wasn’t so when the war against Hitler ended and Churchill’s Britain and Roosevelt’s America reluctantly teamed up with Stalin’s Soviet Union to share the spoils of war.
25 Nov 2018
The avatars of Donald Trump and Xi Jinping aim at making China the leader of the world. They have almost reached their targets.
18 Nov 2018
It’s not that we don’t have real issues bothering us. In fact we are immersed in issues that threaten us from multiple sides, writes T J S George.
11 Nov 2018
The question now is not whether the RBI governor has caused displeasure in the Finance Ministry, but how deep-going is the displeasure.
04 Nov 2018
KCR's decision to dissolve the Assembly and go for an early test at the hustings was a smart move from his point of view.
28 Oct 2018
Saudi Arabia’s attempts to play innocent in the murder of US-based Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi flopped from the start.
21 Oct 2018
History lies hidden in government files.
14 Oct 2018
Chief Justices come and Chief Justices go, but the going of Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra has been somewhat historic.
07 Oct 2018