Be it words of endearment or sugar abuse, it is best to tread with caution when conversing in a language not fully under one’s command.
18 May 2019
Elections are described, habitually by our super articulate anchors, as the Festival of Democracy. Unfortunately, most of us accept this proposition mindlessly.
03 May 2019
Election Fever, it is well known, is marked with symptoms like flushed faces and delirious babble—nothing that a cold towel pressed to the temple can’t alleviate.
18 Apr 2019
Long ago, there lived a king called Bhoj who believed that his love and concern for his subjects was unmatched.
06 Apr 2019
There is nothing unusual about changing sides just before the elections specially when denied a ‘ticket to contest’.
23 Mar 2019
The nation continues to mourn the martyrs and is still seething in rage at the slaughter of the men in uniform at Pulwama.
09 Mar 2019
The time of mourning is over. The martyrs will live forever in our memory. But it is important to ask questions however unpleasant and heartless they may seem.
22 Feb 2019
The battle of nerves between the Chief Minister of West Bengal and the Central government has taken an ugly turn.
08 Feb 2019
Sycophants like some scientists at the Science Congress have done great disservice to the Master they hoped to please.
26 Jan 2019
The top echelons of the BJP appear to be complacent only because of the many visible fault lines that divide those arrayed in Opposition.
12 Jan 2019
It was not just the anti-incumbency factor that put paid to the BJP’s dreams to return once more to power.
22 Dec 2018
By the time these lines are printed, many battles would have been fought, won and lost.
08 Dec 2018
The year is drawing to an agonising end.
24 Nov 2018
The ‘Statue of Unity’ has served us well by drawing our attention to ‘opportunistic appropriation’ as well as the neglect of the Makers of Modern India who didn’t belong to the Dynasty.
10 Nov 2018
News from other parts of the country has been no less disturbing.
27 Oct 2018