Shampa Dhar-Kamath

Shampa Dhar-Kamath

‘97%? Excellent. How did the others do?’

The CBSE and ICSE boards’ Class 10 and 12 results are being declared this weekend. So, I’m told, are some of the state boards’ results.

16 hours ago

Ravi Shankar

Ravi Shankar

Blood and gore in the times of Breaking News

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.

16 hours ago

T J S George

T J S George

When Trump calls for a war against Islamic terrorism and praises its historical promoter, it is hypocrisy

The flow of Saudi money and Saudi evangelists has been radicalising local Islamic communities in many countries, including India.

16 hours ago

Shankkar Aiyar

Shankkar Aiyar

Modi’s 'sarkar' and 1,000 days of no Opposition

The organising principle of Modi’s Sarkar is, and has been, managing the narrative to establish and sustain order.

16 hours ago

Santwana Bhattacharya

Santwana Bhattacharya

Strains in Nitish-Lalu alliance

A former JD-U Rajya Sabha member well-known in Delhi's power circles invited some people over to praise UP CM Yogi Adityanath 's‘good work'.

27 May 2017

Shankkar Aiyar

Shankkar Aiyar

The promise of 100 new cities and messed opportunity 

This Sunday, the Modi Sarkar completes 1,091 days in office, and three years on May 26. This week, the government will be assessed for what it promised and what it has delivered as yet.

21 May 2017

Ravi Shankar

Ravi Shankar

Inside story of an Opposition conclave

As the Modi government looks to complete three years in the driving seat, Opposition leaders have collected at 15 Gurudwara Rakabganj Road, the war room of the Congress  party.

21 May 2017

T J S George

T J S George

The manner in which Hindi is promoted hasn’t helped national unity. one-sided policy has hindered it

Was it necessary to kick up the Hindi controversy all over again? A better model was available to the authorities.

21 May 2017

Shampa Dhar-Kamath

Shampa Dhar-Kamath

If matter is in form, does form matter?

For the umpteenth time this year, The Guardian has published an exultant article on how books are back, trumping e-readers and cocking a snook at the latter’s technodazzled supporters.

21 May 2017

S Gurumurthy

S Gurumurthy

Mr Chidambaram, will you sue us now?

If Karti is proved to own Advantage Strategic Consultancy indirectly, he will face jail, perhaps accompanied by his father too in view of the alleged bribe payments by INX Media.

18 May 2017

Karamatullah K Ghori

Karamatullah K Ghori

How Pak ran afoul of its neighbours

Pakistan’s ties with India have long been strained. Now its relations with Iran and Afghanistan have turned rocky

15 May 2017

Ravi Shankar

Ravi Shankar

Punish mob rule for sake of global image

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

Shankkar Aiyar

Shankkar Aiyar

Are jobs being created? Drive big data to derive answers

Are jobs being created in India? The answer varies with the basis—intuition, assumptions, estimations, surveys and forecasts.

14 May 2017

T J S George

T J S George

With Kerala’s CM inviting humiliation after humiliation, the CPM saga may be coming to a close in India

Are we witnessing the final fade-out of communism’s run in India? West Bengal was a Left citadel that seemed impregnable for three long decades.

14 May 2017

Shankkar Aiyar

Shankkar Aiyar

Niti Aayog action agenda: All agenda little action

The Niti Aayog has released, what it calls the three-year Action Agenda. The 208-page document, the Niti Aayog says, “charts an ambitious, transformational yet achievable Action Agenda for the governm

07 May 2017

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