T J S George
Point of View
The big question is finally being addressed: Who will be the Opposition’s prime minister candidate? It will be unrealistic, of course, to expect an answer at this stage.
29 Jul 2018
The relative smoothness of the no-confidence motion in Parliament, hug and all, was welcome. But it does not hide the ugly truth—that civility in public discourse is disappearing in our country.
22 Jul 2018
Shashi Tharoor’s point, therefore, was valid, but perhaps he made a phraseological mistake, linking Hinduism with Pakistan, which helped attackers to open fire from multiple angles.
15 Jul 2018
Nambi Narayanan’s account of the drama, subtitled How India and I survived the ISRO spy case, fills us with equal parts of pride and shame.
07 Jul 2018
Arun Jaitley and Piyush Goyal are the two most qualified—shall we say civilised—men in the Narendra Modi Cabinet.
01 Jul 2018
Of the many realities refreshed by the ongoing football frenzy, two are revelatory for India. First: Kicking a ball around is an instinctive urge of all humans, which explains both the universality an
24 Jun 2018
What makes Indian politics unique is its focus on the self. Every politician is convinced that it is his right to become a minister.
17 Jun 2018
Donald Trump's impetuousness often gets boosted by his ego.
10 Jun 2018
Never have by-election results made waves of the kind that last week’s did.
03 Jun 2018
In our country the system never gets a chance because political plotters never stop plotting, the moment one party wins, other parties begin manipulations to bring it down.
27 May 2018
Here is what the Buddha said about Karnataka elections:“There are many difficulties to overcome in this world.
20 May 2018
The time gap between voting day and results day is one of the afflictions of democracy.
13 May 2018
Never was a Karnataka election more important to India than this one. Never was a Karnataka election more ruthlessly fought than this one.
06 May 2018
When those who don’t have it in them think they have it in them, it’s sad. Chandra Kumar Bose was a qualified management expert who did well in the Tatas for many years.
29 Apr 2018
A responsible government would seek ways to not only contain the criminality that seems to be growing, but also examine the sociological aspects of the issue.
22 Apr 2018
So it’s the mixture as before—Shri Arun Jaitley is wise, ministers of southern states are dumb.
15 Apr 2018
We haven’t had a more turbulent Ram Navami in recent memory.
08 Apr 2018
Major political shifts are taking place in India’s immediate neighbourhood—all of them inauspicious to India.
01 Apr 2018
The joke of the season is a BJP leader accusing Karnataka’s Congress chief minister of dividing people along communal lines.
25 Mar 2018
Governmental non-performance in Kerala and electoral devastation in Tripura gave the CPM its unfinest hour in history.
18 Mar 2018
A tree with no roots and no leaves, nevertheless bears fruit in Tripura; the BJP, with a previous record of 0, wins 35 of 59 seats.
11 Mar 2018
The funny thing about the banking fraud that is rocking the country is that no one is accountable for it.
04 Mar 2018
Justice Katju is known for using language of the extreme kind. But more often than not, his words hit the bull’s eye of truth. They did so last week when he spoke to a regional channel.
25 Feb 2018
Indian literature is the richer for the election of Chandrasekhara Kambar as President of the Sahitya Akademi.
18 Feb 2018