T J S George
Point of View
Assassins of old were honest, modern ones are cowardly, but the cowards are destroying the Indian dream
In the days of Nathuram Godse, things were straightforward and honest. When he shot Mahatma Gandhi there was no attempt to hide his identity.
10 Sep 2017
August 15 was the wrong date, chosen for the wrong reason. Also, Iqbal’s Hindustan Hamara deserves a fresh look
Has the time come for Independence Day to be shifted to a date other than August 15? The question is neither facetious nor irrelevant.
20 Aug 2017
D K Shivakumar is Karnataka’s most formidable politician.
06 Aug 2017
Narayanan’s non-partisanship was classic. So was Kalam’s. Mukherjee played safe. His successor will be safer
In his farewell speech, President Pranab Mukherjee highlighted India’s strong points and said they had become endangered.
30 Jul 2017
Be it currency shift, Aadhaar, GST, there is a mad rush; People feel cornered, vexed. Why this mad rush?
Usually life gets simpler as nations progress. But not in India where a barrage of sudden changes, new rules and revised regulations are making life burdensome for ordinary people.
16 Jul 2017
Saudis want Qatar out; Turkey wants new dominant role; hostilities in Muslim lands pose problems for all
There is turmoil in the Islamic world. Saudi Arabia has made a hardline prince the effective ruler. Qatar, isolated by neighbouring Arab states, is defiant.
09 Jul 2017
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
K Chandrasekhar Rao is without doubt the most devout chief minister in the country today.
05 Mar 2017
It’s an unusually long wait for Uttar Pradesh election results.
26 Feb 2017
As Rahul Gandhi drives S M Krishna out of Congress, issues of morality, bankruptcy and dilemmas surface
There is a tragic inevitability about the doom of the Congress party.
19 Feb 2017