Amar Bhushan

Furore over Pegasus self-destructive

The Monsoon Session of Parliament was ransacked by the Opposition, calling use of Pegasus spyware an attack on their freedom and privacy.

04 Sep 2021

Remember Fr Swamy for only right reasons

Stanislaus Lourduswamy, a boy born in Tiruchirappalli, Tamil Nadu, became in due course a Jesuit priest and tribal rights activist.

31 Jul 2021

West Bengal violence a new low in Indian politics

In the week-long mayhem, 37 BJP workers were allegedly killed, hundreds sustained injuries, shops were looted, houses burnt and women assaulted by TMC goons.

03 Jul 2021

Why not write an obituary for the CBI?

The CBI is called the Central Bureau of Investigation but does not have federal character.

05 Jun 2021

India needs to be real about the crisis

A crisis brings out the worst and best out of individuals and institutions. Covid-19 is one such crisis.

30 Apr 2021

State polls and national security

On May 2, four states and one Union Territory will elect their new assemblies. Of these, the final outcome will seriously impact the states that border Bangladesh.

03 Apr 2021

PM Modi’s audacity makes poll results most awaited

An overwhelming number of Muslims—approximately 14 percent of the electorate—have pathological hatred for him because they believe he would subjugate them under a Hindu Rashtra.

12 May 2019

Impeachment Circus: CJI will have last laugh

The Congress and NCP are busy mustering support from Opposition MPs to impeach Chief of the Supreme Court, Justice Dipak Misra.

07 Apr 2018

Gujarat Polls Show Depth of Our Immaturity

Thankfully, the Gujarat election is over. Not a day went by when verbal filth and pedestrian repartee were not heard, or mimicry was not on full display.

16 Dec 2017

Deporting Rohingya refugees is a step in the right direction

New Delhi’s decision to deport Rohingya Muslim refugees and its refusal to open border for more to come in, is in the interest of national security.

21 Oct 2017

No need to confide in habitual baiters or educate Pak with proof

Not surprisingly, Pakistan today finds itself isolated whereas Delhi receives overwhelming international and regional support for its surgical strike.

15 Oct 2016