T J S George
Point of View
It may sound anti-national, but it needs to be said: India is no match to China.
28 Jun 2020
Any kind of crisis gives unlimited powers to ruling elites who, for that reason, welcome crises and emergencies.
21 Jun 2020
During the Indira years, the BBC had more influence in India than it has today and no BBC name was more awe-inspiring than Dimbleby.
14 Jun 2020
Mysore will never be the same to me again; Southern Star, my home on many a visit, has shut down.
07 Jun 2020
The Prime Minister who stood out as an authentic author was Jawaharlal Nehru. His ‘The Discovery of India’ and ‘An Autobiography’ are recognised as masterpieces.
31 May 2020
Humour helps us survive man-made catastrophes. But it does not erase reality.
24 May 2020
The second thing that sent me off to the dining table was the nothing-new feeling created by the prime ministerial message.
17 May 2020
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, saved from a near-fatal attack of coronavirus, gratefully named his baby after his doctors.
10 May 2020
Most of the stories now being heard about the origin and nature of the pandemic are alarming.
03 May 2020
What was only a spiritual note of caution then has now acquired real-life validity, thanks to the coronavirus.
26 Apr 2020
Epidemic diseases? Administrators see the world in ways ordinary citizens cannot. The Sardar statue episode proves this yet again.
19 Apr 2020
Even after the corona pandemic is gone, its economic effect will prove to be a prolonged affair.
12 Apr 2020
So, a mere virus is enough to bring humanity on its knees.
05 Apr 2020
Photographs of the morning feasts, released to inspire citizens, showed close intermixing of our elected leaders.
29 Mar 2020
Love in the time of cholera ended up with love winning; author Gabriel Marquez wouldn’t have it any other way.
22 Mar 2020