|  2-minute read
Rahul Gandhi, Narendra Modi, Gujarat model

The most crucial factor in Gujarat elections is neither Modi nor Rahul Gandhi

While anti-incumbency is not new, something is different about the Assembly polls in the state this time.


 |  5-minute read
Supreme Court, Right to Privacy, Aadhaar card, Biometric data

Aadhaar hearing: Supreme Court urged to 'protect the institution before protecting citizens'

Petitioners' counsels cite SC's 2015 ruling to underline that UID is voluntary by law and government is flouting court order by making it mandatory.


 |  7-minute read
Congress, Modi, Gujarat Polls, Gujarat elections

Predicting Gujarat election results by comparing BJP and Congress' campaign strategies

A loss for the BJP would be the biggest setback yet for the Modi-Shah duo.


 |  6-minute read
Healthcare, medical negligence, inflated hospital bills, Max Hospital

Shutting down one hospital won't help. This is how Max left me in pain for life

The closure of Shalimar Bagh branch is not a salve for widespread corruption; privatised healthcare needs an overhaul.


 |  The Cynic |  5-minute read
Modi, Voting, Gujarat Assembly elections, Road show

Following Prime Minister Narendra Modi's finger

Democracy is safe in Gujarat and by extension in India.


 |   Long-form
Rahul Gandhi, Pakistan, Modi, Gujarat Assembly elections

Rahul Gandhi is a winner, irrespective of whether BJP wins or loses Gujarat polls

The communal poison that Modi has been spreading will be one of the worst ravages of all time.


 |  Bite Soldier |   Long-form
Rahul Gandhi, Narendra Modi, Amit Shah, Gujarat Polls

Gujarat Assembly elections: 9 things I learnt from the campaign battlefield

If Congress hopes to defeat BJP, they will have to fight every election as if their life depends on it. That’s the only way Modi and Shah know how to fight elections.


 |  4-minute read
Modi, Twitter, Seaplane, waterways

PM Modi's seaplane ride and the questions we never asked

Why do '125 crore Indians' have to wait endlessly for a service that he could be organised at the drop of a hat?