Breaking Views | 6-minute read
Delhi, at that point, had had enough of the robustness of the Madanlal Khuranas. It needed Sheila Dikshit's empathetic liberalism.
Up, close and personal: From a college student receiving an award from the CM to a reporter tracking Sheila Dikshit
A life well-lived is not only about victories. It's also about the fights.
Rahul Gandhi's resignation at this point is inexplicable. He should have waited till the storm blew over and then handed over to a deputy.
RIGHT Foot Forward | 5-minute read
Chakravarty was responsible for party data and would have had a say in strategy. But did he also decide on what or how to communicate? And can data really replace real party workers?
India's information revolution, with affordable communication, made political messaging that much more personal and vastly widespread. Only the BJP understood and seized the moment.
| 8-minute read
New India's Voice: Narendra Modi has been voted in despite elite derision. We need to understand what lies ahead
We have a ruling party that cares. We also need a responsible Opposition. And we need a passionate, yet unsentimental view of the challenges before us.
RIGHT Foot Forward | 6-minute read
While NDA sports a 'business as usual' air and Modi talks of taking everyone along, Rahul is busy with his pet accusation of Modi being a divisive factor, while the Congress lacks decisive leadership.
| 9-minute read
While BJP's ideological worldview certainly does not encompass religious minorities, Congress need not be the overprotective parent for Indian Muslims either anymore.
| 2-minute read
Reach out to Ma Kali: Bengal CM Mamata Banerjee needs a powerful narrative to counter the chants of 'Jai Shri Ram'
Mamata Banerjee is finding herself cornered by BJP voices mocking her with a religious slogan, at which she sees red. But Banerjee should instead respond with the most Bengali of religious chants.
| 4-minute read