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 |  Angiography  |  5-minute read
Parliament, Winter Session, Narendra Modi

If Parliament were an app, would PM Modi use it?

Fundamentally, it is his acute condescension towards a collective decision-making process that is responsible for his absence.


 |  4-minute read
Parliament, National Herald, Congress, Winter Session

How Congress has mastered the art of disrupting Parliament

It is a concerted effort to put a lid on Modi government's efforts to initiate reforms.


 |  6-minute read
Congress, BJP, Winter Session, Parliament

Sad how Congress is hurting India by disrupting Parliament

When political pettiness is from country's so-called young leaders, it's inexplicable and unforgivable.


 |  5-minute read
National Herald, DDCA, Winter Session, Parliament

Disruption has reduced Parliament to a political orgy

We are suffering, as a nation, as a people.


 |  The Bigger Picture  |  4-minute read
Pakistan, Winter Session, Atal Bihar Vajpayee, Narendra Modi

How Vajpayee can help Modi defrost winter session and ties with Pakistan

What seems to be missing in the PM's approach is a generosity of vision.


 |  4-minute read
Winter Session, Rahul Gandhi, Pakistan Policy, Narendra Modi

Sadly Modi is no Putin or Thatcher in the making

His soft and compromising stance vis-à-vis Congress in Parliament and Pakistan bear testimony that he is vulnerable and can buckle under pressure.


 |  Breaking Views  |  1-minute read
Winter Session, Nirbhaya, December 16 gangrape

Our ministers have failed Nirbhaya

Amendment to the Juvenile Justice Act is still pending in Rajya Sabha, three years after December 16 gang rape case.


 |  Musings from afar  |  4-minute read
Winter Session, Congress, National Herald

India is ready for a Congress-mukt Bharat

A party that gave India one of its worst ever governments can easily be called the nation's worst ever Opposition.


 |  2-minute read
GST, Winter Session, Congress, National Herald

National Herald case: Perils of Congress playing victim

Our political leaders must realise that Parliament cannot suffer over a legal battle.


 |  4-minute read
Parliament, Winter Session, BR Ambedkar, Constitution Day

Why Ambedkar would have wanted a debate on Constitution

Somewhere in the last 70 years, governments all over have become masters and the rule of law has been ignored.