The silver lining for Modi comes in two shades of grey — one of which is Rahul Gandhi.
Modi tried to change the Delhi idiom of corrupt power brokers, complicit media and politicians. He hasn’t succeeded. Yet.
Is India’s feudal culture allowing dynasts like Gandhi, Jyotiraditya Scindia and even a few from the BJP, to behave with impunity?
Real secularism empowers. Fraudulent secularism disempowers. Guess which version we've been seeing for decades?
Narendra Modi could well end up as a one-term prime minister who frittered away his mandate.
The real problem with Rahul’s makeover is that it isn’t one. Flashes of the old, bumbling Rahul emerge every now and then.
“Oh, Pakistan!” The journalist’s eyes glazed over. “That’s my favourite country! The food, the men, the culture!”
Here’s why compensation is so important 71 years after the end of British colonial rule in India.