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Anand K Sahay

Anand K. Sahay | Will BJP gobble up Sena? Keep eye on Maha tussle

The new CM could hardly have been more unembarrassed and forthright, or less boastful of placing deceit in the service of his ambition

08 Jul 2022 12:19 AM

Anand K. Sahay | Back Murmu for Prez: It’s a big social shift for India

If someone from such a background is elevated to the presidency, will it be such a bad thing when we consider India’s diversity?

01 Jul 2022 11:50 PM

Anand K. Sahay | Will Modi’s balancing act work as world eyes India?

The Nupur Sharma affair stinks, and the handling of the matter by the BJP and the Narendra Modi government is less than edifying

14 Jun 2022 11:55 PM

Anand K. Sahay | India’s return to a key role in Kabul: Ticklish issue emerges

The reopening of the embassy in Afghanistan’s capital will by no means be a recognition of the Taliban government by India

31 May 2022 11:33 PM

Anand K. Sahay | Can Congress do a reboot, and get back in the game?

For a party in serious need of repair, this is a fair enough start, though clearly more needs to happen

27 May 2022 6:59 AM

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Anand K. Sahay | Is India doing a rethink on role in Afghanistan?

It seems likely that an Indian representation will soon be restored in Kabul, even if this will be small and not at the level of ambassador

13 May 2022 12:17 AM

Anand K. Sahay | PK flap: Fragile Cong fails to learn from past history

The Congress, in contrast, is not a single-person party, despite all the appearances

28 Apr 2022 11:37 PM

Book Review | Good journalism shows difference between history, Hindutva legend

Jha traces the journey of Gandhi’s killer from the latter’s childhood in a story-telling format

24 Apr 2022 12:57 AM

Anand K. Sahay | Can Shehbaz & Bajwa, with US help, bring about thaw?

The game is doubtless aimed at winning the country back from Mr Khan’s populist wiles

14 Apr 2022 11:02 PM

Book Review | Secrets of colonialism and exile from the dark heart of Ostafrika

Reading Gurnah is a bit like watching a Ray film rather than a Kurosawa or Ghatak

27 Mar 2022 12:20 AM

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Anand K. Sahay | What Congress needs to do for life after Gandhis

Here is a recall from history which might be useful for the Congress to consider

26 Mar 2022 12:24 AM

Anand K. Sahay | After Punjab, can AAP be a real alternative to BJP?

How the party proceeds from here will naturally be watched closely by the people of Punjab and the party’s supporters and its opponents

17 Mar 2022 12:50 AM

Anand K. Sahay | Do poll results indicate a basic transformation of India’s polity?

Once the Congress goes down, effectively speaking, it is hard to think of any regional party being able to stand up enough to give a fight

11 Mar 2022 3:37 AM

Book Review | Sharp, broad and objective look at India’s foreign policy

Menon’s book is about India in the context of Asian geopolitics, a most complex subject

06 Mar 2022 2:46 AM

Anand K. Sahay | Will RSS do a rethink over Modi if he takes hit in UP?

Mohan Bhagwat, in an address, had made barely camouflaged critical observations on the government’s handling of the pandemic last summer

26 Feb 2022 7:04 AM

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Anand K. Sahay | Modi, Yogi & UP election: High-stakes battle looms

Adityanath is plain bad news, and the praise heaped on him by the leader of the country is palpably false

04 Feb 2022 7:14 AM

Anand K. Sahay | Assertive Sonia helps, but Cong’s G-23 issues remain

Gandhi's bold performance at the last meeting of the Congress Working Committee on October 16 can leave no room for doubt on that score

20 Oct 2021 7:21 AM

Anand K. Sahay | A new Afghan turn that New Delhi didn’t notice

India has sufficient goodwill in diverse quarters in Afghanistan, but it gave no impression of leveraging this

16 Aug 2021 2:08 AM

Anand K Sahay | Changing the optics in a ‘Lilliputian democracy’

Covid-19 has come as a handy addition to the book of tricks, not a deadly virus to be fought tooth and nail by a sensitive government

16 Jul 2021 1:04 AM

Book review | All Roads Lead North

A handshake across Himalayas, amid Terai rumblings

21 Jun 2021 11:48 AM

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