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Anand K Sahay

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

Anand K. Sahay | RSS, BJP & Yogi factor: Key to 2024 lies in UP

Yogi was permitted to create the impression that he was on a goodwill mission to New Delhi, and not summoned as a boy to be chastised

18 Jun 2021 7:12 AM

Anand K. Sahay | RSS & BJP: Is there a shift in the equation?

The RSS can obfuscate — speak assertively, but also as a ventriloquist, when needed

21 May 2021 12:00 AM

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Anand K. Sahay | The idea behind capturing power in any kind of way: fair or foul

The BJP may or may not win the Assembly elections in Assam. But winning a poll fair and square is not the metric any longer

19 Apr 2021 12:00 AM

Anand K. Sahay | As Afghan mess grows, India must be cautious

In these circumstances, India must learn to do its own sums even as it seeks to be collegial

16 Mar 2021 4:54 AM

Anand K. Sahay | Afghan challenges for India & Taliban factor

Whether the Taliban’s recapture of Kabul comes to pass or not, staying engaged with Afghanistan is India’s foremost challenge in the region

24 Feb 2021 7:25 AM

Mukherjee: A status quoist in the culminating analysis

In his capacity as Rashtrapati, Mukherjee did express sorrow at these grotesque happenings that mauled the spirit of the Constitution

31 Jan 2021 9:30 PM

Anand K Sahay l Can Rahul or anyone salvage Congress, or will it break?

The BJP had come into its own and formed governments at the Centre under a well-liked figure. In contrast, the Congress had haemorrhaged

29 Jan 2021 4:15 AM

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Anand K. Sahay | Biden has tough task, to keep autocrats in check

Biden will no doubt be deeply conscious that he comes in as the chief at a deeply corroding moment in American life

20 Jan 2021 12:08 AM

Anand K Sahay | After DDC: Will Centre further alienate J&K?

Much sought success in the BJP’s bid to seek to stamp its political authority in J&K through the DDC polls failed to materialise

30 Dec 2020 7:16 AM

Book REVIEW | A maverick cop’s gripping autobiography

The heart of the book is gripping not on account of any juicy, lazy gossip about key people

20 Dec 2020 7:41 AM

Anand K Sahay | BJP’s hopes for its own CM in Patna get dashed

Bihar is the only state in north India, besides Jammu and Kashmir (now a UT) and Punjab, where the BJP has not had its own chief minister

19 Nov 2020 5:50 PM

Anand K Sahay | Far & Near

Will the BJP use Nitish to get own CM in Patna?

26 Oct 2020 11:27 AM

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Anand K. Sahay | Jaswant Singh, a gentleman politician and an astute strategist

Contemplating the life he lived after he is gone, it is hard to see him in any role other than that of a politician at an exalted level

02 Oct 2020 5:32 PM

Anand K Sahay | Can fury over farm bills trigger a wider stir?

It is clear as day that continuance of MSP runs against the logic of the two laws cleared by Parliament

27 Sep 2020 3:50 PM

Anand K. Sahay | Kashmiris respond to Centre with ‘Gupkar II’

Its defining feature can be summed by a phrase in it: “nothing about us without us”

18 Sep 2020 6:37 PM

Anand K Sahay | It’s time for Congress to change its ‘culture’

The ruling party’s object, no doubt, is to spread a sense of deepening organisational crisis in the Congress

28 Aug 2020 7:06 PM

Anand K Sahay | Why Ayodhya was not like battle for freedom

The Kashmir-to-Ayodhya common template was clearly intended to overtly demonstrate the suppression of Muslim aspirations in India

14 Aug 2020 5:07 PM

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