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No early end in sight to Karnataka turbulence

It is a moot question whether it would have survived if the coalition partners had done well in the parliamentary elections.

25 Jul 2019 12:00 AM

Can Speaker dictate terms of resignation?

The Congress as a party would not want to be blackmailing the government.

17 Jul 2019 2:45 AM

No talk of jobs will not make the issue go away

Shah had talked of self-employment as a way of dealing with the jobs problem, making it evident that the government is not promising jobs.

09 Jul 2019 12:17 AM

Nirmala’s Budget fullof political flourishes

The Budget speech was a political declamation, but there were strong signs of the government’s desperate bid to “kickstart” the economy.

06 Jul 2019 12:00 AM

Checks and balances: Hubris for Modi, BJP

Modi is not the first person to express his irritation with the political numbers in the Rajya Sabha.

02 Jul 2019 3:03 AM


Prosaic agenda: Where is the Modi 2.0 vision?

There is the predictable and justifiable note of boastfulness after the unmistakable and assertive election victory of May 23.

22 Jun 2019 7:28 AM

Modi takes a hard look at economy’s potholes

There are problems, of course, some of them unstated, some overstated.

18 Jun 2019 3:30 AM

For Modi, Jaishankar is like Nixon’s Kissinger

There was the sincere intent to strengthen the Saarc.

11 Jun 2019 1:33 AM

Modi’s huge mandate to be a heavy burden

The second Modi government is on its own, and it will be expected not to commit the blunders of its first term.

03 Jun 2019 1:07 AM

What Congress must do to save itself from itself

The job should go to someone like Mr Chidambaram, who can draft what the party’s approach should be to the new political situation in the country.

29 May 2019 1:00 AM


Modi’s triumph comes with plenty of caveats

The BJP’s share of the percentage of votes has gone up sharply, its seat share has moved up only modestly.

24 May 2019 12:00 AM

Modi looks a winner, but it’s not quite off the mark

The BJP-NDA win indicated by the different exit polls can’t be used to infer that it is the victory of Mr Modi’s charismatic leadership.

21 May 2019 7:11 AM

Beyond atmospherics: ‘Populism’ challenges

Winning or losing an election is not so important as it is to learn to engage in democratic politics.

13 May 2019 12:07 AM

A lack of grace and wit: Sad story of Polls 2019

It would have been interesting even if the two spoke from the same stage, spelling out their respective views of what they want to do.

06 May 2019 12:32 AM

Crisis in Jet explodes myths over aviation

The crash-landing of private airlines like Jet Airways and Kingfisher is the norm of the market across the world.

30 Apr 2019 12:32 AM


Pragya’s Bhopal race: BJP taking a gamble?

But Pragya Thakur’s case doesn’t fall into the same playful category as that of Rajesh Khanna, Govinda and Poonam Sinha.

20 Apr 2019 1:34 AM

‘Josh’ won’t decide the outcome on May 23

The story of unequal rivals, a militant BJP on the one side and a supine Opposition on the other.

16 Apr 2019 12:52 AM

Rahul’s Wayanad move amid fears over Amethi

There is no need for Gandhi or the Congress to feel apologetic for choosing Wayanad.

03 Apr 2019 1:41 AM

‘Precision targeting’ is the BJP’s war strategy

The other big news is Amit Shah choosing to contest from Gandhinagar, the constituency of party patriarch L.K. Advani.

23 Mar 2019 12:00 AM

To ally or not to ally: A battle within Congress

Many of the experts hate the Congress and its domineering and cynical ways as much as they hate the Hindutva ideology of the BJP.

19 Mar 2019 12:00 AM