As Gujarat went to the polls and the political discourse sank even lower, Rahul Gandhi's voice brought back a semblance of decency
Soldiers don't mind getting their hands dirty, or their faces soiled
The ongoing moustache protest is only the latest blot on the face of a nation that has failed to ensure even the safety of the Dalit community
Not giving women handy pockets, implies her being is more about style than substance
The men clearly thought it was okay to stalk the woman, that it was acceptable
'The Argumentative Indian' has come under censor board's scanner & being asked to make few cuts
When T N Seshan took over as chief election commissioner, electoral malpractices were the norm
In this age of fake news and half-truth, there are so many things I cannot say for sure anymore
Fate of the Dancing Girl is being steered in the direction of country's politics
Instead of being a facilitator, each political formation has only tried to be an ATM for freebies
Fake News is far more brazen, and deliberately pushes disinformation our way to misdirect us
The country's top court choosing to reduce nationalism to performing a ritual compulsorily does not augur well for democracy
Last week, I encountered a question I wish no child would ever feel the need to ask. "Has there ever been a time when there was peace in the world?" my daughter asked me. And then, after some thinking, she answered the question herself: "Probably ...
War, and proxy war, demand and always extract a price - from both sides. But how do you make a neighbour, who will simply not stop provoking, and the jingoists see this?
Are we better off than we were yesterday? Look at our home