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  • How RSS sends clear signals to intended groups while evading accountability

    06-09-2021 10:36:00

    RSS effort to distance itself from Panchjanya as thin as its claim of being a 'cultural organisation'

  • Nilanjan Mukhopadhyay: RSS-Modi in sync on demonetisation

    31-12-2016 02:09:00

    Based on RSS feedback, Modi told partymen that traders were not being targeted

  • Thackeray's true stripes

    23-07-2014 21:25:00

    Hindu Hriday Samrat underscores how Bal Thackeray was always the leader in absentia and how he allowed his aura to rule over the people

  • The will of a disruptor

    22-06-2014 22:25:00

    In early 1990, when Indian political reporting was widening its base from limited and structured coverage of government and Opposition politics, this writer was told by a newspaper's political bureau chief of that time to go and spend some time with ...

  • Narendra Modi: The authorised version

    29-04-2014 21:25:00

    The reviewer argued that the principal limitation of the book was that it continued to look at Mr Modi primarily through the prism of 2002

  • Mr Modi and the Godhra factor

    08-04-2014 21:25:00

    The Fiction of Fact-finding questions whether the SC took an appropriate decision by appointing the SIT in the first place

  • Nilanjan Mukhopadhyay: RSS faces a different Modi wave

    24-02-2014 21:46:00

    The Sangh's leadership has boxed itself into a tight situation. It now needs to wait and see if Modi can deliver in the Lok Sabha polls

  • Nilanjan Mukhopadhyay: AAP's road to politicisation

    05-01-2014 21:48:00

    While attempting to provide an alternative to the political system, the Aam Aadmi Party risks becoming a clone of one of the existing parties

  • A UP roller coaster

    21-08-2013 21:25:00

    Lord Ram stopped being a major draw in contemporary politics of Uttar Pradesh from the day that Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) veteran Lal Krishna Advani described as the "saddest day" in his life. December 6, 1992, made many Muslims in India realise ...

  • The doer as demagogue

    23-07-2013 21:46:00

    Reviving the 2002 discourse suggests Narendra Modi is unsure if the Gujarat Model will work at the all-India level

  • That stubborn stain on Modi's record

    20-07-2013 22:12:00

    His action after the Godhra train violence doesn't support the picture of an effective and no-nonsense deliverer of good governance

  • Chronicle of an election untold

    26-06-2013 21:25:00

    The author of this book was a Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) member of the Lok Sabha from 2004 to 2009. A former journalist and son of veteran BJP leader Jaswant Singh, he lost the election in 2009. He had previously failed in his maiden attempt at ...

  • Modi and Advani: The two faces of BJP's Hindutva

    11-06-2013 21:47:00

    Their differences underscore a major transition point in the political evolution of the saffron party