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  • Dance of the hemlock drinkers

    11-12-2018 02:04:00

    It is tempting to conjure up similar meetings in the course of the assembly elections as Mr Baker had done 50 years ago

  • Values and aberrations

    13-11-2018 00:04:00

    Human history is of evolution in desirable directions, but it is not without hiccups or even major reversals at times

  • How Patel became Sardar

    30-10-2018 20:47:00

    Vallabhbhai Patel's great claim to fame originated from his steely leadership of a struggle against a repressive regime, a good three decades before the achievement of states' unification

  • A small candle of hope

    08-10-2018 23:30:00

    The Peace Prize honouring indomitable individual courage and moral leadership is a most appropriate act of faith in these fraught times, as it was in 2014

  • Dwijendra Tripathi: The Business history pioneer

    12-09-2018 21:32:00

    Unlike most of his contemporaries on the IIM A faculty, Tripathi cultivated associations with the local academic circles and business community

  • Onward to Modi's Ajeya Bharat

    10-09-2018 23:25:00

    Regardless of whether the Modi government has managed the economy well, it has certainly been able to make economic management not such a hot-button issue

  • The two 'uncles'

    19-08-2018 23:54:00

    Atal Bihari Vajpayee and Ronald Wilson Reagan led their nations against all odds

  • This 'Mulk' of mine

    13-08-2018 21:01:00

    My mulk today is an odd collection of a million mutinies raging, large and small, as Sir Vidia Naipul so aptly put it, writes Shreekant Sambrani

  • Farm distress, MSPs and UBI

    12-07-2018 05:59:00

    Universal basic income as a concept is still a work in progress and needs much debate and elaboration. Its acceptance would be fraught with political risks

  • Unsound Modinomics of MSPs

    11-07-2018 05:57:00

    The consequences of overproduction of paddy and sugarcane are particularly grievous

  • From Nagpur, with 'love'

    12-06-2018 05:56:00

    Mr Mukherjee's rambling discourse on history and the Constitution would find few takers even among his own erstwhile party-men

  • Datarji's nursery

    12-05-2018 05:04:00

    When I thought I could write commentary in popular press, Datarji told me to keep reading Calcutta Diary (as it was then called) in Economic and Political Weekly

  • The Judges (removal) Case

    08-05-2018 05:59:00

    The judiciary is as much in need of transparency as it mandates for others

  • Modi the gladiator

    10-04-2018 05:56:00

    Mr Modi is the first state chief minister to have been the prime minister for nearly four years

  • Why do farmers in Maharashtra turn to govt with omnibus demands?

    13-03-2018 05:58:00

    The current protest may not break the rural vicious circle, but it has made India more aware of Bharat's distress