Wednesday, 14 November, 2018

National Interest

Illustration by Arindam Mukherjee

Amit Shah & Modi are playing with a fire that doesn’t distinguish between Muslim & Hindu

Assam will be a key issue for BJP in the upcoming 2019. elections But it could end up as a toxic cocktail that targets Hindus as well.
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When Rahul says ‘Happy Birthday’ & turns India’s entire political science on its head

Charming enemy’s best friend shows political rules are being rewritten. Only objective: Anybody but Modi, even if it isn’t me.

You can take Rahul out of Pappu but not the Pappu out of Rahul

A Rahul Gandhi who hugs his inner Pappu is Narendra Modi’s clear challenger and target for 2019.
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He had everything, but Modi missed a brilliant chance to fix the messy Indian military

Modi government had a rare chance to reform and modernise India’s military. But it blew the chance and settled instead for tinkering.
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Bollywood’s Royals: Brave heroes on screen, spineless zeroes off it

Hindi cinema is the richest, starriest business in our popular culture. Why is it also the most pusillanimous,going with the wind?
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India’s foreign relations are in tatters and the Modi government has only itself to blame

Modi’s diplomatic ‘conquests’ are history and India’s foreign relations resemble a train-wreck due to the government’s missteps.
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The holier-than-cow Indian liberal elite is actually Modi’s best friend and ally

Liberals can go ahead and pour scorn on Modi. It will only strengthen his base and reaffirm the myth of victimhood.
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Thanks to Modi govt’s woolly-headedness, it’s 1993 in Kashmir again

Both countries treat Kashmir as a blood feud, and they will continue the fight till the last Kashmiri.
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Lousy economics & lousier politics: Modi govt acting like any other panicky last-year govt

A series of bypoll losses has pushed the Modi government into panic mode. Uncharacteristically, it’s letting events dictate its actions.
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Death of Indian media is fake news. But scary, some greedy owners fall for a silly con

Journalists don’t need to wallow in shame as none of them have been caught in the Cobrapost sting.
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India has a new political divide —Majority kanwarias vs elite Halloweeners

Modi-BJP govt draw their instincts from the street and respond likewise. This has flummoxed the Congress and isolated the critical elite.