Modi government had a rare chance to reform and modernise India’s military. But it blew the chance and settled instead for tinkering.
Hindi cinema is the richest, starriest business in our popular culture. Why is it also the most pusillanimous,going with the wind?
Modi’s diplomatic ‘conquests’ are history and India’s foreign relations resemble a train-wreck due to the government’s missteps.
Liberals can go ahead and pour scorn on Modi. It will only strengthen his base and reaffirm the myth of victimhood.
Both countries treat Kashmir as a blood feud, and they will continue the fight till the last Kashmiri.
A series of bypoll losses has pushed the Modi government into panic mode. Uncharacteristically, it’s letting events dictate its actions.
Journalists don’t need to wallow in shame as none of them have been caught in the Cobrapost sting.
Some untold or barely told stories of Indian and Pakistani spymasters making peace on the sidelines of war.
He’s our most polarising leader, deeply hated by many but equally loved by more, especially the young. To extrapolate BJP’s struggles in Gujarat and Karnataka to 2019 is fatally complacent.
A spiced up, hyper-nationalist version of military history has been built: that politicians wronged the generals. No wonder PM Modi got his facts all mixed up.