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Sportsmen aren't statesmen, argues Shekhar Gupta, and says he'd rather have India be the No.1 team in the hands of arrogant cricketers like Virat Kohli.
Speaking at Off the Cuff, Sinha says Modi government has put in place drivers of robust growth in future.
There are growing whispers about leaders being upset with arrogance and the excessive “Gujaratisation” and “Congressification” of BJP.
As Gita Gopinath is appointed the IMF chief economist, we revisit an interview with Shekhar Gupta on Walk The Talk.
The latest ‘National Interest’ column, published 23 June, has elicited backlash and support in equal measure. New Delhi: When he argued that the aggressive, ‘my-way-or-the-highway’ line pushed by India’s ‘liberal’ elite actually helped the illiberal Right, ThePrint Editor-in-Chief Shekhar Gupta divided the internet and the discourse in general. His latest ‘National Interest’ column, published 23 June, has elicited backlash and support in equal measure, with critics calling it unfair and backers hailing it as a piece that hits the nail on its head. Here’s a round-up of some of the opinions on the column: Vijay Chauthaiwale, in-charge of the BJP’s foreign affairs department “Shekhar Gupta has rightly exposed the psyche of liberals in general and the Indian liberals in specific,” Chauthaiwale wrote in a column for ThePrint. He goes on to list what he believes are the eight “salient features of the Indian liberal”, which include praising Akbar and the Nehru dynasty, and being overtly pro-Muslim and anti-Hindu....
It is the duty of the liberals to warn people against the dangers of the politics of majoritarianism.
Gupta, a veteran journalist founded ThePrint last year
We have the broad framework ready. It will be forward-looking, focus on sustainable growth and ease of doing business
Three sons of the legendary Raj Kapoor explain what it was like to work with him and why his films continue to remain relevant.
Don’t just look at the two commando-comic channels and get brainwashed into believing everybody is like that and pronounce the end of Indian journalism.