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Steady course

In a previous piece in this newspaper, penned a couple of days after election night in the United States of Am...

The inner eye: lessons for New India

His wife heavily gravid and going to deliver any moment, barrister M.K. Gandhi picked up pen and paper on May ...
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Vaccines: how effective are they against new strains?

It was just a year ago, in December 2019 that we first got to know about this new guest to this planet, the no...

Stroke of luck: Biden's race to presidency

Joe Biden is thrice-blessed. Not only did he win the Democratic nomination and then the presidential election,...

All you who bleed tonight

We await your return. Bleeding, or having bled to degrees that there is no more blood to bleed any more. That&...

Untrustworthy: Farmers and the Modi govt

It is in the nature of the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party to blame others for its own bunglings. Typically, the...

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Opinion  /  Published 25.01.21

On target: scope of money bills

A judgment may have a history that is not easy to disentangle. Not every Indian citizen was enthusiastic about the Aadhaar project when it was instituted. The scheme was legalized through a money bill...
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Opinion  /  Published 25.01.21

Great shame: Jai Shri Ram at Netaji's birth anniversary

Sir — It is shameful that on the occasion of the 125th birth anniversary of Subhas Chandra Bose, the chief minister of his home state was insulted by her own people at a programme organized by t...
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Opinion  /  Published 25.01.21

Untrustworthy: Farmers and the Modi govt

It is in the nature of the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party to blame others for its own bunglings. Typically, the Union agriculture minister, Narendra Singh Tomar, has passed the buck on to an “ext...
By The Editorial Board in

Opinion  /  Published 25.01.21

Stroke of luck: Biden's race to presidency

Joe Biden is thrice-blessed. Not only did he win the Democratic nomination and then the presidential election, but as a result of the events of January 6, he has taken office when the Republican Oppos...
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Opinion  /  Published 25.01.21

Steady course

In a previous piece in this newspaper, penned a couple of days after election night in the United States of America, I had maintained that irrespective of its outcome, India-US relations would remain ...
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Opinion  /  Published 24.01.21

Going bananas over fruit

Harry Houdini is no longer the unparalleled master of the vanishing trick. The Bharatiya Janata Party in Gujarat believes that it has pulled off a Houdini. The chief minister, Vijay Rupani, has rename...
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Opinion  /  Published 24.01.21

How Nitish Kumar won over Sikhs

The chief minister of Karnataka, BS Yediyurappa, and the Union home minister, Amit Shah, were found to admire one another during the latter’s recent visit to the state. The Lingayat strongman li...
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Opinion  /  Published 24.01.21

All you who bleed tonight

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Opinion  /  Published 24.01.21

Dear Siraj...

This is how achievements of aboriginal cricketers were reported in the press. The South Australian Register in 1854: “Charlie and the two Sams (aboriginal cricketers) are not ignorant of the usa...
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Opinion  /  Published 24.01.21

The inner eye: lessons for New India

His wife heavily gravid and going to deliver any moment, barrister M.K. Gandhi picked up pen and paper on May 21, 1900, in Durban, Natal, South Africa for ‘public work’. This time it was t...
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