Articles by Mahesh Vijapurkar
Jun 14, 2016
After all the brouhaha, Mumbai police decides not to file FIR against Tanmay BhatMumbai is a city where most people don’t care about the city. Even if some assionately do, the civic body does not keep the city the way it ought to be.
Jun 10, 2016
Impressive to lacklustre? NCP enters 15th year as its footprint withersToday is the 15th anniversary of the NCP, founded with grate élan, and in the belief, that instead of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), which was talking adversely of Sonia Gandhi’s Italian origins, it could capitalise it for itself in Maharashtra
Jun 06, 2016
Eknath Khadse's endeavour to come out unscathed exposes his double standardsIn Eknath Khadse's present endeavour to come out unscathed from a medley of allegation, he has implied that the sauce for the goose is not the sauce for the gander.
Jun 04, 2016
Forced to quit, Eknath Khadse tackles graft allegations with calmIt would be far too optimistic to expect that the probes on allegations against Khadse will arrive at a conclusion quickly.
May 27, 2016
In a crisis, it isn't resilience but the helplessness of Mumbaikars that lets them carry onMedia tends to celebrate the ‘resilience’ of the Mumbai residents. Every time a crisis occurs, they bear it with equanimity, and look to get on with their life.
May 25, 2016
Pledge of allegiance? West Bengal MLAs give Sonia Gandhi signed affidavit of loyaltyWest Bengal has come up with a new trick — getting the newly elected MLAs to sign their loyalties on stamped papers.
May 20, 2016
Digvijaya Singh's prescription for the Congress: More than 'deep surgery'Digvijaya Singh has truly set the cat among the Congress pigeons by admitting that the party requires 'deep surgery'
May 17, 2016
MCD bypolls: When AAP govt rules Delhi, how is it an outsider in civic elections?Kejriwal's statement was a quick spin for AAP's poor strike rate, compared to the 67 out of the 70 last election.
May 17, 2016
Don't decry 'judicial activism': Courts help those whom the system disownsA smart lawyer and astute politician, Jaitley has asked the judiciary to draw its own Lakshman Rekha.
May 16, 2016
Freebies belong in the past: Leaders should focus on honest governance instead of buying votesThe post-poll freebies, which are the promises made in the election manifestos, are the second level of lure, as has been the case in Tamil Nadu.