Mahesh Vijapurkar likes to take a worm’s eye-view of issues – that is, from the common man’s perspective. He was a journalist with The Indian Express and then The Hindu and now potters around with human development and urban issues.
Feb 13, 2015
After Delhi, it’s B’lore: AAP’s win suggests it has a future in city governance
Feb 11, 2015
Ready, set, slow: Can AAP avoid the pitfalls that come with absolute power?
Feb 7, 2015
Delhi polls: AAP, BJP, Cong made noise but didn’t say what they would do
Feb 2, 2015
A memorial for Dr Ambedkar: Why look to London when his Dadar house lies neglected?
Jan 29, 2015
Delhi poll strategy: BJP’s five questions to Kejriwal display a poverty of campaign ideas
Jan 6, 2015
Congress, NCP pay for electoral routs, recruitment drives turn into damp squib
Jan 3, 2015
Mumbai railway chaos: The anger is not at trains, but an uncaring govt
Dec 29, 2014
Graft unlimited: Freezing of Maharashtra irrigation projects causes no tremors
Dec 19, 2014
How seats bought in private medical colleges make healthcare expensive in India
Dec 5, 2014
Big fat Maharashtra reunion: Sena may get power, but has lost more than it gained