Articles by Sanjeev-Srivastava
Dec 04, 2011
How can you assign to the past, a man who never looked back?Firstpost's Sanjeev Srivastava writes about his first meeting with Dev Anand on the silver screen and the many off-screen ones that followed.
Dec 02, 2011
Pak has not kept any of its promises on 26/11, says ChiduHome Minister Chidambaram says Pakistan has not delivered on any of its post-26/11 promises. In a lighter vein, he also feels the home ministry needs a younger person to head it.
Nov 30, 2011
So far silent, will Sonia roll back FDI in retail?Sonia Gandhi has maintained a conspicuous silence on FDI so far. Amid reports that many Congress MP's are uncomfortable with the measure, will she use the Parliamentary meeting to roll it back?
Nov 29, 2011
The enemy within: Why Manmohan can't go for broke this time aroundAlthough Manmohan Singh went for broke over the nuclear deal in 2008, he did so with a united Congress party behind him. He does not have that luxury this time around.
Nov 29, 2011
Lose face or lose the government: The UPA's FDI conundrumWill the government be able to hold their stand on FDI as the opposition and its own allies call for its rollback?
Nov 28, 2011
Kingfisher dupes employees, deducted tax not deposited with IT dept: Indian ExpressThe Indian Express has reported that cash strapped airline Kingfisher has been cutting income tax and EPF from its employees and not depositing it
Nov 24, 2011
Newspapers go Tata-centricThe Tata succession has predictably dominated the media today
Nov 23, 2011
Talks between Govt-Left break down, winter session on very thin iceThe government is scrambling to come to an agreement with opposition parties to ensure the winter session does not snowball into chaos
Nov 21, 2011
Will our MP's actually do any work in Parliament this session?The jury is out on whether the winter session will be more productive than the disastrous monsoon session earlier this year
Nov 20, 2011
Over 40-day yatra, Advani establishes himself as BJP's tallest leaderWith team Anna falling apart and politics playing its everyday game, Advani's last day seemed brighter than his first.