Articles by Srinivasa Prasad
May 28, 2017
Amit Shah confirms BS Yeddyurappa as chief ministerial candidate: Move aimed at silencing infighting in Karnataka BJPBy naming BS Yeddyurappa as the chief ministerial candidate, the BJP intends to do an Assam in Karnataka and snap up the southern state from the Indian National Congress.
May 27, 2017
Three years of Narendra Modi: It’s tough to judge a govt which is still a ‘work in progress’Prime Minister Narendra Modi himself is asking for feedback on his report card, though his enemies will tear to pieces any praise that he may receive from people.
May 25, 2017
Bengaluru rains wreak havoc once again: What Karnataka needs is a government that actually governsAfter the unspeakable destruction that a heavy downpour wreaked on south-eastern Bengaluru in July 2016, civic leaders had warned that it was a “wake-up call” to clean up the city’s clogged storm water drains and perk-up the infrastructure.
May 16, 2017
India's One Belt One Road boycott sent a message: India can now talk business to China at BRICS meetThere have been arguments within India that, by boycotting the Beijing meet, India was denying itself unending benefits of something as big as OBOR.
May 12, 2017
India must boycott China’s One Belt One Road summit in Beijing: Here's whyChina is doing something as audacious as this by inviting India to the Belt and Road Forum (Barf) summit in Beijing on 14-15 May.
May 08, 2017
Yeddyurappa vs Eshwarappa: Amit Shah may soon crack the whip on BJP’s feuding factions in KarnatakaThere are now unmistakable signs that Amit Shah is losing patience with the open war between BS Yeddyurappa and KS Eshwarappa within the BJP in a state where the party wants to win the Assembly elections in 2018 and bag most of the Lok Sabha seats a year later
May 07, 2017
TP Senkumar reinstated: Police reforms unlikely till states adopt SC's 2006 directives to the letterUntil the Supreme Court's 2006 directives are implemented to the letter across all states of India, TP Senkumar won’t be the last officer to be denied the police chief’s post for flimsy, political reasons
May 05, 2017
India's South Asia satellite is fine, but China is way ahead in wooing neighbours in spaceIts launch, minus Pakistan, is being billed as the biggest move India has ever made in space diplomacy.
May 01, 2017
Congress sacks Digvijaya Singh for Goa fiasco but Gandhi clan still immune to accountabilityIn Congress, this is not the first time that the word ‘accountability’ is being bandied about in whispers. All this should come as a no surprise to Digvijaya Singh.
Apr 25, 2017
Naxal attack in Chhattisgarh's Sukma: Modi govt should end silence on Pakistan-China-Maoists nexusThe nexus between India's Maoists with both, Pakistan-based Islamic terrorists and China, is not a figment of an overzealous investigator's imagination.