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Jul 26, 2011
The BJP has more or less kissed goodbye to 2014The BJP has become a television studio party in the absence of a clear leader at the national level. It is thus in no position to challenge the Congress in 2014.
Jul 25, 2011
DMK syndrome: Strong personalities and no structurePersonality-centric parties tend to be structurally weak. It is not about Stalin or Alagiri in the DMK, it’s about the vacuum in leadership created by the personality syndrome.
Jul 23, 2011
Shoot first, think later: How Pavlov rules our politiciansThe sense of urgency among our politicians is a manufactured one. In the unholy hurry to score political points they have sacrificed civility and self-respect.
Jul 21, 2011
Economic Reforms: The most disruptive change in IndiaHaving followed the economic reforms for two decades Raghav Bahl, founder of TV18 (now Network18) assess what's worked and what's not.
Jul 19, 2011
BJP for Rahul: How the party is handing out UP on a platterThe BJP seems to have given up on Uttar Pradesh even without a fight. It is a party in rigor mortis is a state that is crucial for any party with ultimate aims of ruling at the centre.
Jul 19, 2011
An agenda for Hillary ahead of today's Indo-US talksAs the India-US Strategic Dialogue gets under way, two US scholars outline the contours of the relationship, and an agenda for specific action.
Jul 18, 2011
Scotland Yard to 10 Downing: Phone hacking scandal stops at no oneThe phone hacking in Britain claimed another scalp at Scotland Yard as the assistant police commissioner John Yates resigned just one day after the head of Scotland Yard, Paul Stephenson, stood down.
Jul 12, 2011
Sonia lets PM have his way on many issues, but not allIs the PM his own man? Some doubts on that score were laid to rest with Tuesday's cabinet reshuffle. While the PM didn't get all he wanted, he got more of it than ever before.
Jul 05, 2011
Graft battle: Re-boot system to rediscover institutional verveIn these times of hyperventilating media and a compulsive obsessive attraction towards negativity, not much attention has been paid to the fact that some of the country’s institutions have responded exceedingly well to the challenge of issues like corruption.
Jul 05, 2011
Why Murli Deora may have outlived his utility to CongThe exit of Murli Deora from the Union Cabinet suggests that the Congress High Command wants to repair some of the damage caused by having too many ministers with corporate linkages