The Women's Reservation Bill tries to tackle a serious problem through a supposedly morally superior way but instead hurts democracy.
Every time there is a public event that involves Rahul Gandhi, you hope and pray that he won't embarrass his family and political party
Theresa May didn’t lose the UK General Election, but then she didn’t exactly win either
What if the accusations against NDTV India do turn out to be true, then will the many in the media own up to it and apologise?
Arnab Goswami is a deeply polarising figure. Maybe much more than the country’s Prime Minister.
The controversy around Ashoka University’s conduct has made die-hard supporters of free speech angry and upset.
Pakistani actors should not be banned from working in our film industry. Yes, despite the harm the Pakistan State has done to our country over many decades. Banning them is no solution. It’s unnecessary and nonsensical.
Trump has made the right call on tax cuts and regulations and deserves credit. Well, unless, he makes a U-turn again.
India’s cities symbolise both: What India should be and what it should not. The infrastructure has not kept pace with the ambition
A couple of key takeaways post the Democratic and Republican party conventions in the US: many people rightly believe that both nominees don’t deserve to run for President, they will only be voting for a candidate because they dislike the other more, political analysts are terrible at their job, the two party system and primaries need reform and Obama will be missed
But only if, one/fifth of the fear raised over Brexit was raised over immigration from EU, things may have turned out for different for Cameron and Corbyn.
The focus of debate around Udta Punjab should be on solving the drug abuse problem in Punjab, not just free speech or censorship.
Current government isn’t substantially different from the Congress era and maybe the Modi of 2016 needs to hear the speeches made by the Modi of 2014.