Articles by Bikram Vohra
May 24, 2018
Congress' observance of 'Betrayal Day' will earn it no political capital; it betrays people by causing pointless disruptionsBy raucously whipping up rabble-rousers & making negative comments with its Betrayal Day celebration, the Congress is not going to cut mustard with voters.
May 22, 2018
Air passenger charter a cosmetic courtesy that lets airlines off easy, offers customers cold comfortAt first flight, the offerings of the passenger charter offers a fresh wind beneath the wings of Indian aviation. My goodness, the government cares. But come a little closer and it is open to a not so buoyant scrutiny.
May 19, 2018
BSY quits as Karnataka chief minister: Voters are biggest losers in this drama as a clumsy system openly cheats themThe first lesson from the dismal chaos in Karnataka on Saturday is that there is nothing to celebrate. If anything it is a time for deep introspection because in all this packaging of political personalities and parties the voter has been totally sidelined.
May 18, 2018
Karnataka polls: Narendra Modi has an opportunity to present himself as a statesman by backing offIt is a great time for Narendra Modi to act like a statesman in Karnataka.
May 16, 2018
Karnataka election: TV channels peddling false narratives must be held accountable or Indian democracy will pay priceWhy can TV media get away with its spectacular failure to project the correct picture and indeed, by spreading a false story that BJP won enough seats to form Karnataka government?
May 14, 2018
Karnataka polls won't impact 2019: Narendra Modi and BJP should focus on jobs, not Rahul GandhiThe general elections are a year away and no one will care or remember what happened in Karnataka in May 2018.
May 12, 2018
Himanshu Roy's suicide reflects dire state of mental health in India, flags need for professional PTSD counsellingThe tragic death of Mumbai top cop Himanshu Roy by self-inflicted gunshot only underscores a very major lacuna in our country – the absence of counselling.
May 10, 2018
Karnataka polls: Another election campaign ruined as politicians choose personal attacks over real issuesThankfully, the electioneering or, more realistically, the badmouthing, sneering and below-the-belt campaigning in Karnataka is coming to an end.
May 07, 2018
Narendra Modi must sweep away India's wasteful habit of showering 'flowery praise' on political, religious mastersAs the head of this government, it is hoped Narendra Modi can order it stopped.
May 05, 2018
Karnataka polls: Narendra Modi took unwarranted liberty by using army to score points against CongressIt was fine for Narendra Modi to get into a slanging match with Rahul Gandhi in Karnataka, but he should have left the armed forces out of it.