Articles by Kartikeya
Nov 11, 2012
Modi government and the judiciary: A lesson in governanceWith the magnitude of corruption affecting the nation, the biggest victory for government of Gujarat has been the MB Shah Commission of Inquiry rejecting all allegations of corruption and illegality in land allotments to industries.
Oct 23, 2012
Modi's success is why Britain re-engaged with GujaratModi is why Britain boycotted Gujarat for all these years. Modi is also why it has changed its mind.
Oct 02, 2012
Bapu's idea: All individual rights flow from one's dutiesWe need to ask ourselves: if the state guarantees us our right to free speech, what is our universal duty we owe the world around us for this?
Sep 28, 2012
SC opinion on auctions clarifies — but also warnsThe Supreme Court has rightly given the executive its due, but it has also raised warnings on abuse of arbitrary policy meant to benefit a few.
Aug 28, 2012
Swamy’s grievance against SC in Chidu case looks validThe Supreme Court seems to have failed to really give a view on Subramanian Swamy's real issue against P Chidambaram
Aug 23, 2012
Gujarat Congress' Ghar nu ghar scheme: A meaningless tamashaThe Congress announced a Ghar nu Ghar programme for cheap urban housing for women in Gujarat and 28 lakh women have signed up. But the women are being taken for a ride based on an empty pre-election promise.
Jun 22, 2012
The ‘idea of Modi’ is more critical than his acceptabilityIs acceptability more important for a leader than his individuality and competence? This is the case for Modi.
May 12, 2012
The media has twisted SIT report on Modi out of shapeThe media has got it wrong in the way its has reported the SIT statement on what Modi said behind "four walls".
May 08, 2012
Amicus report on Modi full of infirmities, conjecturesThe report of the amicus curiae on Narendra Modi tries to put two and two together to arrive at five on the basis of doubtful evidence
May 07, 2012
The menace of female foeticide: Gujarat’s initiativesWhile this is a society-created problem, and a complete eradication of it will only come about with a change in the prevailing mindsets, governments can play a huge role in curbing this menace. Kartikeya Tanna tells us what Modi has done in Gujarat.