But who gives a damn about whether you and I are slowly being poisoned by diesel...Certainly not car manufacturers, and seemingly not our governments.
While we haven't solved the problems of corruption, poverty, Kashmir and Bastar, and many more (and History will not forgive us if we don't), we can on this Independence Day say thank you for what we have managed to change.
I am just trying to figure out why, during what is called the silly season (summer downtime) of news, you guys are making yourselves look so silly (hope "silly" is not a criminal defamation suit-triggering word.)
Does Arvind Kejriwal have the agitator syndrome, where agitation is not just a means to an end but an end in itself, asks IP Bajpai.
Net neutrality is the big buzz in town. It has suddenly exploded on social media with multiple signature campaigns, most of which are in favour of keeping the net neutral. The government says it is waiting for two reports, one from its own committee, and the other from the Telecom Regulator (TRAI), which has put out a paper with suggestions and asked the public to re...
Some are funny, some are absurd and some are very worrying - a range of recent remarks by politicians places us in the silly season of politics as late spring makes way for summer.
Sunday's example, tweeted by Congress leader Ajay Maken, of VVIP entryat Talkatora Stadium in Delhi for the launch of AAP's anti-corruption helpline was perhaps the clearest sign of the more things change, the more they remain the same.
Don't obsess about keeping middle class happy, writes IP Bajpai.
Destined to fail, writes IP Bajpai.
BJP campaign drove large turnout, writes Ishwari Bajpai.