Such initiatives, spontaneous and innovative, deserve celebration instead of mindless criticism. These can rekindle hope, no matter how momentary, instead of the obvious despair. Both Prime Minister Modi and Nawaz Sharif have with equal grace seized upon every opportunity presented thus far.
"A government at war with everyone is hardly a government that can serve the interests of its citizens," writes Nalin S Kohli.
Nalin Kohli's take on the 100 days of AAP government in Delhi.
For what might have been a quiet Sunday, August 19 turned out to be a hyper-active political day. In the morning, Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed BJP members of Parliament and other office bearers during a day-long workshop. Within a couple of hours, Mr Rahul Gandhi addressed a farmers' rally. Between and beyond both events, the media sought to compare, analyse...
The Janata Parivar merger has finally been announced. Six primarily family (parivar) driven regional outfits have come together in a seemingly forced marriage of convenience, hoping to create an alternate pole to the BJP.
PM has struck real deals, writes Nalin S Kohli.
Bizarre appeals to so-called Muslim vote-bank, writes Nalin S Kohli.
Even now, no sign of punishing terror, writes Nalin S Kohli.
All talk and no experience, writes Nalin S Kohli.
Complaints of an NRI PM are wasted, writes Nalin S Kohli.