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  • Blog: 10 Big Points From Mumbai Result Like Aaditya's Appeal, Fadnavis Factor
    Tejas Mehta
    Spin doctors can take it easy. Look at it upar se or neeche se. Or look at it straight in the eye. There is only one conclusion after the results of Mumbai's civic body elections: it's an absolutely stunning and staggering saffron sweep.
    Blog
  • Opinion: Devendra Fadnavis And The Art Of Winning Mumbai
    Rana Ayyub
    Nagpur boy Devendra Fadnavis and his one-time political rival and union Minister Nitin Gadkari have managed to retain Maharashtra for the BJP.
    Opinion
  • Blog: How BJP Has Recovered From Phase 1 in UP
    IP Bajpai
    Prime Minister Narendra Modi suddenly declared last week in Kannauj that potatoes (along with onions) would be entitled to a guaranteed minimum support price, which means farmers won't be left at the mercy of the mandis.
    Blog
  • Blog: I Am A Professor. This Is How I Was Beaten Up At Ramjas
    Prasanta Chakravarty
    The college was a war-zone yesterday. So many people were roughed up, beaten. Bottles were thrown, there was complete chaos. All this went on till late in the night. It looked like a battleground.
    Blog
  • Opinion: The Straight Arrow, Brilliant Economist
    Jean Dreze
    Kenneth Arrow was among the rarest of rare economists - exceptionally brilliant, learned, gentle and public-spirited. His departure from this world earlier this week, at the handsome age of 95, was a huge loss not only for the economics profession but for all of us.
    Opinion
  • Opinion: Ambani's Next 100 Million Jio Customers Won't Be As Easy
    Andy Mukherjee, Bloomberg Gadfly
    If Ambani can double the number of subscribers, and get at least $4 from each of them, investors who endured seven lean years will get a decent harvest.
    Opinion
  • Opinion: Sex Crime Against Kerala Actor Shows Disturbing Trends
    Brinda Karat
    The present case highlights the utter degeneration of basic values. The rate of crimes against women in Kerala has been on the rise and has crossed the national average.
    Opinion
  • Opinion: I Didn't Think I'd Ever Leave The CIA. But Because Of Trump, I Quit.
    Edward Price, The Washington Post
    Nearly 15 years ago, I informed my skeptical father that I was pursuing a job with the Central Intelligence Agency. Among his many concerns was that others would never believe I had resigned from the agency when I sought my next job. "Once CIA, always CIA," he said. But that didn't give me pause. This wouldn't be just my first real job, I thought t...
    Opinion
  • Opinion: Mehbooba Is Kashmir's Big Disappointment
    Mani Shankar Aiyar
    The terrible summer months of last year seem to have taught no lessons to either Modi or Mehbooba. That they have taught no lessons to Modi is understandable: he has long been past any learning. But it is heart-breaking that Mehbooba, who was looked upon as a kind of mother-figure till she fell into the trap set by Modi, has lost much of her credib...
    Opinion
  • Opinion: Modi<i>ji</i>, This Is Not The Language Of A <i>Vikas Purush</i>
    Rana Ayyub
    This is 2017 and as Prime Minister Narendra Modi's followers insist, we "liberals" remain stuck on his alleged role in 2002 and not his development agenda. One can agree that the allegations have grains of truth in it. But every time, we the liberals try to focus on the work done by the NDA government or hear Modi speak about the welfare of UP, he ...
    Opinion

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