Opinion: Dakshina Kannada - BJP's Domain, Now Ripe For CongressSanjal Shastri | Monday April 10, 2023
Dakshina Kannada will be a close fight. The unease amongst grassroots volunteers and sections of the OBCs is a matter of concern for the BJP but one of possibilities for the Congress.
Opinion: Bengaluru Can't Deal With SVB If It Is Stuck In TrafficAndy Mukherjee | Bloomberg | Monday April 10, 2023
Bengaluru has been dealt a terrible hand by politicians. India's software powerhouse earned its spurs by managing tech for global multinationals. Now it's even shielding local startups from the falling debris in US banking.
Opinion: Why GPT-4 Can Turn Against All Of HumanityNiall Ferguson, Bloomberg | Monday April 10, 2023
It is not every day that I read a prediction of doom as arresting as Eliezer Yudkowsky's in Time magazine last week.
Opinion: Rahul Gandhi Needs To Keep The Narrative Local As He Campaigns In KolarTM Veeraraghav | Friday April 07, 2023
As Rahul Gandhi gets set to start his 'Satyameva Jayate' campaign from Kolar - will he keep the emphasis firmly local?
Opinion: The Riveting Trump Reality Show, Starring American DemocracyHarsh V. Pant | Friday April 07, 2023
America's first reality-show president is hell-bent on making American democracy a reality show. It remains to be seen if after the theater ends, the US will still have the resilience to continue to be a "City upon a Hill."
Opinion: Why Congress Is A Classic Case Study In HR DisasterShubhabrata Bhattacharya | Friday April 07, 2023
A case study by HR experts may like to analyse how a series of such self-goals derailed the behemoth called the Indian National Congress.
Blog: Don't Read Too Much Into Kichcha Sudeep's Support For "Uncle Bommai"Maya Sharma | Thursday April 06, 2023
Kannada film stars - the ones at the top of their game - seem to be more interested in sticking to their day job. Perhaps they prefer to deal with the uncertainty of the Friday first day first show rather than the rough & tumble of electoral politics
Opinion: Dear BJP, You Need To Take A Hard Look In The MirrorDerek O'Brien | Tuesday April 04, 2023
On its Foundation Day, amid all the gala celebrations, the 'world's largest political party (sic)' would do well to take a long, hard look at itself in a mirror.
Opinion: Criticising 2-Faced Ilamas - A Case For Simultaneous ElectionsBibek Debroy, Aditya Sinha | Tuesday April 04, 2023
Despite its numerous benefits, some political parties have criticised the idea of simultaneous elections.
Opinion: Founders Beware - The Devil's In The Term Sheet DetailsPankaj Mishra | Monday April 03, 2023
It's time to start a crowdsourcing movement for creating templates for a truly "founder-friendly" term sheet.
Opinion: Bengaluru Reads Your X-Ray. Chennai May Train Your DoctorAndy Mukherjee | Bloomberg | Monday April 03, 2023
India's capabilities in software are entering a new phase. The industry that came into its own at the turn of the millennium has remained fixated on providing outsourced services at a fraction of code-writing cos
Opinion: Much Ado About PM's DegreesShubhabrata Bhattacharya | Saturday April 01, 2023
William Shakespeare's 1599 comedy "Much Ado About Nothing" seems to echo in India's contemporary political discourse.
Opinion: Can BJP Crack The Vokkaliga Code In Karnataka This Time?Chandan Gowda | Thursday March 30, 2023
Over the last two decades, the BJP has been able to extract support from some sections of Vokkaligas in the urban centres of Bengaluru and Mysore, and in Malnad, Kodagu and Dakshina Kannada.
Opinion: Kejriwal's Great Gamble As He Drops His Restraint On ModiAshutosh | Thursday March 30, 2023
Arvind Kejriwal is back in form. He is aggressive. He is attacking the Prime Minister fiercely. He is not holding back, even if it means getting personal - something he has firmly avoided in recent years
Opinion: Don't Just Drink AI Kool-Aid - Make It Work For PeoplePankaj Mishra | Tuesday March 28, 2023
While Silicon Valley is the birthplace of AI, the technology will meet its true societal purpose only in India.