Opinion: A Different "Centre Vs State" Battle In KarnatakaNarendar Pani | Wednesday March 01, 2023
Just as the BJP would like to project the coming elections in Karnataka as a Modi-versus-Rahul battle, the Congress would prefer to see it as one between the national and the local.
Opinion: Manish Sisodia And AAP Cannot Avoid Some QuestionsAshutosh | Tuesday February 28, 2023
Is Manish Sisodia paying the price for not standing up to his boss Arvind Kejriwal? Or is he the victim of a larger conspiracy to destabilise the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) government, as the party has long suggested?
Blog: Chasing Alia Bhatt Into Her Living RoomJyotsna Mohan Bhargava | Saturday February 25, 2023
In the social media-verse where it is all about getting clicks, reels and instant gratification, privacy is collateral damage. The word 'privacy' is not in the lexicon of that entitled bunch called the paparazzi.
Opinion: With ChatGPT, The Ethical Time Bomb Is TickingJaspreet Bindra | Thursday February 23, 2023
The thing to remember about Generative AI models, including ChatGPT, is that they are not optimised for the truth, they strategize to be plausible instead of truthful.
Opinion: The Curious Lack Of Urgency In Opposition Ahead Of 2024Ashutosh | Wednesday February 22, 2023
Opposition unity has grown more complicated than before, and if we try to understand its mechanism through the old prism, it will be a mistake.
Opinion: Thank God For Independent MindsRajmohan Gandhi | Tuesday February 21, 2023
The friend who sent me this wonderful story adds: "I am speechless at Mohan's courage and diligent effort in this entire episode."
Excerpt: How Maulana Azad Prevented A Congress Split Before IndependenceS. lrfan Habib | Monday February 20, 2023
Exclusive excerpt from 'Maulana Azad: A Life' by S. lrfan Habib.
Blog: Baba's Bulldozer Has Come Home To RoostMohd Asim | Monday February 20, 2023
Belief in rule of law and due process is the only way to put the brakes on this obscenity. Belief that governance is best done by the book, not by bulldozer.
Opinion: The Dangers Of Election Commission's Sena OrderPriyanka Chaturvedi | Sunday February 19, 2023
The Election Commission handed over the party name and symbol to the very same faction that betrayed the leadership and chose to run to Surat, Guwahati and Goa before forming a government in Maharashtra along with the BJP.
Blog: Bulldozers, Now Most Feared In Jammu And KashmirNazir Masoodi | Friday February 17, 2023
The bulldozer has become the most feared tool in Jammu and Kashmir. More feared than guns and grenades.
Opinion: Bharat Jodo Yatra Was Good. Rahul Gandhi, Now Move OnNilanjan Mukhopadhyay | Tuesday February 14, 2023
Modi and the BJP are formidable. Turning the tables on them is a mathematical possibility. But for that, Rahul Gandhi and his party both need to be far more creative and imaginative than they have been until now.
Opinion: Satya Nadella Declares Second Search War On GoogleJaspreet Bindra | Tuesday February 14, 2023
At the heart of this game is the fact that Search is not Microsoft's main business - it has market leading, super-profitable growth businesses in enterprise software, the cloud and gaming.
Opinion: There's Something Different About Rahul GandhiAshutosh | Thursday February 09, 2023
It may still be open to debate whether Rahul's latest endeavour will fetch votes for the party and reinstall the party in the driver's seat. But it cannot be denied that Rahul Gandhi has finally grasped what his party needs.
Opinion: Forgive Me If I'm Not Crying For MusharrafVir Sanghvi | Wednesday February 08, 2023
How did you feel when you heard that General Pervez Musharraf had died? Were you sad? Were you overjoyed? Did you feel a tinge of sorrow and regret? Or did you find it hard to control your jubilation? I'll tell you how I felt.
Opinion: Don't Be Shocked If Mughal Art, Cuisine Get New NamesRajmohan Gandhi | Monday February 06, 2023
A renamed building or garden may not be able to protest, but we know that human beings don't like it when others give them new names.