Mihir Swarup Sharma


'Mihir Swarup Sharma' - 50 News Result(s)

  • BJP Proves Vikas With Focus On Rahul Gandhi's Temple Visit

    BJP Proves <i>Vikas</i> With Focus On Rahul Gandhi's Temple Visit

    This single-minded focus on development and lordly unconcern for the activities of the hapless Gandhi scion demonstrates that the BJP is quite unworried about the results of the forthcoming Gujarat polls.

  • Rahul Gandhi Inherits A Party, But Is Unlikely To Turn It Around

    Rahul Gandhi Inherits A Party, But Is Unlikely To Turn It Around

    The real question has never been whether Rahul Gandhi will take over the post of President of his party. It is whether he will try to be Prime Minister -- and, if not, who the Gandhi Congress' choice will be.

  • Rahul Gandhi Cannot Win Gujarat, But Here's What He Must Prove

    Rahul Gandhi Cannot Win Gujarat, But Here's What He Must Prove

    For the Gandhi Congress, this energy is not I think a battle for revival, it is a battle for survival. They are not looking to win, they are simply trying to look like a credible opposition. For even along that limited axis, they seemed to have been failing earlier.

  • Arun Jaitley Just Proved Arun Shourie Right

    Arun Jaitley Just Proved Arun Shourie Right

    India's public sector banks have been weighed down by bad loans -- which means they are unable to lend more without further stressing their balance sheet.

  • When Rahul Gandhi Starts Getting Retweeted More Than Modi

    When Rahul Gandhi Starts Getting Retweeted More Than Modi

    @OfficeOfRG got 2,784 retweets in September on average, as compared to 2,506 for Modi and and 1,722 for Arvind Kejriwal. So far in October, they say, he's scoring even better, at 3,812.

  • Modi Has A Problem, But Rahul Gandhi Unable To Capitalize On It

    Modi Has A Problem, But Rahul Gandhi Unable To Capitalize On It

    There's no doubt that there's at least some amount of discontent at the state of the economy, and how it has affected people's personal fortunes.

  • Did Modi Just Admit To Leading India's Second-Worst Government?

    Did Modi Just Admit To Leading India's Second-Worst Government?

    It was a typically impressive Modi performance, mingling mythological references (Karna's gloomy charioteer in the Mahabharata) with robust defences of his record in office, repositioning of himself as an "outsider", and, of course, the usual trenchant attacks on the Congress.

  • Where Is Modi, The Economic Modernizer?

    Where Is Modi, The Economic Modernizer?

    Now that growth has naturally slowed, as was inevitable, given the policy choices that Modi made, how will he balance these narratives? Can he afford to lose those middle-class voters who might actually conclude that he has done a bad job with the economy?

  • Wrong To Attack Modi On High Petrol Prices

    Wrong To Attack Modi On High Petrol Prices

    It's a constant puzzle to me that so many of the critics of the Narendra Modi government - including, in fact led by, the Congress party - want to blame it for some of the few things it does right on the economy. The current attack on the government's pricing policy for petroleum products such as petrol is Exhibit A here as far as I'm concerned.

  • Spin Aside, This Is How To Read Modi's Cabinet Changes

    Spin Aside, This Is How To Read Modi's Cabinet Changes

    Don't get lost in the praise, the spin, and the triumphalism. This is a confused reshuffle from a government that cannot find its way to providing effective governance.

  • Modi Regime Wise To Not Claim Victory Over China

    Modi Regime Wise To Not Claim Victory Over China

    This was diplomacy, not war. What matters is this: cooler heads have prevailed, on both sides.

  • Supreme Court's 9-0 Verdict On Privacy Changes Us Forever

    Supreme Court's 9-0 Verdict On Privacy Changes Us Forever

    The BJP, of course, has swiftly moved to do what it does best: trying to take credit for something it has nothing to do with, or perhaps solidly opposed.

  • What Trump's Speech On India And Pak Means For Modi Government

    What Trump's Speech On India And Pak Means For Modi Government

    There is much that New Delhi can take away that is positive from Trump's latest broadside.

  • In Dealing With China, Modi's Running Out Of Options

    In Dealing With China, Modi's Running Out Of Options

    For reasons internal to China, this confrontation has provoked a response that is unparalleled in its rhetorical ferocity and that also shows no signing of slowing down.

  • Nitish Kumar's Ideology Wins The Day, No Doubt

    Nitish Kumar's Ideology Wins The Day, No Doubt

    Of course, it is pure coincidence that Kumar's JD(U) and the BJP together have a majority of one in the Bihar Assembly. Such things as arithmetic can have no bearing on Kumar's decisions, only his conscience does.

'Mihir Swarup Sharma' - 50 News Result(s)

  • BJP Proves Vikas With Focus On Rahul Gandhi's Temple Visit

    BJP Proves <i>Vikas</i> With Focus On Rahul Gandhi's Temple Visit

    This single-minded focus on development and lordly unconcern for the activities of the hapless Gandhi scion demonstrates that the BJP is quite unworried about the results of the forthcoming Gujarat polls.

  • Rahul Gandhi Inherits A Party, But Is Unlikely To Turn It Around

    Rahul Gandhi Inherits A Party, But Is Unlikely To Turn It Around

    The real question has never been whether Rahul Gandhi will take over the post of President of his party. It is whether he will try to be Prime Minister -- and, if not, who the Gandhi Congress' choice will be.

  • Rahul Gandhi Cannot Win Gujarat, But Here's What He Must Prove

    Rahul Gandhi Cannot Win Gujarat, But Here's What He Must Prove

    For the Gandhi Congress, this energy is not I think a battle for revival, it is a battle for survival. They are not looking to win, they are simply trying to look like a credible opposition. For even along that limited axis, they seemed to have been failing earlier.

  • Arun Jaitley Just Proved Arun Shourie Right

    Arun Jaitley Just Proved Arun Shourie Right

    India's public sector banks have been weighed down by bad loans -- which means they are unable to lend more without further stressing their balance sheet.

  • When Rahul Gandhi Starts Getting Retweeted More Than Modi

    When Rahul Gandhi Starts Getting Retweeted More Than Modi

    @OfficeOfRG got 2,784 retweets in September on average, as compared to 2,506 for Modi and and 1,722 for Arvind Kejriwal. So far in October, they say, he's scoring even better, at 3,812.

  • Modi Has A Problem, But Rahul Gandhi Unable To Capitalize On It

    Modi Has A Problem, But Rahul Gandhi Unable To Capitalize On It

    There's no doubt that there's at least some amount of discontent at the state of the economy, and how it has affected people's personal fortunes.

  • Did Modi Just Admit To Leading India's Second-Worst Government?

    Did Modi Just Admit To Leading India's Second-Worst Government?

    It was a typically impressive Modi performance, mingling mythological references (Karna's gloomy charioteer in the Mahabharata) with robust defences of his record in office, repositioning of himself as an "outsider", and, of course, the usual trenchant attacks on the Congress.

  • Where Is Modi, The Economic Modernizer?

    Where Is Modi, The Economic Modernizer?

    Now that growth has naturally slowed, as was inevitable, given the policy choices that Modi made, how will he balance these narratives? Can he afford to lose those middle-class voters who might actually conclude that he has done a bad job with the economy?

  • Wrong To Attack Modi On High Petrol Prices

    Wrong To Attack Modi On High Petrol Prices

    It's a constant puzzle to me that so many of the critics of the Narendra Modi government - including, in fact led by, the Congress party - want to blame it for some of the few things it does right on the economy. The current attack on the government's pricing policy for petroleum products such as petrol is Exhibit A here as far as I'm concerned.

  • Spin Aside, This Is How To Read Modi's Cabinet Changes

    Spin Aside, This Is How To Read Modi's Cabinet Changes

    Don't get lost in the praise, the spin, and the triumphalism. This is a confused reshuffle from a government that cannot find its way to providing effective governance.

  • Modi Regime Wise To Not Claim Victory Over China

    Modi Regime Wise To Not Claim Victory Over China

    This was diplomacy, not war. What matters is this: cooler heads have prevailed, on both sides.

  • Supreme Court's 9-0 Verdict On Privacy Changes Us Forever

    Supreme Court's 9-0 Verdict On Privacy Changes Us Forever

    The BJP, of course, has swiftly moved to do what it does best: trying to take credit for something it has nothing to do with, or perhaps solidly opposed.

  • What Trump's Speech On India And Pak Means For Modi Government

    What Trump's Speech On India And Pak Means For Modi Government

    There is much that New Delhi can take away that is positive from Trump's latest broadside.

  • In Dealing With China, Modi's Running Out Of Options

    In Dealing With China, Modi's Running Out Of Options

    For reasons internal to China, this confrontation has provoked a response that is unparalleled in its rhetorical ferocity and that also shows no signing of slowing down.

  • Nitish Kumar's Ideology Wins The Day, No Doubt

    Nitish Kumar's Ideology Wins The Day, No Doubt

    Of course, it is pure coincidence that Kumar's JD(U) and the BJP together have a majority of one in the Bihar Assembly. Such things as arithmetic can have no bearing on Kumar's decisions, only his conscience does.

  • Venkaiah Naidu Rewarded For More Than Loyalty To Modi

    Venkaiah Naidu Rewarded For More Than Loyalty To Modi

    Only two people know the reasoning behind decisions taken by the Bharatiya Janata Party: Narendra Modi and Amit Shah. Venkaiah Naidu may have wanted the job, but that's not usually an asset in Modi's eyes, or Shah's. So what else could have set him apart from the pack?

  • Rahul Gandhi Meet With China Envoy Latest Self-Goal By Congress

    Rahul Gandhi Meet With China Envoy Latest Self-Goal By Congress

    If Gandhi was going to meet the ambassador, he should have emerged and declared that he had gone to convey his support for the government's stand, and to indicate political unity at home.

  • Namma Metro Anger Over Hindi Signs Is Part Of Growing Trend

    <i>Namma</i> Metro Anger Over Hindi Signs Is Part Of Growing Trend

    Hindi fanatics in the north have in fact long argued that they are second-class citizens, behind English-speakers.

  • Modi's Approach To China Has Done Us Proud

    Modi's Approach To China Has Done Us Proud

    This is, frankly, the first time that I have felt that the Modi government has taken a stand that the preceding government would have balked at doing.

  • Indian IT Was Lazy, Slow And Ostrich-Like. Crisis No Surprise

    Indian IT Was Lazy, Slow And Ostrich-Like. Crisis No Surprise

    We have created a slow and lazy IT sector, which invests too little in itself, in its people, and in the future.

  • With Delhi Result, BJP Agenda Is Clear - Governance Not Included

    With Delhi Result, BJP Agenda Is Clear - Governance Not Included

    Unlike the Congress when it was in power, the BJP understands the power of narrative - and the power of deflection. The Congress chose to weakly defend its record of governance, instead of changing the subject massively. The BJP, clearly, has no such intention.

  • The Breathless Praise For Modi In "Getting" Vijay Mallya

    The Breathless Praise For Modi In "Getting" Vijay Mallya

    There is something pathological about how we report and respond to news these days. Whatever may have happened, even if relatively routine and predictable, is presented as one of three or four narratives, mostly to do with Narendra Modi.

  • Why Delhi Appears To Be Turning Against Kejriwal

    Why Delhi Appears To Be Turning Against Kejriwal

    Is Arvind Kejriwals dream dead? Perhaps. That is certainly one big possibility when one looks at the results being declared of by-elections across India. But before that, you have to ignore the rest of the noise.

  • China Has Substantially Mishandled Relationship With Modi

    China Has Substantially Mishandled Relationship With Modi

    It isn't India, but China that's playing with fire at the moment.

  • A Review Of Chief Minister Adityanath's Early Days In Office

    A Review Of Chief Minister Adityanath's Early Days In Office

    Choosing the direction of his government is entirely Adityanath's prerogative. If he believes that it should be oriented towards the three traditional Hindutva concerns - Ram, Cow and Muslim - then he has every right to push it in that direction, subject, of course, to the checks on executive authority that the constitution provides. Who knows? A g...

  • Professional, Hungry BJP Outwits Congress Completely

    Professional, Hungry BJP Outwits Congress Completely

    What was the Congress thinking? That state governors are still 10 Janpath appointees instead of coming from Nagpur and Ashoka Road? It still has the entitled lethargy it displayed in government, and none of the hunger that a party that has practically no governments to its name should display.

  • 3 Big Take-Aways From BJP's Uttar Pradesh Triumph

    3 Big Take-Aways From BJP's Uttar Pradesh Triumph

    Here's the big picture: Modi and Shah can celebrate. UP can perhaps look forward to what it has long lacked: co-ordination between state and central governments to solve development problems. In 2019, Modi will start with a giant head start. But he will also, for the first time be playing defence, with no state governments or Congress to blame. Let...

  • Exit Polls Show Modi On A Congress-Mukt Roll

    Exit Polls Show Modi On A Congress-<i>Mukt</i> Roll

    Of course, these polls will be forgotten once the real results start coming in on Saturday. But nothing that they have revealed dents the meta-narrative that has been true for months, even years, now: that Narendra Modi is proceeding swiftly, with assistance from the AAP, towards his long-term goal of a Congress-mukt Bharat.

  • BJP's Huge Win Means It Will Also Inherit The Congress' Curse

    BJP's Huge Win Means It Will Also Inherit The Congress' Curse

    Essentially, the BJP is the new Congress. And, in many words, terrible as this is for the Congress, it's not great news for the BJP either.

  • Budget Shows Modi Has Found His Narrative For 2019

    Budget Shows Modi Has Found His Narrative For 2019

    There is only one way to evaluate policy in Narendra Modi's India: how many patriotic WhatsApp messages can it spawn? By that yardstick at least, his government's fourth budget is a tremendous success.

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