Mihir Swarup Sharma


'Mihir Swarup Sharma' - 106 News Result(s)

  • Opinion: The Big Change In This, Modi’s Fourth Speech – And Why

    Opinion: The Big Change In This, Modi’s Fourth Speech – And Why

    The Prime Minister emphasised that the decision to extend the lockdown came with the assent of - indeed, one might say at the behest of - state chief ministers. This follows ample publicity of his weekend meeting with Chief Ministers, as well as leaks and statements that they had asked for the extension.

  • Opinion: The Good And Ugly Of The Government's Economic Package

    Opinion: The Good And Ugly Of The Government's Economic Package

    When Prime Minister Narendra Modi first addressed the nation on March 19, he told us that a task force would be set up to deal with the economic effects of the coronavirus pandemic. It then took the government almost a week to come up with an economic relief package. This was not a positive beginning - the delay was mystifying, given that the expec...

  • Opinion: Kejriwal Didn't Stand Up To Modi - He Side-Stepped Him

    Opinion: Kejriwal Didn't Stand Up To Modi - He Side-Stepped Him

    If the BJP's campaign has been one of open malice, the AAP's campaign has been no less damaging to India's soul. This is a victory of not just cowardice, but of submission to the BJP's core values.

  • Opinion: A 'Thalinomics' Budget - Dangers Include Youth Without Jobs

    Opinion: A 'Thalinomics' Budget - Dangers Include Youth Without Jobs

    What we got in this Budget was not just 'pakodanomics', but 'thalinomics'. It was a mess of ideas, of mixed-up priorities - raising tariffs while insisting on creating more tradeable goods for exports, for example.

  • Opinion: Nirmala Sitharaman's Unenviable Job Is Being Made Harder

    Opinion: Nirmala Sitharaman's Unenviable Job Is Being Made Harder

    When a photo emerged of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, surrounded by his senior officials including Home Minister Amit Shah, meeting with economists this week, the internet had only one question: where was Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman?

  • Opinion: The JNU Attack Shows What Should Alarm Us - And What Next

    Opinion: The JNU Attack Shows What Should Alarm Us - And What Next

    For some years now, a narrative has been consciously and maliciously built up by the establishment, its pliant plants in the mainstream media and its shock troops on social media and WhatsApp.

  • Opinion: Jharkhand Shows BJP May Be Coming Down With The Congress' Disease

    Opinion: Jharkhand Shows BJP May Be Coming Down With The Congress' Disease

    The BJP's hold on the map of India has shrunk. In 2017, after the party's spectacular victory in Uttar Pradesh and Nitish Kumar's return to the NDA, the political map of the country was swathed in saffron.

  • Opinion: In Defense Of CAB, Amit Shah Can't Say What He Really Wants

    Opinion: In Defense Of CAB, Amit Shah Can't Say What He Really Wants

    The BJP is faced with an odd dual responsibility: it must show its angry cadre that it can do in the bright light of day what they have for years have had to whisper in the darkness. They will only be satisfied when it is said, openly, that India has no place for more Muslims and that there are too many of them already, and that they should go to P...

  • Opinion: Karnataka Result Exposes Weakness Of A Ho-Hum Coalition

    Opinion: Karnataka Result Exposes Weakness Of A Ho-Hum Coalition

    With every victory, whether won at the polls or through subsequent backroom dealing, the BJP's advantage grows sharper. For the opposition, whether the Congress or regional parties, the threat is existential.

  • Opinion: New Chinks In BJP's Armour Exposed In Last Week

    Opinion: New Chinks In BJP's Armour Exposed In Last Week

    It was not the best of weeks for Narendra Modi and the Bharatiya Janata Party. Two central planks of its all-conquering image were severely eroded: the notion that the economy is in safe hands with Modi in charge, and the idea that the BJP is some sort of unconquerable political juggernaut that can never be out-maneuvered by its opponents.

  • Opinion: Ayodhya Verdict A Moment Of Profound Political Change

    Opinion: Ayodhya Verdict A Moment Of Profound Political Change

    The power of politics is to make what was once bitterly contested seem inevitable when it eventually comes to pass. Today, the Ram temple seems inevitable; but that is because of completeness of the victory of temple politics.

  • Opinion: Survival Tips For India's Opposition In The Modi Era

    Opinion: Survival Tips For India's Opposition In The Modi Era

    Remember: the Opposition did not win these elections. So it should not celebrate. It has a long, hard road back to relevance. But these elections show that if it thinks small, acts locally, and is responsive to those of its workers who have remained loyal, it may yet survive the Modi era.

  • Opinion: The Impact Of "Howdy, Modi" On PM, Trump And NRIs

    Opinion: The Impact Of "Howdy, Modi" On PM, Trump And NRIs

    Will the obvious similarity in the two leaders' attitudes, their political orientation and their populist personas cause any of these non-resident Modi fans to stop for a moment and consider the contradictions of their own opinions? One wonders.

  • Opinion: What To Expect Of The Huge Corporate Tax Cut

    Opinion: What To Expect Of The Huge Corporate Tax Cut

    The government's Diwali gift to India Inc is one of the most expensive ever - and a clear admission that the Modi Sarkar has finally accepted that the economy needs drastic measures. The only question is whether the rest of us can afford it.

  • Opinion: With RBI Move, Team Modi Furthers Bad Economics Credentials

    Opinion: With RBI Move, Team Modi Furthers Bad Economics Credentials

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi has made no secret of his desire to do things differently from every one of his predecessors, and at least when it comes to bad economics, he seems determined to fulfil that aim.

'Mihir Swarup Sharma' - 106 News Result(s)

  • Opinion: The Big Change In This, Modi’s Fourth Speech – And Why

    Opinion: The Big Change In This, Modi’s Fourth Speech – And Why

    The Prime Minister emphasised that the decision to extend the lockdown came with the assent of - indeed, one might say at the behest of - state chief ministers. This follows ample publicity of his weekend meeting with Chief Ministers, as well as leaks and statements that they had asked for the extension.

  • Opinion: The Good And Ugly Of The Government's Economic Package

    Opinion: The Good And Ugly Of The Government's Economic Package

    When Prime Minister Narendra Modi first addressed the nation on March 19, he told us that a task force would be set up to deal with the economic effects of the coronavirus pandemic. It then took the government almost a week to come up with an economic relief package. This was not a positive beginning - the delay was mystifying, given that the expec...

  • Opinion: Kejriwal Didn't Stand Up To Modi - He Side-Stepped Him

    Opinion: Kejriwal Didn't Stand Up To Modi - He Side-Stepped Him

    If the BJP's campaign has been one of open malice, the AAP's campaign has been no less damaging to India's soul. This is a victory of not just cowardice, but of submission to the BJP's core values.

  • Opinion: A 'Thalinomics' Budget - Dangers Include Youth Without Jobs

    Opinion: A 'Thalinomics' Budget - Dangers Include Youth Without Jobs

    What we got in this Budget was not just 'pakodanomics', but 'thalinomics'. It was a mess of ideas, of mixed-up priorities - raising tariffs while insisting on creating more tradeable goods for exports, for example.

  • Opinion: Nirmala Sitharaman's Unenviable Job Is Being Made Harder

    Opinion: Nirmala Sitharaman's Unenviable Job Is Being Made Harder

    When a photo emerged of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, surrounded by his senior officials including Home Minister Amit Shah, meeting with economists this week, the internet had only one question: where was Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman?

  • Opinion: The JNU Attack Shows What Should Alarm Us - And What Next

    Opinion: The JNU Attack Shows What Should Alarm Us - And What Next

    For some years now, a narrative has been consciously and maliciously built up by the establishment, its pliant plants in the mainstream media and its shock troops on social media and WhatsApp.

  • Opinion: Jharkhand Shows BJP May Be Coming Down With The Congress' Disease

    Opinion: Jharkhand Shows BJP May Be Coming Down With The Congress' Disease

    The BJP's hold on the map of India has shrunk. In 2017, after the party's spectacular victory in Uttar Pradesh and Nitish Kumar's return to the NDA, the political map of the country was swathed in saffron.

  • Opinion: In Defense Of CAB, Amit Shah Can't Say What He Really Wants

    Opinion: In Defense Of CAB, Amit Shah Can't Say What He Really Wants

    The BJP is faced with an odd dual responsibility: it must show its angry cadre that it can do in the bright light of day what they have for years have had to whisper in the darkness. They will only be satisfied when it is said, openly, that India has no place for more Muslims and that there are too many of them already, and that they should go to P...

  • Opinion: Karnataka Result Exposes Weakness Of A Ho-Hum Coalition

    Opinion: Karnataka Result Exposes Weakness Of A Ho-Hum Coalition

    With every victory, whether won at the polls or through subsequent backroom dealing, the BJP's advantage grows sharper. For the opposition, whether the Congress or regional parties, the threat is existential.

  • Opinion: New Chinks In BJP's Armour Exposed In Last Week

    Opinion: New Chinks In BJP's Armour Exposed In Last Week

    It was not the best of weeks for Narendra Modi and the Bharatiya Janata Party. Two central planks of its all-conquering image were severely eroded: the notion that the economy is in safe hands with Modi in charge, and the idea that the BJP is some sort of unconquerable political juggernaut that can never be out-maneuvered by its opponents.

  • Opinion: Ayodhya Verdict A Moment Of Profound Political Change

    Opinion: Ayodhya Verdict A Moment Of Profound Political Change

    The power of politics is to make what was once bitterly contested seem inevitable when it eventually comes to pass. Today, the Ram temple seems inevitable; but that is because of completeness of the victory of temple politics.

  • Opinion: Survival Tips For India's Opposition In The Modi Era

    Opinion: Survival Tips For India's Opposition In The Modi Era

    Remember: the Opposition did not win these elections. So it should not celebrate. It has a long, hard road back to relevance. But these elections show that if it thinks small, acts locally, and is responsive to those of its workers who have remained loyal, it may yet survive the Modi era.

  • Opinion: The Impact Of "Howdy, Modi" On PM, Trump And NRIs

    Opinion: The Impact Of "Howdy, Modi" On PM, Trump And NRIs

    Will the obvious similarity in the two leaders' attitudes, their political orientation and their populist personas cause any of these non-resident Modi fans to stop for a moment and consider the contradictions of their own opinions? One wonders.

  • Opinion: What To Expect Of The Huge Corporate Tax Cut

    Opinion: What To Expect Of The Huge Corporate Tax Cut

    The government's Diwali gift to India Inc is one of the most expensive ever - and a clear admission that the Modi Sarkar has finally accepted that the economy needs drastic measures. The only question is whether the rest of us can afford it.

  • Opinion: With RBI Move, Team Modi Furthers Bad Economics Credentials

    Opinion: With RBI Move, Team Modi Furthers Bad Economics Credentials

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi has made no secret of his desire to do things differently from every one of his predecessors, and at least when it comes to bad economics, he seems determined to fulfil that aim.

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