Sudheendra Kulkarni


'Sudheendra Kulkarni' - 120 News Result(s)

  • Opinion: Uddhav Thackeray Finds His Best Self In Corona Crisis

    Opinion: Uddhav Thackeray Finds His Best Self In Corona Crisis

    If Uddhav Thackeray remains true to his better self, it is safe to predict that he will emerge as a consequential leader in the post-Corona political developments at the national level - and also in the post-Modi governance architecture in India.

  • Opinion: The Modi-Shah Strategy Reduces 'Kamal' To 'Keechad'

    Opinion: The Modi-Shah Strategy Reduces <i>'Kamal'</i> To <i>'Keechad'</i>

    "The Modi-Shah strategy of making India "Congress-mukt" prompts me to think of what the previous generation of BJP leaders might have said about these murderous attacks on democracy. I am surmising this on the basis of my own active political life in the BJP between 1996 and 2013."

  • Opinion: Modi And Shah Must Take Blame For Mob Takeover Of Delhi

    Opinion: Modi And Shah Must Take Blame For Mob Takeover Of Delhi

    Whatever Modi might have wanted to achieve from hosting Trump in a grand manner - "event management" is after all his forte - there is no denying that India's democracy and India's civilization have been shamed by the kind of dangerously polarizing politics that he and Shah have been playing.

  • Opinion: RG's Latest Fumble Against Modi Exposes His Weaknesses

    Opinion: RG's Latest Fumble Against Modi Exposes His Weaknesses

    Rahul Gandhi, after the debacle he and his party suffered in the 2019 parliamentary polls, is both combative and prone to unforced errors. He is sometimes casual and careless to the point of looking downright immature. Moreover, he often fumbles against a powerful opponent like Narendra Modi who is out to finish both his party and his family's lega...

  • Opinion: The Maharashtra Fiasco Hurts PM Modi In 5 Big Ways

    Opinion: The Maharashtra Fiasco Hurts PM Modi In 5 Big Ways

    The self-goal by Modi and Shah in Maharashtra will accelerate the pace of change in national politics.

  • Opinion: Modi Deserves Kudos For 'Chennai Connect' With Xi

    Opinion: Modi Deserves Kudos For 'Chennai Connect' With Xi

    "The friendship between China and Pakistan is unbreakable and rock solid despite changes in the international and regional situation," he told Imran Khan, who had come to Beijing for the third time this year.

  • Opinion: Modi's Speech His Best So Far, Now He Must Deliver On "Vishwas"

    Opinion: Modi's Speech His Best So Far, Now He Must Deliver On <i>"Vishwas"</i>

    "Pradhan Mantri Narendra Modi-ji, I wholeheartedly commend your hope-giving speech at the NDA meet. Now, along with crores of patriotic Indians (non-Muslims as well as Muslims), permit me to urge you: Walk the Talk."

  • Opinion: By Failing To Unite, Opposition Gifted Modi, BJP 300 Seats

    Opinion: By Failing To Unite, Opposition Gifted Modi, BJP 300 Seats

    One hopes that the Congress party at least now wakes up to the imperative need to build strong and enduring alliances, while at the same time focusing on the very difficult task of rebuilding itself ideologically, organisationally, and in ways to win the hearts and minds of people belonging to all sections of our diverse society. Without the Congre...

  • Opinion: Will May 23 Arrest The Dangerous Godse Phenomenon?

    Opinion: Will May 23 Arrest The Dangerous Godse Phenomenon?

    The most important truth about Nathuram Godse is that he was not just a person who was hanged for his crime on November 15, 1949, but that Godse is a thought, just as Mahatma Gandhi, whom he assassinated on January 30, 1948, is also a thought, albeit an infinitely more important thought, for the future of India and humanity.

  • Opinion: Priyanka-Rahul Combo Makes Modi Nervous - And It's Showing

    Opinion: Priyanka-Rahul Combo Makes Modi Nervous - And It's Showing

    Narendra Modi's self-obsession is by now well known. He beats all politicians in the number of times he takes his own name in election speeches and media interviews.

  • Opinion: How Raj Thackeray Is Emerging As A Key Figure In This Election

    Opinion: How Raj Thackeray Is Emerging As A Key Figure In This Election

    He is not contesting the ongoing parliamentary polls. Yet, within a matter of a few weeks, he has emerged as one of the stars of Elections 2019. His party has not fielded a single candidate. Yet, his rallies in city after city in Maharashtra, are among the largest in this poll season. His politics is so far confined to only one state. Yet, what he ...

  • Opinion: On Death Anniversary, 10 Savarkar Links To Mahatma's Killing

    Opinion: On Death Anniversary, 10 Savarkar Links To Mahatma's Killing

    Will Narendra Modi's government posthumously honour Vinayak Damodar Savarkar (1883-1966) with the Bharat Ratna? Most likely, even though his name did not figure in the Padma awards announced on the eve of Republic Day. After all, the BJP, which has evolved into a Savarkarite party - the Hindu Mahasabha in its new avatar - is insistent that its grea...

  • Opinion: Mask Ripped Off Modi's Attempt At Secrecy In 2 Huge Matters

    Opinion: Mask Ripped Off Modi's Attempt At Secrecy In 2 Huge Matters

    If "donors fear the consequences of their revealed identities being linked to a political party to whom they donated" (Arun Jaitley's words), don't the people of India also have legitimate grounds to fear that the party in power becomes obliged to benefit the donor without any fear of such quid pro quo becoming known to the public?

  • Opinion: Best Way To Deal With China? Befriend Pakistan

    Opinion: Best Way To Deal With China? Befriend Pakistan

    This unending antagonism is giving opportunistic rulers in Beijing an opportunity to side with Pakistan against India on an issue as important as terrorism, even though China itself has declared in numerous documents that terrorism cannot be tolerated anywhere and in any form. But if Beijing wants to continue acting in an untrustworthy manner, ther...

  • Opinion: What Air Strikes Mean For Imran Khan - And India

    Opinion: What Air Strikes Mean For Imran Khan - And India

    If Pulwama and its aftermath have any lesson for Pakistan, India and Kashmiri insurgents, it is this. The solution to the common problems the three entities face lies in just three words - Boli, Not Goli.

'Sudheendra Kulkarni' - 42 Video Result(s)

'Sudheendra Kulkarni' - 120 News Result(s)

  • Opinion: Uddhav Thackeray Finds His Best Self In Corona Crisis

    Opinion: Uddhav Thackeray Finds His Best Self In Corona Crisis

    If Uddhav Thackeray remains true to his better self, it is safe to predict that he will emerge as a consequential leader in the post-Corona political developments at the national level - and also in the post-Modi governance architecture in India.

  • Opinion: The Modi-Shah Strategy Reduces 'Kamal' To 'Keechad'

    Opinion: The Modi-Shah Strategy Reduces <i>'Kamal'</i> To <i>'Keechad'</i>

    "The Modi-Shah strategy of making India "Congress-mukt" prompts me to think of what the previous generation of BJP leaders might have said about these murderous attacks on democracy. I am surmising this on the basis of my own active political life in the BJP between 1996 and 2013."

  • Opinion: Modi And Shah Must Take Blame For Mob Takeover Of Delhi

    Opinion: Modi And Shah Must Take Blame For Mob Takeover Of Delhi

    Whatever Modi might have wanted to achieve from hosting Trump in a grand manner - "event management" is after all his forte - there is no denying that India's democracy and India's civilization have been shamed by the kind of dangerously polarizing politics that he and Shah have been playing.

  • Opinion: RG's Latest Fumble Against Modi Exposes His Weaknesses

    Opinion: RG's Latest Fumble Against Modi Exposes His Weaknesses

    Rahul Gandhi, after the debacle he and his party suffered in the 2019 parliamentary polls, is both combative and prone to unforced errors. He is sometimes casual and careless to the point of looking downright immature. Moreover, he often fumbles against a powerful opponent like Narendra Modi who is out to finish both his party and his family's lega...

  • Opinion: The Maharashtra Fiasco Hurts PM Modi In 5 Big Ways

    Opinion: The Maharashtra Fiasco Hurts PM Modi In 5 Big Ways

    The self-goal by Modi and Shah in Maharashtra will accelerate the pace of change in national politics.

  • Opinion: Modi Deserves Kudos For 'Chennai Connect' With Xi

    Opinion: Modi Deserves Kudos For 'Chennai Connect' With Xi

    "The friendship between China and Pakistan is unbreakable and rock solid despite changes in the international and regional situation," he told Imran Khan, who had come to Beijing for the third time this year.

  • Opinion: Modi's Speech His Best So Far, Now He Must Deliver On "Vishwas"

    Opinion: Modi's Speech His Best So Far, Now He Must Deliver On <i>"Vishwas"</i>

    "Pradhan Mantri Narendra Modi-ji, I wholeheartedly commend your hope-giving speech at the NDA meet. Now, along with crores of patriotic Indians (non-Muslims as well as Muslims), permit me to urge you: Walk the Talk."

  • Opinion: By Failing To Unite, Opposition Gifted Modi, BJP 300 Seats

    Opinion: By Failing To Unite, Opposition Gifted Modi, BJP 300 Seats

    One hopes that the Congress party at least now wakes up to the imperative need to build strong and enduring alliances, while at the same time focusing on the very difficult task of rebuilding itself ideologically, organisationally, and in ways to win the hearts and minds of people belonging to all sections of our diverse society. Without the Congre...

  • Opinion: Will May 23 Arrest The Dangerous Godse Phenomenon?

    Opinion: Will May 23 Arrest The Dangerous Godse Phenomenon?

    The most important truth about Nathuram Godse is that he was not just a person who was hanged for his crime on November 15, 1949, but that Godse is a thought, just as Mahatma Gandhi, whom he assassinated on January 30, 1948, is also a thought, albeit an infinitely more important thought, for the future of India and humanity.

  • Opinion: Priyanka-Rahul Combo Makes Modi Nervous - And It's Showing

    Opinion: Priyanka-Rahul Combo Makes Modi Nervous - And It's Showing

    Narendra Modi's self-obsession is by now well known. He beats all politicians in the number of times he takes his own name in election speeches and media interviews.

  • Opinion: How Raj Thackeray Is Emerging As A Key Figure In This Election

    Opinion: How Raj Thackeray Is Emerging As A Key Figure In This Election

    He is not contesting the ongoing parliamentary polls. Yet, within a matter of a few weeks, he has emerged as one of the stars of Elections 2019. His party has not fielded a single candidate. Yet, his rallies in city after city in Maharashtra, are among the largest in this poll season. His politics is so far confined to only one state. Yet, what he ...

  • Opinion: On Death Anniversary, 10 Savarkar Links To Mahatma's Killing

    Opinion: On Death Anniversary, 10 Savarkar Links To Mahatma's Killing

    Will Narendra Modi's government posthumously honour Vinayak Damodar Savarkar (1883-1966) with the Bharat Ratna? Most likely, even though his name did not figure in the Padma awards announced on the eve of Republic Day. After all, the BJP, which has evolved into a Savarkarite party - the Hindu Mahasabha in its new avatar - is insistent that its grea...

  • Opinion: Mask Ripped Off Modi's Attempt At Secrecy In 2 Huge Matters

    Opinion: Mask Ripped Off Modi's Attempt At Secrecy In 2 Huge Matters

    If "donors fear the consequences of their revealed identities being linked to a political party to whom they donated" (Arun Jaitley's words), don't the people of India also have legitimate grounds to fear that the party in power becomes obliged to benefit the donor without any fear of such quid pro quo becoming known to the public?

  • Opinion: Best Way To Deal With China? Befriend Pakistan

    Opinion: Best Way To Deal With China? Befriend Pakistan

    This unending antagonism is giving opportunistic rulers in Beijing an opportunity to side with Pakistan against India on an issue as important as terrorism, even though China itself has declared in numerous documents that terrorism cannot be tolerated anywhere and in any form. But if Beijing wants to continue acting in an untrustworthy manner, ther...

  • Opinion: What Air Strikes Mean For Imran Khan - And India

    Opinion: What Air Strikes Mean For Imran Khan - And India

    If Pulwama and its aftermath have any lesson for Pakistan, India and Kashmiri insurgents, it is this. The solution to the common problems the three entities face lies in just three words - Boli, Not Goli.

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