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Why Isn’t the ‘Movement’ Picking Up Pace in 2012?

The months of July and August 2011 were a good time to be alive in India. Read More »

The Race to Rashtrapati Bhavan

India is in a flurry. Read More »

India at the Crossroads

Team Anna is now at a loss to determine the next steps to reignite the movement. Read More »

What Mrs. Gandhi Says

Mrs. Gandhi's equivocal demeanour leaves much to speculation. Read More »

The Saga of the Slipper

Jitendra Pathak targeted the social activist Arvind Kejriwal, who was on his way to an anti-corruption campaign. Read More »

Extravaganza in Stone and Bronze

That can simply be termed as megalomania of a demagogue. Read More »

Ganesh Utsav

It is a ten day festival in the month of Bhadrapada, on Ganesh Chaturthi concluding on Anant Chaturdashi. Read More »

Lokpal and JanLokpal

I was the part of a hundred-odd crowd, protesting peacefully against Anna Hazare’s arrest and the need of the Lokpal Bill. Read More »

News Media, The Crippled Crutch

I cannot help but contemplate a ‘crass-o-meter’ designed to accurately measure the crassness of most news channels. Read More »

The State of Bihar

In every class, there is a child who is routinely held up as an example of what not to do. Read More »