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Harish Khare

Harish Khare is a senior journalist and commentator

Gandhis Win, Congress Loses
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Gandhis Win, Congress Loses

Sonia and Rahul Gandhi can have the satisfaction of a Pyrrhic victory. The party has formally reaffirmed their leadership, but it is seen as completely out of sync with the times

28 August 2020
A Crisis of Faith in Congress: The Party Is Withering Away
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A Crisis of Faith in Congress

The defection of Jyotiraditya Scindia highlights the changed nature of the Congress under Sonia, Rahul and Priyanka. Nehru’s ‘people’s organisation’ has converted itself into a band of rapacious men and women, devoted solely to furthering their families’ fortunes

20 March 2020
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Rahul’s War On the Congress

Now that Rahul Gandhi has walked away, the Congress’ karmic decrepitude has cast its dysfunctional spell on its leaders.

26 July 2019
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A Portrait of the Statesman as Reconciler

Bharat Ratna or not, Atal Bihari Vajpayee matters more in the age of Narendra Modi

18 December 2014
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Books
One Book is Not Enough

The controversial memoirs of the ex-confidant of Sonia Gandhi entertain but fail to deliver the Kissinger-esque history lessons the former foreign minister, a skilled storyteller, could have given us

20 August 2014
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Voices
Can Rahul be reborn?

There is no hope unless he learns to love the Congress

12 June 2014

Authors

Pratap Bhanu Mehta

Pratap Bhanu Mehta is one of India’s most influential columnists and public intellectuals

Brahma Chellaney

Brahma Chellaney is a geostrategist and the author of nine books, including the award-winning Water, Peace, and War : Confronting the Global Water Crisis

MJ Akbar

MJ Akbar is an MP and the author of, most recently, Gandhi’s Hinduism: The Struggle Against Jinnah’s IslamWhile

Ram Madhav

Ram Madhav is Member, Board of Governors, India Foundation

Makarand R Paranjape

Makarand R Paranjape, director, Indian Institute of Advanced Study, Shimla, is the author of ‘JNU: Nationalism and India’s Uncivil Wars’. Views are personal.

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