A Dangerous Disaffection

Sedition rears its absurd head once again

The Ukraine Effect

The war may exacerbate geopolitical and economic fragmentation

Of Political Brands and More

Why would Prashant Kishor get into the Congress mess?

Hope or Hoax?

Behind Kejriwal’s shifting ideological positions

Precipitate Departure

Of Rajiv Kumar, VC, NITI Aayog

Shatrughan Sinha: Picture This

Sinha is believed to have even proposed to Banerjee that there should be a separate film department in the cabinet

The Making of a Winner

It’s the art of beating pressure that separates the men from the boys

The Wages of the Culture War

The permanently aggrieved Hindu vs the secular denier

How Morarji Desai Became Prime Minister in 1977

On the 45th anniversary of the first non-Congress government, Ravi Visvesvaraya Sharada Prasad describes the political intrigue, deals and treacheries of March 1977 that saw Morarji Desai become prime minister, outwitting Jagjivan Ram, Charan Singh and Atal Bihari Vajpayee, each of whom had more MPs supporting them


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