Ganging Up On Modi

PR Ramesh

A ragtag opposition front may turn out to be a blessing for the Prime Minister in 2019


An exchange of accusations and the rediscovery of a humble farmer

Modi’s South Side Story

Karnataka could be the beginning of a new argument that breaches the last resistance of the Vindhyas

A Report From the Haunted House of Indian Marxists

The 22nd Party Congress of  CPM was long on rhetoric and short on realism

Karnataka Elections 2018: Close Encounter

Karnataka 2018 could be BJP’s grand prelude to India 2019. Can Chief Minister Siddaramaiah contain the force?

Faith and Fury in Mangaluru

Mangaluru in southern Karnataka is one of the strongholds of Hindutva’s militant fringe. As Assembly elections loom, the cause celebre is love jihad

The Battle for Karnataka

Chief Minister Siddaramaiah is setting the poll agenda but the BJP has found a way to counter it

‘To Somehow Shut Me Up’

A personal tribute to Gauri Lankesh (1962-2017)

When Cows Come Home to Die

Some of the worst casualties of the drought in south India are its cattle

Bitter Harvest

The politics of water has added to the woes of rural Karnataka’s suicide capital


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