The Prime Minister is watching you

PR Ramesh

Do it or be damned. After closely watching Modi at work, we deconstruct the big message from the first ten days of the Prime Minister

Time to Walk The Talk

The country has grown weary of Rahul Gandhi’s reluctance to play a larger leadership role. About time he quit dithering

The Importance of Being Sonia

Why the Congress cannot do without her. And why that presents her with yet another political challenge

The Guru Who Sold His Wisdom

Robin Sharma on the need for overcommunication, usefulness of acronyms and uselessness of cynics.

Can This Man Save the BJP?

Nitin Gadkari is set to take over a party that desperately needs someone who can shape victories. A look at what his vote-pulling formula might be

Yes, Rahul Should Rule

That is the bottomline. At least Uttar Pradesh, a Congress bastion for yonks and then not for nearly as long, is ready to vote the party in, with Rahul on top.

The 110% Rahul Effect

His life’s been such an unredeemed saga of misery that Baichulal Harijan has often wished himself dead. He believes Rahul might be able to turn it around for him.

After Advani, Who?

After being led by the Vajpayee-Advani duo for 40 years, the BJP faces a leadership vacuum. A look at the top contenders for the top job

Burma’s Steve Biko

Min Ko Naing has just received the Gwangju Prize for Human Rights. Often seen as Suu Kyi’s political heir, he is serving a 65-year term for organising the 2007 uprising against the junta


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