Pranab Mukherjee

A Bangladeshi Remembers Rajiv Gandhi

Syed Badrul Ahsan

What if he had lived to get that second term in office?

A Vice-President’s Reflections

An account of a proud Indian Muslim who occupied the highest offices

Pranab Mukherjee (1935-2020)

He understood that democratic politics is algebra, where various parts of the electoral equation are held together by governance, not deposits in vote banks

The Secret Diaries

Former President Pranab Mukherjee used to maintain a personal diary that he wrote late night after finishing all his work

The Ultimate Pragmatist

Juggling with figures remained the first love of the one-time economics teacher in an obscure Bengali college who became India’s youngest finance minister

Gadkari’s New Media

Non-Thakur Facelift | Open Question | No Ceasefire | External Push | No Conflict | House Story

Freedom of Speech

The RSS is not known to seek validation by outsiders, but the furore over Pranab Mukherjee’s visit to its headquarters reveals a failure to appreciate its acceptability today

The Prime Minister Who Never Was

Pranab Mukherjee’s many adventures in managing interests and egos to stabilise coalition politics

Nitish Kumar: In Good Company

Nitish Kumar retains power in the new NDA government in Patna. The blow to Congress and opposition unity is irreversible

India’s Recurring Hindi Bug

Why not impose Tamil? It might be better and safer


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