The PM is perfectly capable of extending his ‘Achhe Din’ promise by pitching that this was ‘just the first innings’.
Overt clues that ‘Rahul’s Congress’ may be biased toward a more modern and competitive economic architecture.
How the Congress misread its 2009 mandate and handed a neat walk-over to Narendra Modi in 2014.
Shenzhen and Silicon Valley DACOITs are savaging India’s digital landscape in the 21st century, writes Raghav Bahl.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will be tremulous, worried, on at least five counts.
The prime minister who remembers his own mortality as the leader of the opposition shall manage to stay on.
In 2019, Congress will be tempted to repeat 1996. But it must remember the lessons of history, writes Raghav Bahl.
Which way will Mayawati swing in 2019? That will determine whether Prime Minister Modi will get re-elected or not.
How a battle for front-page space puts Budget 2018 and the Rajsthan by-polls into context.
Raghav Bahl crafts a budget speech that discards the accumulated economic ‘wisdom’ of the past 70 years.
India’s economic salvation shall lie in a separation of the State and Entrepreneur. Else we shall muddle along.
The Supreme Court is the Constitution. Any crack in it means Democracy gets unhinged.
That Nitin Patel scored a win over Modi and Shah is a staggering post-Gujarat event, writes Raghav Bahl.
The Modi government’s motto can be restated as “Maximum Government, Maximum Economic Statism”.
The BJP formed the government, but did it “win”? And the Congress lost, but did it “win” a psychological upper?
The ‘who won Gujarat’ question boils down to whether we should be comparing 2012, or 2014, with 2017.
Demonetisation was bold and audacious but turned into a cruel, sputtering half measure.
As “second India” becomes more digital, they will inevitably begin to pay more attention to digital media.
By presenting an ultra-cautious, safe and non-disruptive document, Ms Modi/Jaitley admitted that India would not survive another seismic shock.
We are falling into the quicksand of a 1970s-style statism, and too many are applauding.
What’s the yardstick to judge the success or failure of demonetisation?