The chickens spawned by Prime Minister Modi’s ‘original petrol sin’ are truly coming home to roost, writes Raghav Bahl.
Vote shares are hardening at 36% for NDA, 32% for UPA, 14% for potentially anti-BJP parties, 18% for the rest, writes Raghav Bahl.
What America and India can do to insulate themselves against a Trump-ian misadventure, by Raghav Bahl.
In today’s India, whether you are an atheist or believer, if you disagree with ‘the mob’, you are simply an ‘urban Naxal’.
As PM Modi and President Trump continue beating their big chests, it’s up to “editor Arjun”(s) to keep the facts straight.
Status quo may have been a blessing compared to the kind of re-nationalisation we have seen under the Modi regime.
A critic today is treated like an enemy. In post-truth India, he is an adversary who needs to be eliminated, writes Raghav Bahl.
The 2019 numbers could be almost identical to 1996, but chemistry among coalition partners will be vastly different.
While Prime Minister Modi is ahead in the 2019 sweepstakes, his challengers are closing in, writes Raghav Bahl.
The propaganda against Rahul Gandhi is so transparently naive, so egregiously clumsy, that it is bound to boomerang.
In Sanju, Sunil Dutt is portrayed as the saint he was, writes Raghav Bahl.
As is his wont, PM Modi’s economic message cherry picks all the good stuff, with plenty of troublesome facts unsaid
Unfortunately, the PDP-BJP’s 2015 governance document proved to be little more than a collection of jumlas.
The 2019 General Election race is wide open, writes Raghav Bahl.
A fictional account of what happened when a former President of India shared the stage with the RSS Sarsanghchalak.
The Saaf Niyat, Sahi Vikaas campaign could be even more harmful for the BJP than Vajpayee’s ‘India Shining’ videos.
PM Modi is repeating the fatal error of trusting the IAS to deliver a modern, market-friendly policy architecture.
The Karnataka elections were a microcosm of what to expect in the general elections in 2019.
How transparent chicanery passes for retail FDI ‘public policy’ in India.
India must buttress its strengths, either by itself or through alliances, if it wants China to take it seriously.
The risky impeachment motion may have become the catalyst of a potentially lethal adversary to Prime Minister Modi.