He has stood by the Gandhi family, funded the party, stood up to the shenanigans of the BJP, and championed Rahul Gandhi for the presidency of the party.
Rahul Gandhi is out for the longest morning and evening walks in his life for the next six months.
Kerala, like the rest of India, has no real option but to hitch on to the wagon of the Indian capitalists. Roll out the red carpet for Adani. And people like him. Go easy on revolution. That ship has sailed. But Vizinjam could berth other vessels.
Laal Singh is a measure of our change in values not just in politics and patriotism, both of which have turned aggressively one-dimensional, but also in our punitive instinct, Left or Right.
As India celebrates its 75th anniversary of Independence, Left or Right, it might be a good idea to examine if the victim in New York taking a knife to an India-born novelist's head is actually just?
Like any good Indian politician, Nitish Kumar is cynical enough to understand that the entire idea of politics is not so much as to put power to the betterment of a people, but to acquire power first.
There is a proxy war going on in India. It’s about the Indian flag.
Those in the media who celebrate the Wednesday judgment as a victory for press freedom must worry about what this judgment really means in terms of free speech.
The Supreme Court of India is fearful state apparatus. Its powers are not less than godly. Life, death, and reputation are made or destroyed by a stroke of the pen.
The debate that the liberals should be having is not how a rather recidivist politics can be prevented; it should be on how to subsist and survive the coming decade.
The end of Shiv Sena at the hands of Shiv Sainiks marks the beginning of a new era in Maharashtra, as consolidation of the Hindu vote in the financial capital of India gains ground with Shinde’s Volvo politics.
Early this week, India's most progressive state almost banned black for its reactionary implications, and joins the nation's general bulldozer politics.