The writer is associate professor, Delhi University and honorary director, India Policy Foundation
Rise of ‘left-liberals’, and their blind antipathy to the RSS, shines the light on the crisis in the communist and socialist parties
By calling cultural nationalism illiberal, Hamid Ansari panders to western notion of nationhood.
Opposition and its intellectuals are losing gravity. So the contest for Rashtrapati Bhavan is a battle of ideologies, it should be won by a person who embraces the task of decolonising the Indian mind.
Unfortunately, Governor Urjit Patel of the Reserve Bank of India has not been able to understand the index of distress of farmers, when he demonstrated the negative impact on the economy due to farm loan waivers.
Hindu Rashtra is not a religious or political objective, but a way to define and aspire to a cultural nationalism
RSS has done exemplary social work. It’s now time for it to decolonise the Indian mind
Projection of a false binary between a majoritarian theory and minority rights has made ours a dysfunctional democracy.
RSS presence at JLF irked those who cannot accept the demolition of monolithic debate and the emergence of the dialectic of diversity
The ideological moorings of the RSS are criticised by the Left and neoliberal Right. But its approach has always been a creative one
The demonetisation drive aims to cleanse the ills of neoliberalism.
Manushi Chhillar, Priyanka Chopra, Aishwarya Rai Bachchan: Indian beauties who went on to become Miss World
Sister Cyril claims herself to be a very practical human. She writes: "Look, I'm practical. Here we're all practical. A lot of foreigners go out to places like Eastern Bypass (in Kolkata), take one look at the living conditions and say, 'poor things, poor things'. I say, don't pity them, do something for them!"