Ram Madhav

The writer is national general secretary, BJP, and director, India Foundation.

Articles By Ram Madhav

Betrayal of the Mahatma

There were many who had disagreements with Gandhi... but to kill him needed not just difference of opinion, but a certain type of hatred borne of extreme frustration.

On Assam, clearing the air

The Citizenship Amendment Bill has stringent applicability criteria. It is not —as it is being made out to be — an open invitation to minority groups in neighbouring countries.

The BJP’s new challenge

Party machine has to be aggressively geared up for the election. It needs centralised inspiration, but decentralised initiative.

Despite the people

Kerala government is pitting itself against the faithful by imposing top-down reform at Sabarimala

After #MeToo, a better India

The movement has highlighted the need for workplaces to be free of harassment and intimidation. Moving forward, society must make women’s equality an article of faith

Glasnost in RSS

Mohan Bhagwat has shed Sangh’s traditional reticence. Challenge is to drive his message to the rank and file.

A suitable governor

Being a politician, J&K’s new governor can be an effective interlocutor for reviving the dialogue process.

Trolling Sushma Swaraj, a champion of nationalism, on passport issue is unacceptable

Ram Madhav writes: Trust is the basic Indian virtue that we all should imbibe. Trust our own leaders; they have attained leadership positions because of that.

Bengaluru to Delhi

Unprincipled alliance that Opposition seeks to build across the country gifts BJP an opportunity in 2019

Couple therapy

Modi-Xi meeting in Wuhan city is not centred on outcomes but on greater understanding of the other

Leader, cadre, parivar

BJP has grown on the strength of its ideology, party structure and political accommodation

No mean victory

Tripura, Nagaland election results: Much grit, a lot of planning, went into BJP storming a Left citadel, coming to power in a Christian-dominated state

Engaging to contain

Trudeau government’s tacit support for pro-Khalistan elements in the name of free speech can’t be justified. The way forward should be greater engagement with that government to sensitise it to India’s concerns.

The hesitations of history

Israel, India are natural friends. But only under PM Modi has the 70-year antipathy to Tel Aviv been overcome

PM Modi and Amit Shah knew Gujarat challenge, what to deploy and when

PM Modi and Amit Shah knew Gujarat challenge, what to deploy and when. What matters is timing and technique

For BJP, Ram mandir movement a one-way street

Nearly three decades later, many milestones have been crossed, but the road has not come to an end.

Look beyond Af-Pak

US is reconsidering India’s role in Indian Ocean region. A rejig of US policy in South Asia is in order too

Coming full circle at 70

Independence Day 2017: For the first time after independence, the dominant idea of India is rooted in India’s genius.

The meaning of de-hyphenation

A hyphenated foreign policy, not just in West Asia, had handicapped India’s ability to forge pragmatic ties that help our national interests. The Modi government is making an important break from the past.

Like a bee gathers honey

GST will reset the basic rules of taxation. It is an illustration of PM Modi’s transformative reforms. Modi is on a transformative agenda, the fruits of which will be borne by this nation in a few years’ time. He is setting India’s basics right with a futuristic vision.

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