The writer is national general secretary, BJP, and director, India Foundation.
The Modi government is making the people the real agents of transformation
India’s economic and strategic interests are hugely tied to the Indian Ocean, the 21st century’s theatre of huge rivalries. If Trump translates his rhetoric into reality, a harried China will be a nightmare there.
The Asia-Pacific is changing. With Donald Trump withdrawing US influence and China increasing its power, India must re-strategise
US election has Indians transfixed — but we mustn’t overlook changing power dynamics in the neighbourhood
... and a different government in India — that’s what Pakistan didn’t realise until yesterday
Today’s leadership thinks differently. Transformation, not merely reform, is on its agenda.
It is not just reservations and jobs. But also, respect and participation, prosperity and empowerment
Let me reiterate that the Akhand Bharat doctrine is a cultural and people-centric idea. I was not even remotely suggesting that we should redraw the boundaries of our countries.
RSS-BJP relationship is unique. It cannot be understood by existing models
Post-war Japan bent adversity into opportunity. Can Team Modi do the same?
Emergency may not return in the same form, but we need to guard against illiberal tendencies.
The biggest asset for this government in its battle against corruption has been the incorruptible leadership of the prime minister himself.
As Modi visits Beijing, let’s remember there is space for both India and China’s ambitions as global powers.
BJP-PDP is the most difficult alliance in J&K. It could also be the most durable.
A new socially and politically conscious generation is changing public life in Delhi.
India and China must develop a new framework for bilateral relations, unshackled by empty rituals and symbols.
His diplomacy with Pakistan may grab headlines, but PM Modi cannot afford to be complacent on China.
The politics of caste, religion and vote banks has been decimated in this election.