The Modi debate, and the rise of Indian mutants

While the actions of PM do impact our lives in some distant way, but today everything seems to be originating from Modi. The omnipresence of Modi is such that he pops up on my office lunch table discussion alongside my salad, he comes up in my WhatsApp group along with other work related messages, he […]

How to make India more tolerant

Poor Narendra Modi seems to have lost his mojo of exploiting the PR machinery to his advantage. His appeal looks dented with the Bihar elections results. He seems to have promised too much too soon by underestimating the depth to which India has been screwed by Congress politics of appeasement. And now the jobless congress […]

AAP won Delhi by winning the online battle first

Aam aadmi party┬áhad been written off by all the political parties and by most media. For it to rise to power in Delhi seems almost miraculous given the lack of media coverage it got closer to the elections. How could it do so well when even the exit polls showed it to be nowhere near […]