Today, whether we like his methods or not, Mr Kejriwal, is right when he says that the Congress and the BJP are both B-teams to his movement.
The law making generic drugs mandatory will be a shot in the arm for patients in the country.
Keeping tabs on the political grapevine
Event films in Hollywood are driven by concepts and characters. But in Bollywood, the actor dwarfs everything else, writes Anupama Chopra
Lance Armstrong’s fall must prompt a debate on how to clean up sports once and for all.
HR Bhardwaj may just set a new trend of ushering in a welcome type of clean governance in India.
The exodus of people forces the need for meaningful governance on the ground.
To win 25 Olympic medals by 2020, India will need to learn as much about sport as about effort. Samar Halarnkar
Mohammad Rafi claimed to have sung 28,000 songs. He didn't go beyond 5,000. Amarjit Singh Kohli writes.
Indo-Nepal ties are in danger of being downgraded to that of satrap and supplicant. New Delhi must not ignore this, writes Kanak Mani Dixit.
The liberalisation of the economy hasn’t improved our environmental situation. Instead, natural systems have continued to decline, while social conflicts have increased. Ramachandra Guha
India’s dark, new nationalism mirrors a global phenomenon. But do we really want our version of Turkey’s Erdogan? Samar Halarnkar
A bit of a comic, are you? Keep your wisecracks to yourself if you don’t want the law after you.
Net users and tech firms united to defeat the US pro-patent bills. Sreeram Chaulia writes.
We spend our lives hostage to the biological count of years. Lena Saha