The most apolitical of all of Thackeray’s heirs, Jaidev has hit the nail on the head when he suggested that instead of pussyfooting on a memorial for the Sena tiger, Sena leaders should buy a plot of land and build a suitable monument on it to commemorate their leader
Even if the BJP is trying to explain the snooping as a ‘protection’ offered to the young woman on her father’s request, we all know the difference between protection and invasion of privacy and the violation of a citizen’s rights, writes Sujata Anandan.
One could not agree with Union agriculture minister Sharad Pawar more when he reminds Maharashtra chief minister Prithviraj Chavan that he owes his high office to the Nationalist Congress Party (NCP).
Ramdas Athawale had been a firebrand, rabble-rousing leader of his times but by then his influence among the Dalits was waning.
Now Thackeray’s heirs, who have so far failed to raise a memorial for their Sarsenapati, have named a trauma care hospital as ‘Hindu Hriday Samrat’ Balasaheb Thackeray Hospital.
I do not think Shiv Sena leader Manohar Joshi is right in saying that Bal Thackeray would have shaken up and brought down the Maharashtra government over a memorial for his father writes Sujata Anandan.
It's not just about money. Numerous cricket clubs across Bombay have a large number of aspiring youth with impressionable minds.
The Gujarat CM as prime minister seems a less welcome proposition to even Gujaratis unlike what we have been led to believe and LK Advani, however, late seems to have recognised this.
BS Yeddyurappa can do to the BJP in Karnataka precisely what Sharad Pawar has done to the Congress: play not just kingmaker but also a spoiler.
By promoting a patriarchal mindset women are doing a disservice to their cause.
Ajit Pawar isn't the first politician to make a crass comment on farmers' plight.
Agirculture Minister Sharad Pawar's credibility has never been at such a low ebb as now.
Will the word 'politician' ever become synonymous with 'gentleman' in India? Sujata Anandan asks in her weekly column.
There were too many voices against the Gujarat Chief Minister during the state election for them not to count for something.
As chief minister of Maharashtra, Sushilkumar Shinde, now the Union home minister, had once tied up the saffron parties in knots. Sujata Anandan writes.