Gursharan Kaur released Songs of the Gurus (Penguin/Ravi Dayal) by Arpana Caur and me at Delhi’s Le Meridien. As expected, there was a large turnout, not because of the book but to have her darshan and hear her speak, writes Khushwant Singh.
The way our governments have handled men and women who assumed they were above the law can only be described as inept and lacking in foresight, writes Khushwant Singh.
My first impression about KK Birla was that he was a very courteous man. More so after the boorish manner in which I was booted out of my job by the Jains, whose Illustrated Weekly of India I had edited for nine long years, recalls Khushwant Singh.
May God be your protector Mr Musharraf. Your almost nine-year autocratic rule has come to an inglorious end. It was wise of you to step down before they impeached you, writes Khushwant Singh.
I have done my very best to understand the Left's objections to government’s proposed nuclear deal with the United States. I have failed to do so, writes Khushwant Singh.
It is time we evolved a code of conduct for the guidance of those who wish to register their disagreement with the state of affairs, writes Khushwant Singh.
What we need urgently is not dual highways but four, preferably six roads running parallel to each other and reserved for vehicles depending on their speed, writes Khushwant Singh.
Though he has a tongue-twister of a name, you better familiarise yourself with it: Bookanakere Siddalingappa Yeddyurappa, writes Khushwant Singh.
Will Mayawati be able to become Prime Minister of India as some are speculating? In India everything is possible. Khushwant Singh examines...
We don’t have the foggiest idea what the great teachers of religions looked like. There were no cameras in those days; nor had any of them had a portrait made of himself, writes Khushwant Singh.
While India indulges in character assassination; Pakistanis dispense with niceties like characters and get down to assassination, writes Khushwant Singh.
If astrologers can’t foresee their own tomorrows, they must concede they cannot forecast what the future holds for others, writes Khushwant Singh.
Never take the words of an Indian politician at face value; try and find out why he uttered them at that particular point of time and what he hoped to gain, writes Khushwant Singh.
We have experience of the fall of a government due to rise in the price of onions: it had gone beyond the means of the poor millions who form the vast majority of our population, writes Khushwant Singh.
The rapid increase in cadres and influence of the Taliban should be a matter of serious concern to everybody, particularly to us Indians, writes Khushwant Singh.