The rebels are united by their conviction that Advani, having run the party like an extension of his family, is now trying to ensure that his cronies continue to run the party in perpetuity. Vir Sanghvi writes.
Now that Prime Minister is seen as a manically aggressive and arrogantly inaccessible politician, he can no longer distance himself from the deals struck in his name or the bribes paid to save his office, writes Vir Sanghvi.
The trouble with the nuclear deal is that it has zero emotional power. Nobody cares enough to vote for the Congress because it supports it, writes Vir Sanghvi.
For Dr Manmohan Singh, the deal is not about America or about military might. It is about energy for India's development needs, writes Vir Sanghvi.
Now that Hillary has failed to get the nomination, why are so few analysts celebrating the end of dynasty? Vir Sanghvi examines...
We must hunt down and arrest anybody who engages in publicity-seeking violence, writes Vir Sanghvi.
Sometimes, a single event can tell us more about the times we live in than an entire library full of sociological treatises. The Aarushi murder case is one such event, writes Vir Sanghvi.
Thanks to the IPL, cricket is about to undergo a globalised blurring of loyalties in the same way that football has, writes Vir Sanghvi.
This new-found Bombay-Mumbai zeal sits uneasily with Bal Thackeray’s own record, writes Vir Sanghvi.
There’s much to celebrate about Indian democracy, but when I look at the current US election process, I recognise that we still have a long way to go, writes Vir Sanghvi.
The first episode of Kya Aap Paanchvi Pass Se Tez Hain
was telecast on Star Plus on Friday. Vir Sanghvi
gives some of the things he learnt about the mood of middle India while participating in the process.
Our response to the Beijing Olympics is far too complex to be caricatured as support or opposition. Nearly all of us empathise with the Tibetans, writes Vir Sanghvi
If you are a poor man, struggling to make a living in the big city, worst of all, a driver, expect no respect at all, writes Vir Sanghvi.
Any sports boycott should be linked either to India’s interests or to a campaign against some immoral policy, writes Vir Sanghvi.
There are times - in a complex economy like India - when the market fails to equitably distribute the wealth generated by the boom, writes Vir Sanghvi