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Space for change in Kashmir, but BJP may miss the chance
The rest of India can be won by the promise of good governance; Kashmir needs genuine ‘insaniyat’. Empathy must go beyond symbolic gestures, writes Rajdeep Sardesai.
Game is to hide: Srinivasan symbolic of deeper rot
Is ‘conflict of interest’ really a concept that is taken seriously enough, or is BCCI president-in-exile N Srinivasan simply symbolic of a deeper malaise in public life? Asks Rajdeep Sardesai.
Identity is not always destiny
It is possible to express a measure of caste pride in harmless ways without expecting it to reap dividends in today’s meritocratic world. Rajdeep Sardesai writes.
Rahul Gandhi has to lead his troops
The Congress has not reckoned with the kind of politician Narendra Modi is and it seems to be nursing the illusion that power is cyclical and eventually the wheel of political fortune will turn in its favour, writes Rajdeep Sardesai.
Assembly elections verdict is out: it's Narendra Modi vs the rest
Only a united opposition and a credible local leadership have any chance of stopping the Narendra Modi-Amit Shah juggernaut, writes Rajdeep Sardesai.
To move forward, Modi needs entire team's support
The PM has done a splendid job of selling the India story. To take things forward, he will need the support of his ministers, writes Rajdeep Sardesai.
BJP at the crossroads: What the party can learn from bypolls results
Amit Shah must decide which direction he wishes to take the party: Abandon coalition politics or pursue inclusive politics that looks beyond Hindutva. Rajdeep Sardesai writes.
Conundrum of modern political life: A leader's two sides
Politicians are notoriously schizophrenic: I have met any number of netas who can be wonderfully warm and polite when they are off camera but turn into rabble-rousing public figures once the camera is switched on, writes Rajdeep Sardesai.
Modi's fine words must be followed by firm action
Politics too, is experiencing a similar compression in time. So, Narendra Modi’s first 100 days are already being seen as a verdict on his government. A 100 days is just over 14 weeks, writes Rajdeep Sardesai.
Modi govt's 'clean-up' drive: no dust in offices
Cabinet clears major infra, Digital India projects
Felling laws for environment, from Manmohan's govt to Modi's
It’s time for Shiv Sena to grow up
Shiv Sena needs to spend less time courting controversies and start behaving like a mature political organisation committed to governance. It needs to shed the baggage of the past that is littered with politics of hate, writes Rajdeep Sardesai.
Ruling the roost in Raj Bhavan: do we really need governors?
If the removal of a governor should not be arbitrary, then neither should the appointment. And the fact is, over the last four decades, stretching back to the 1970s, that is precisely what has happened.
India high on interest, low on facilities as Fifa World Cup kicks off
Fans in Kolkata will cheer for Brazil; Mumbai pubs will have screenings; and Goa and Kerala will revolve around a ball. We will celebrate the spirit of the beautiful game even as the national team won’t be playing it yet again. Rajdeep Sardesai writes.
Narendra Modi must shun adversarial politics
India cannot afford another bout of endless recrimination and non-cooperation that derails the legislative process. Narendra Modi must shun adversarial politics and attempt a political reconciliation, writes Rajdeep Sardesai.
Rahul to Akhilesh, Ajit Pawar to media: Modi needs to thank them
When the Gujarat leader writes his blog and thanks the Indian voter, here are a few more thank you cards he should send out, writes Rajdeep Sardesai.
Box office hit: How Modi managed media focus
The prime minister described the “Modi wave” as a “media creation”. If there is a ‘Modi Wave’ it is because Team Modi has made better use of its election war chest than the Congress, writes Rajdeep Sardesai.
The making of a Smart India: Let's not lose this opportunity
I can’t leave home, face people: Bihar rape victim
PMO pushes private FM channels to air Mann Ki Baat programme
Acting blind to beg on Delhi streets earned him 5 seconds of fame in Aamir's PK
Aamir Khan's PK: 5 things to watch out for
Peshawar school attack: More than 130, mostly children, massacred by Taliban militants
Pakistan in mourning as parents bury children killed by Taliban
Diandra Soares evicted from Bigg Boss 8: Could she really be pregnant?
132 children killed as Taliban gunmen storm Peshawar school
Sydney siege: Infosys techie among several hostages in cafe; negotiations with gunman on
26/11 accused Zakiur Rehman Lakhvi led charmed life in jail, fathered a child
Doublespeak or all-out war? Focus on how Pakistan will address militancy
Fresh ‘conversions’ in Uttar Pradesh, Bihar trigger tension
Co-founder Ajay Singh heads SpiceJet rescue op
Kerala dilutes liquor policy, Sundays won’t be ‘dry'
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