Ravi Shanker Kapoor
Ravi Shanker Kapoor is a journalist and author. He has spent around 25 years in the media. As a freelance journalist, Kapoor has written for a number of leading publications. He has written four books on Indian politics and its associated institutions.
There seems to be a chasm between the economic policies of Prime Minister Narendra Modi on the one hand and those followed by the Chief Ministers of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on the other.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi wants investors to come to India.
Every year, the monsoon season wreaks havoc in big cities. Mumbai is the worst sufferer, but others - Chennai, Kolkata, Bangalore, Hyderabad, Delhi - are little better.
Union Ministers seem to have weird ideas about poverty alleviation, economic development, and banking.
Can't our politicians shed hyperbole and sanctimoniousness? Or at least scale down these abominations?
Veteran actress Shabana Azmi recently said that India is living in many centuries in different parts of the country simultaneously.
Our history books tell us that India was conquered first by the Muslims and then the British because our rulers were so divided that they couldn't withstand the foreign invaders.
The Tamil Nadu Environment & Forests Department’s Government Order for the “permanent” closure of Sterlite Copper, the Vedanta Group’s copper smelter plant in Thoothukudi, is shortsighted and g
The Finance Ministry has decided not to urge the Reserve Bank of India to relax its prompt corrective action (PCA) mechanism, but this can scarcely address the real issues like non-performing asset
What former US president John F. Kennedy said about victory and defeat can be paraphrased in the Indian context as: statism has a thousand fathers, but liberty is an orphan.