Narendra Modi has lots in common with Indira Gandhi in style, populism and opposition
Narendra Modi and Indira Gandhi are in contrasting contexts, yet there are striking similarities in their style and populism
Making a sense of Jawaharlal Nehru University Students’ Union (JNUSU) elections
For an outsider, the JNU election is all about ‘laal salaam, comrade, hum ladenge saathi’ and of course, Kanhaiya Kumar.
Would Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri been a better choice than The Shape Of Water?
Before Sridevi, it was Meena Kumari, Nutan, Madhubala and Geeta Bali who left us too soon.
A premature death at 54 is not one would have wished for her, but one look at her filmography in Hindi and four southern languages show that she had packed more into her life and career in those years than many of us would perhaps wish in lifetimes.
Brutally Basic Bollywood: Fabulous cook, accomplished painter Sridevi no more — Lesser known facts about the screen icon
The writer has picked top 10 lesser known facts about the late actress.
Let’s learn from Amul. It is a romantic idea for a corporate rescue but one that may deserve attention.
AAP govt has many flaws, but it has dramatically improved Delhi’s landscape in politics and governance
Kejriwal-bashing is a fashionable pastime in the upper reaches of the middle class in India, and certainly in its capital.
The writer has picked top 10 Bollywood romantic films of all times.
Those who derided Modi's terming of pakoda-selling as employment are stuck in a mindset where employment means 9 to 5.
Is investment in stock markets still a better idea over investment in real estate and gold?
Brutally Basic Bollywood - Swara Bhaskar, Padmaavat, Sanjay Leela Bhansali and jauhar: Old rage, new bottle, misplaced
It's a film set in the 14th century. Questioning johar in its story is like asking why Deepika and Ranveer were not wearing jeans and jackets.
We may be looking at the Budget from the wrong angle.
The budget placed by the Finance Minister has only shown that the government has practically run out of ideas.
Amidst all the “last budget” euphoria and the high expectations from the general public of it, the budget outlay details for the Indian Railway went relatively unnoticed. And possibly this was the prime reason for merging the Railways budget with the Union budget. Significant reforms are needed in Indian Railways whilst keeping populism at bay.
Announcement on circle rate would reduce hardship to sellers as they would not be compelled to pay higher capital gains tax if the difference is within 5 percent of circle rates.
India’s Defence Budget FY 18-19 registered only a marginal increase.
Amidst the clamour of commentary around the Union Budget yesterday and today, one issue is conspicuous by its absence: jobs.
There were sufficient hints in recent months and so nobody can claim surprise over the Union Budget 2018-19 offerings. The Gujarat Assembly election result had demonstrated that rural voters were upset with the Bharatiya Janata Party. The BJP had fared less well than it had expected in village local body elections in some states.
Arun Jaitley talked of a 'paradigm shift' in India's agriculture. Can Union Budget 2018 make it happen?
Though Jaitley made his government's goal clear, there was little clarity on how to get there.
Finance Minister may think of putting some concessional rate on the long-term capital gains but maybe an exception could be made for small investors.
US is beginning to sound like India of the 1970s while India is beginning to sound like America of the 1990s.