Tarun Tejpal is a victim of his own façade, fantasies and greed. He is trapped in a skin not his own. The current scandal is not just about him. It is about abuse of power, by a journalist, an editor and a man.
Voters respect democracy despite politicians not because of them. Perhaps it is time that our stridently insecure parliamentarians learn that respect is earned not taught. Heeding the lessons of political satire is a good place to start.
'Review of all textbooks of Political Science as well as a general review of all books of NCERT should be undertaken to ensure that inappropriate material is excluded from these textbooks. I am of the view that a large number of depictions in these c
My Facebook feed, on the morning of January 30, was overtaken by RIPs. These were not mass tributes for Gandhi, but condolences for the dreaded Joint Entrance Examination (JEE), conducted by the Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs)...
'While we meet to talk about how to keep the internet open, unfortunately some countries are pulling very hard in the opposite direction, they are trying to erect walls between different activities online'