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Harish Khare

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Right In The Centre: The New Power Structure In Dilli Durbar

Right In The Centre: The New Power Structure In Dilli Durbar

Feb 16, 2022

An overt centralisation of power is choking India’s federal structure. The remedy lies in redoing the political landscape.

This Is Not Cricket... No One, However High And Mighty, Is Above The Law

This Is Not Cricket... No One, However High And Mighty, Is Above The Law

Dec 25, 2019

Do not abuse the trust or faith of any sizeable section of citizens, even BR Ambedkar had warned the rulers, reminds senior journalist Harish Khare

The Magic Tricked

The Magic Tricked

Feb 14, 2015

With AAP’s win, the Modi-Shah monopoly stands challenged

Taking The Media By The Tail

Taking The Media By The Tail

Feb 06, 2015

The tigers of the media and the corporate world find themselves caught in the unsparing, irreverent gaze of Vinod Mehta

The Raga Of Walking Away From A Fight

The Raga Of Walking Away From A Fight

Dec 19, 2014

‘No fire in the belly’ and ‘no appetite for a political fight’—with a leader diagnosed thus, the Congress let Modi have it his way

Liberals, This Is The Time To Keep The Faith

Liberals, This Is The Time To Keep The Faith

Nov 08, 2014

It will take far more than a regime change to erase Nehru’s legacy

The Man Who Wasn’t There?

The Man Who Wasn’t There?

May 09, 2014

He reinstituted the value of inclusive growth and governance open to scrutiny. He institutionalised the voice of civil society.

One-Man Tea Party

One-Man Tea Party

Apr 11, 2014

The Modi campaign is a copycatting of US right-wing tactics

Imagining What Rahul Does Not Even Want To Imagine

Imagining What Rahul Does Not Even Want To Imagine

Dec 13, 2013

It’s still possible for the Congress to reposition itself despite the dynastic clamps hampering it. But it will take more than Rahul’s petulance.

He Has Been Chosen

He Has Been Chosen

Apr 13, 2013

Since 1991, India too is seeing what western democracies are facing: a standoff between the state and the market.

See It Only In 3D: How The West Was Won

See It Only In 3D: How The West Was Won

Dec 21, 2012

The Congress is left to count its gains; Modi’s success infuses a certain piquancy into the choices the NDA has to make in the run-up to 2014

Arise, The King’s Men Are Here

Arise, The King’s Men Are Here

Dec 14, 2012

A journalistic memoir is gimlet-eyed about the Emergency, but drools before a cabal of indifference and preferment

The Folly Of Believing Your Own Hyperbole

The Folly Of Believing Your Own Hyperbole

Aug 31, 2012

A tall-talking, myopic, mulishly Jan Sanghi BJP is ripe for a fall

Scoops, And Vanishing Cream

Scoops, And Vanishing Cream

Jul 27, 2012

A great reporter, Nayar is also a regular flouter of objectivity, and a prime circulator of bogus, juicy gossip

What If Advani, Not 
Vajpayee, Had Been PM?

What If Advani, Not Vajpayee, Had Been PM?

Aug 14, 2004

Psesudo-patriotism would have defined the flawed and short-lived Advani regime. He would have replicated Charan Singh, a man at ease with his petty prejudices, small ideas and intellectual banality.

Deputy Sheriff's Badge

Deputy Sheriff's Badge

Oct 12, 2002

A dissection of State and civil society failures vis-a-vis Godhra

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