October 23, 2020
Sugata Srinivasaraju

Sugata Srinivasaraju

  • The Quaestor Quatrains
    The Quaestor Quatrains

    Sagely statesman or savage beast, poetry soothes the soul of either

  • The Citrus Blight
    The Citrus Blight

    Base shrinking and internally riven, can the BJP stay relevant for 2014?

  • A Quiet Sultan
    A Quiet Sultan

    The student days of ‘Tipu’ in Mysore

  • Stones For Words
    Stones For Words

    Pillars of the state in a blood feud. The symptoms are dire.

  • Deathly Altar Of Tatu Ajja
    Deathly Altar Of Tatu Ajja

    Was Basavaraja’s death plain murder or a gruesome enactment of a tantric ritual?

  • The Eyes Have It, The Eyes Have It
    The Eyes Have It, The Eyes Have It

    After land and mining scams, the BJP’s gateway to the south chews on Porngate

  • ‘I’m A Specialist In Rocket Science And A Failure As A Psychologist’
    ‘I’m A Specialist In Rocket Science And A Failure As A Psychologist’

    Former ISRO chairman offers fresh insight on the controversial Antrix-Devas deal

  • Geography Lesson Revised
    Geography Lesson Revised

    It won’t be such a bad thing—smaller states. Language-based units have run their course. It’s time to...

  • Does Ash Like It Sukka?
    Does Ash Like It Sukka?

    Illi baaru, boss. Swinging between button idlis and pandi curries.

  • The Leftover God
    The Leftover God

    A temple’s demeaning ‘leftovers’ ritual has all sides frothing

  • The Retailer
    The Retailer

    Can a Walmart ever match Indian jugaad?

  • Orange Bitters
    Orange Bitters

    Bellary bypoll turns litmus test for BJP

  • Couldn’t Prevent Jack From Being Happy
    Couldn’t Prevent Jack From Being Happy

    We had an eye out for happiness, and found it in poverty softened by hope, in struggle, in selflessness, and...

  • Watered Down
    Watered Down

    An RSS group baiting Modi? Read on.

  • For A Golden Rendezvous
    For A Golden Rendezvous

    Labourers at the Kolar Gold Fields mine an ore of hope

  • Kicking As He Goes
    Kicking As He Goes

    Yediyurappa thinks he’s been fixed by his party and is hitting back

  • ‘The Indian Dream Will Be An American Photocopy’
    ‘The Indian Dream Will Be An American Photocopy’

    The head of the department of psychiatry at Nimhans Bangalore speaks on the present and future young of India...

  • “I Had To Tell Kejriwal That, In Hisar, We Had Jumped The Gun”
    “I Had To Tell Kejriwal That, In Hisar, We Had Jumped The Gun”

    The former Karnataka Lokayukta expresses anguish on how how Anna Hazare’s ‘apolitical’ movement may be...

  • His Barony, Undermined
    His Barony, Undermined

    With G. Janardhana Reddy’s arrest, will the mineshaft collapse on the Bellary brothers?

  • Smelting Point
    Smelting Point

    How will the Bellary Reddy arrest play out for the BJP?

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