संघर्ष और नाकामी का इतना लंबा दौर झेलकर मैदान में बने रहने के लिए जो मानसिक मजबूती चाहिए वो कितने राजनेताओं में है? भारत में कोई दूसरा ऐसा राजनेता नहीं है जो पत्रकार और पेशेवर ट्रोल्स की भीड़ में जाकर उनकी बातें सुने और सवालों के जवाब दे। कोई ऐसा राजनेता नहीं है, जो अपनी गलतियाँ सार्वजनिक तौर पर स्वीकार करे और सीखने की कोशिश … Continue reading विश्लेषण: मैं राहुल गाँधी को गंभीरता से क्यों लेना चाहता हूँ?
Does the Indian Government really care? Since actions speak louder than words the unequivocal answer is a big no. I make this submission by stating data from the government websites. 1. Lets examine the updates available on the ministry of health website. We noticed that after the medical update provided to us on the 25th January 2020 no further updates were given till the 9th … Continue reading Does our government care?
When did you last see a dance movie which made you go Wow? I saw one just the other day. Its called Yeh Ballet. It has been directed by Sooni Tarporevala and produced by Siddharth Roy Kapur. Bless this new SRK! Yes, Yeh Ballet made me go WOW! Its the unconditional WOW that comes out when we watch the likes of Gopi Kishan , Padmini … Continue reading Yeh Ballet- First of its kind
Aye Mere Watan ke logon – An open letter to people of my beloved country I am writing this open letter as an Indian Muslim to all my countrymen, especially to my non-muslim brothers and sisters, so that they can understand what we are feeling today.For people of my generation, who were born after the emergency, partition was a distant history which we read in … Continue reading Aye Mere Watan ke logon – An open letter to people of my beloved country
The Hindu nationalists were victorious. What does that say about India? By Amartya Sen Mr. Sen, a Nobel laureate, is a professor of economics and philosophy at Harvard. May 24, 2019 Bharatiya Janata Party members celebrate outside its headquarters in Mumbai, India, last weekCreditCreditRafiq Maqbool/Associated Press Prime Minister Narendra Modi of India has led his Hindu nationalist Bharatiya Janata Party to a … Continue reading Modi Won Power, Not the Battle of Ideas
SEEMA MUSTAFA | 31 MAY, 2019 It was 1981. I was a cub reporter in the Indian Express covering crime, plus everything else that took my fancy. It was a delightful period, post Emergency when journalism and journalists were charged with new passion, a “we will not allow any government interference” mood. The Indian Express was a reporters newspaper, never really belonging to … Continue reading In Ballia In 1981 To Cover the Rape of a Young Dalit Girl