Spewing venom on the internet – Dilip D’Souza

Good governance is a distant dream in India Here’s something for a man and his party to deal with, if they care. One big reason I won’t vote for the BJP — and their presumptive PM nominee, Modi — is the way their fans behave, in how they present to me this thing called Hindutva. Meanwhile, from some corner of the Web, a Modi-bhakt sends … Continue reading Spewing venom on the internet – Dilip D’Souza

It’s the Great Wharton Dustup – Dilip D’Souza

Narendra Modi’s supporters should stop using the freedom of speech argument because they don’t understand it Afew themes emerge, if confused, from recent happenings at Wharton: freedom of expression, a possible insult to the nation, horrible regimes that the US is friends with. All worth addressing. The insult, first. I accept that Narendra Modi feels injured by Wharton’s action. After all, how many of us … Continue reading It’s the Great Wharton Dustup – Dilip D’Souza