The author is former Editor, Reuters Asia, Editor-in-Chief of The Hindustan Times, and Editor of Business Today
Forget about global warming and focus on local warnings
Strong, sustained growth is possible - if we don't trip ourselves up
Our history of Karnataka-style perfidy goes back a long way
Indians got the vote even before they got citizenship
Will we get our act together, or continue to muddle in middle-income mediocrity?
Mere laws do not guarantee our youngest citizens a safe and healthy life.
Many of us are hunting bigger fortunes on foreign shores
63 million ‘missing’ women, 21 million ‘unwanted’ girls: we need a pink revolution
The only antidotes to fake news are truth and common sense
There is no loophole that has not met an Indian taxpayer. A Hindi proverb says you can never straighten a dog’s tail (kutte ki poonch…).