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Past articles by Sanjay:

Because love is everything…

That is what Oliver taught us. With his gentleness, his energy and goodness, Oliver won over everyone he met. He added his own beauty to a world of tumult, and that beauty was sheer love. → Read More

Beyond the Porsches: Why I am happy just being the 'Steve Jobs of Ghatkopar!'

What is the point of a huge bank balance or a convertible sports car or a celebrity halo, if the heart is not content? → Read More

If demonetisation wasn't a failure, why isn't PM Modi celebrating its 'grand' 2nd anniversary?

Unfortunately, numbers don’t lie. That is why the Prime Minister is conspicuously missing. → Read More

How the Modi government is snoring as Indian rupee is plummeting

All that the BJP has been trying to do is cleverly camouflage its dismal showing on key macroeconomic factors. → Read More

Harvard-educated Jayant Sinha has shown BJP's real face

India has nose-dived into a black hole, hurling itself downwards at supersonic speed. → Read More

Why the attack on statues is an assault on Indians

BJP under Modi has created an environment of political hostility. → Read More

Breaking down Mohan Bhagwat urging India to join RSS

The RSS has hit upon a winning formula - push the Hindu Rashtra agenda through its elected political puppet. → Read More

Why Modi is not breaking his silence on one of India's biggest banking frauds

Crony capitalists who are large beneficiaries of government charity usually pay back through election funding. → Read More

Modi has no reasons to gloat about his government being corruption-free

The prime minister is a past master at making outrageous allegations by giving them the requisite melodramatic flavour for hitting the right buttons. → Read More

What Prime Minister Narendra Modi lying in Parliament means for India

Political hypocrisy has reached epic proportions. → Read More

In the age of leaders like Modi, Trump and Kim Jong-un

Both the Indian PM and US president have made post-truth and alternative facts their core political strategy. → Read More

Why Do We In India Shy Away From Discussing The Desi Harvey Weinsteins?

Sexual predators, and misogynists are a global problem, and we have plenty here too. → Read More

India Had Its ‘Acche Din’ Long Before Modi Did His Damage

A lie spoken a thousand times becomes the currency in circulation. → Read More

Made In India: Our Booming Industry Of Hate

The mass manufacture of polarisation. → Read More

Rahul Gandhi’s US address: The triumph of truth at Berkeley

Rahul’s candid admission that the Congress, in it’s second-term, allowed a false sense of invulnerability leading to political hubris is refreshingly honest. He is aware of his dynastic baggage on which he is perpetually questioned. But as he has also said, the headstart does not guarantee assured triumphs. → Read More

Goodbye Arvind Panagariya, Hello Amartya Sen?

It might finally be time to consider an inclusive economic model. → Read More

No, India Is Not Shining, It Wasn’t Then And It Certainly Isn’t Now

On Dalal Street, a frenzied euphoria is palpable. The Nifty has crossed the 10,000 milestone. In Indian stock-markets, in particular, where speculative transactions based on several sentimental consid... → Read More

‘One Nation, One Tax’ Is Good, But ‘One Nation, One Society’ Is Better

Economic inequality is deleterious, but social dissimilitude can be fatal. → Read More

Hugs And Handshakes Do Not Foreign Policy Make

We live in an intriguing new world disorder ever since Mr Donald Trump, a quasi-Republican, stormed into the White House, defying all political prognostications. Optimists believed that much of his pre-election rhetoric—which included a threat of tectonic shifts in the relationship of the USA with Russia, China, Iran, Mexico, and major power/trade blocs etc—would not ultimately translate into… → Read More

From Washington To New Delhi, Liberals Have A Lot To Answer For

Your opponent rarely beats you, it is you who loses. → Read More