under Jatin Gandhi

Chidambaram  did not reply to the debate on Kashmir. It bothered no one.


2 Sep 2010 | BY Jatin Gandhi

Rahul Gandhi wants to radically transform a party that had grown much too distant from ordinary citizens. He expects to have 20 million new recruits, but wants more.


26 Aug 2010 | BY Jatin Gandhi

The combination of rain and rubble is a boon for mosquitoes.


26 Aug 2010 | BY Jatin Gandhi

It all happened within the span of a week. Farmers died in police firing during protests over land acquisition in Aligarh.


19 Aug 2010 | BY Jatin Gandhi

It is a rare occasion in Parliament when leaders of all parties agree with one another. And when they do, you know vote-bank politics is lurking around the corner.


17 Aug 2010 | BY Jatin Gandhi

If you expect youngsters in Parliament to rejuvenate Indian democracy, prepare for disappointment. Their record so far offers challenges faith.


30 Jul 2010 | BY Jatin Gandhi

Of course, the Rashtriya Swayamsewak Sangh (RSS) is a cultural organisation that doesn’t interfere in the internal matters of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP).


23 Jul 2010 | BY Jatin Gandhi

The floods in Punjab and Haryana are probably the worst since 1988. That does not, however, mean that there have been no floods since 1988. Every year, the Ghaggar river swells up and the waters breach its banks, submerging homes, affecting livelihoods, and, in some cases, causing deaths. This year, the death toll is close to 36. So far.

The floods haven’t caught the states unawares. It is just that their governments have chosen to do nothing about it. The Ghaggar, interestingly, is a river that dries up when it is not raining. Repairing the banks is easy at such times.


19 Jul 2010 | BY Jatin Gandhi

Sharad Pawar has always been a difficult ally of the Congress. With the timing of his moves, which could upset the coalition arithmetic in the Government, Pawar has got Congressmen peeved.


15 Jul 2010 | BY Jatin Gandhi

It has taken a while, but the Rohtang Tunnel project could alter everything, from defence to tourism—unless ecological degradation gets in the way.


2 Jul 2010 | BY Jatin Gandhi
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