It’s not about the nuclear deal

Chinmaya R. Gharekhan If – and that’s a big if – the leaders of the U.S., China, South Korea and North Korea succeed in concluding a deal on the... Read more »

Can the BJP wrest Karnataka from the Congress?

Muralidhar Rao, Rajeev Gowda & Sandeep Shastri The JD(S) and the Congress are two faces of the same coin. The BJP will win with a majority Yes, we will... Read more »

Why it makes sense for India and China to cooperate on Iran’s Chabahar project

Harsh V. Pant, Paras Ratna After U.S. President Donald Trump decided to withdraw from the Irannuclear deal, Iranian President Hassan Rouhani has indicated that his government remains committed to... Read more »

Remembering and forgetting in Karnataka

Janaki Nair History has been weaponised afresh in the electoral war zone of Karnataka.What set the ball rolling was the first idiomatic reference by Karnataka Chief Minister Siddaramaiah to... Read more »

Focus on building trust: on India and Nepal’s bilateral ties

Dinesh Bhattarai Prime Minister, Narendra Modi, will pay a return state visit to Nepal this week (May 11-12). This visit by the leader of Nepal’s most important neighbour, and... Read more »

Political Stooges SC/ST Mla’s lick dust in every political party

Prof. Kali Dass India got freedom on 15th August 1947 & attained its democratic character on 26th January 1950, by way of adopting Constitution based on socialist character. A... Read more »

Our Democracy is for the Many

In Venezuela, we have a rite and a foundational myth. We have Bolívar and Chávez. They are not past, but they are history. And being history, they are also... Read more »

Smart Investment Strategies

Hima Bindu Kota For most people, there’s a time and place for both investments as well as savings. Combining active and passive investments can diversify a portfolio and help... Read more »