Among the 58 ministers of the new Narendra Modi government, there is 1 representative from Kerala. I think that is one too many and Modi is being too generous to a state that has decisively voted against him by electing all 20 MPs from the opposition parties. That I am disappointed is an understatement. Like... Continue Reading →
BJP performed much below expectations in the by-election to Chengannur assembly constituency in Kerala. What are factors that have contributed to this failure of the party?
Left-libbers are outraging that Modi did not silently endure the heckling and rowdy behavior of their fellow traveler. He instead used wit to reduce Renuka Chowdhury to an utter joke. In this post, I discuss the motivation driving their outrage.
In a few days, Narendra Modi will complete three and a half years as Prime Minister of India. National and international leftist media has often painted him as a Hindu nationalist. However, apart from his intermittent public displays of personal religiosity, neither he nor any of his government colleagues has paid even a lip-service in... Continue Reading →
Editors of Hindustan Times seem to have chosen the side of the political divide that they stand on. News outlets peddling partisan political propaganda will not be a problem as long as they are open and honest about it.