Veteran journalist M.J Akbar is the founder of The Sunday Guardian.
One section of Indians, small but very powerful, will be deeply upset by Finance Minister Arun Jaitley's first proper budget: those who cheated the country by converting their wealth into black money
Justice is fragile without honour. The letter of the law is finite, but the spirit of the law is infinite. A judge is measured by rectitude, a moral virtue.
Justice appreciates the need for partisan
The newspaper headlines during two exceedingly pleasant days in Kolkata this week were intriguing, to put it mildly. They were full of taxi fares.
Every political leader reads the popular mood right
As the ceaseless season of 30x12 cricket (for the uninitiated that means round-the-year) enters another one-day caper, my thoughts stray to a 26-year-old Pakistani player, Haris Sohail, who has just s
How many men do you need to cart over 5,000 bottles of whisky into a Delhi warehouse on the eve of an Assembly election? Fewer, certainly, than the number needed to transfer this elixir to the men