Veteran journalist M.J Akbar is the founder of The Sunday Guardian.
There is one articulate politician who knows more than he might be likely to admit about corporate influence on political power. Mani Shankar Aiyar brought a sudden energy, purpose and direction to th
Dr Henry Kissinger, master of international relations and lifetime student of its practice, writes that the long-serving foreign minister of the Soviet Union, Andrei Kosygin, would spend an hour each
Every election shifts politics. It takes an unusual one to alter geopolitics. Britain became, in the first week of May, a different country.
The big story is not that David Cameron converted a precar
Which of the two provides a better portrait of contemporary urban India: the stadium scenes of people watching an IPL cricket match, or the advertisements that interrupt broadcast after every over, an
Education comes in many forms when experience is your teacher. I recall the day when I was part of a delegation to some muscular regional satrap. There was only one point on our agenda: the extent, qu