Veteran journalist M.J Akbar is the founder of The Sunday Guardian.
Democracy has many loose ends. Among them is the understandable itch of media to predict the fate of a marathon after the first hundred steps. But even the sharpest critics of Prime Minister Narendra
What does tight-lipped Congress politician A.K. Antony have in common with loquacious cricket commentator Ravi Shastri? Both have been summoned from the woodwork to pass judgement on a debacle. Antony
Prime Ministers choose one of three options when they step up to the podium at the Red Fort on Independence Day. They speak to their governments; or mumble to themselves; or talk to the people of Indi
When a tyrant asked Plato for the Constitution of Athens, a proud democratic city-state five centuries before the Christian era, the philosopher sent him the plays of Aristophanes. Among them is The C
Why write a fat
book when a single sentence might suffice?
There are many excellent reasons why Mrs Sonia Gandhi should pen a memoir, but Kunwar Natwar Singh's autobiography, One Life is Not Enough,