M.D Nalapat is the Editorial Director of The Sunday Guardian.

Mr Nadda, don’t forget the Daridra Narayan
20th Dec 2014
Mr Nadda, don’t forget the Daridra Narayan

Mahatma Gandhi constantly spoke of the "Daridra Narayan" — the poor and the disadvantaged. However, successive "followers" of his have favoured policies that ignore the interests of the poor in favo

Could Gandhiji have been saved from Godse?
13th Dec 2014

Memories long consigned to oblivion get re-ignited by stray events. The controversy following the mention of the assassination of Mahatma Gandhi by Nathuram Vinayak Godse on 30 January 1948 at Birla H

Don’t diminish Lord Ram, Sadhvi Niranjan
6th Dec 2014
Don’t diminish Lord Ram, Sadhvi Niranjan

If we regard goodwill as a bank, then it has become clear over the past months that while Prime Minister Narendra Modi has been making huge deposits into the BJP's "Goodwill Bank", several of his coll

Modi’s ministers must deliver jobs
29th Nov 2014
Modi’s ministers must deliver jobs

Six months into his first term in office, Prime Minister Narendra Modi must be searching for ways of improving his performance. The economy is still stuck at a 5% rate of growth (or half of what it ne

India’s ministers should follow Mahatma Gandhi
22nd Nov 2014
India’s ministers should follow Mahatma Gandhi

When he visited Washington, among the high points of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit was to see the statue of Mahatma Gandhi which is located in front of the embassy of India on Massachusetts Ave

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India unprepared to counter cyber warfare
20th Dec 2014

Military experts warn that the cyber sphere will be the means through which future wars, espionage, economic destruction, creation of paralysis through mass eruptions and social tensions through misin

‘Swiss club’ delays Modi’s reform drive
13th Dec 2014

Key officials and others are working overtime to block, or at a minimum, delay, Prime Minister Narendra Modi's reform agenda. These individuals are part of the "Swiss Club" whose core consists of 11 p

‘Reports of Modi declining Xi invite wrong’
22nd Nov 2014

Senior officials are surprised at reports in both the Chinese as well as Indian media that Prime Minister Narendra Modi declined a personal invitation from President Xi Jinping to attend the just-conc

Modi effect, not RBI, tames food inflation
15th Nov 2014

Senior officials say that food inflation has been moderated not by the high interest rate policy of the Reserve Bank of India (which in practice has boosted inflation and slowed growth), but by change

Officials confident PM Modi will prevail over ‘Swiss Club’
1st Nov 2014

Officials eager to actualise Prime Minister Narendra Modi's vow of the return to legal channels of an estimated $500 billion-plus held illegally by Indian nationals and their nominees abroad warn that

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