Ashutosh Varshney The Indian Express Group
Monday 23 December '13But AAP’s real challenge will be to find ways to enhance routine accountability.
Thursday 12 December '13Congress’s secular nationalist narrative has lost its vigour. Internal elections must be brought back even if they oust its first family.
Thursday31 October '13How rapid urbanisation will unravel the politics of caste.
Friday20 September '13Why the Muzaffarnagar riots were a departure from past trends.
Wednesday11 September '13The domestic origins of India’s economic problems lie in that clash.
Tuesday27 August '13UPA has missed the moment to set up a second states reorganisation commission.
Saturday27 July '13Whether growth, welfare or both — get a move on
Friday12 July '13India is at the point where a low income democracy cannot afford to ignore the hungry
Thursday27 June '13The numbers don't add up, without a pooling of anti-Congress votes.
Tuesday18 June '13Does he have a political or economic blueprint for a changing India?
Tuesday21 May '13There is a new moment in Pakistan. India must build on it
Tuesday23 April '13How could terror breed in the heart of a city so inclusive?
Wednesday20 March '13By permitting hyphenated identities, India has allowed national feeling to increase
Wednesday13 February '13In this country, undifferentiated citizenship is an ideologue’s or a philosopher’s pipe dream with ghastly real-world implications
Tuesday25 December '12Or, he must become one, if he wants to take national centrestage
Friday14 December '12Why it is wrong to blame Nehru for turning away from markets and perpetuating poverty in India
Friday30 November '12Nehru’s unwavering support to institutions still shores up the polity
Friday26 October '12Corruption may be an offshoot of high GDP rates without institutional change
Saturday6 October '12Sudheendra Kulkarni’s new book takes some liberties with science but the myriad ideas it pursues with erudition make it an absorbing read
Monday24 September '12We need retail reform as India’s farmers must be connected to its rising cities
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