Sudheendra Kulkarni The Indian Express Group
Wednesday 2 October '13Reflecting on Gandhi’s 1931 visit to Rome and the echo of his message in Pope Francis’s pronouncements.
Tuesday 17 September '13BJP must learn to respect India’s diversity, stop being RSS’s political wing.
Sunday26 May '13I am sad because something that was a part of my work routine
Sunday12 May '13The battle of Mahabharata is over. Pandavas won the battle, caused by greed and lust for power on the part of Kauravas. As Krishna proclaims in the Bhagavad Gita
Sunday28 April '13In the life journey of individuals and organisations, the past never imprisons the present and predetermines the future. We have the freedom to will a different future
Sunday14 April '13When someone very close to you departs from this world, it leaves a void, which, in spite of its emptiness, is filled with a mystical kind of fullness.
Sunday31 March '13Vivekananda defies all those who seek to define him based on their own narrow understandings and agendas.
Sunday17 March '13Two of the world’s largest institutions—the Roman Catholic Church and China’s communist state—elected new leaders last week.
Sunday3 March '13P Chidambaram is a highly intelligent politician. He holds the distinction of presenting the second highest number of Union budgets
Sunday17 February '13News from inside the jail that I once stayed in is hard to come by.
Sunday3 February '13Can there conceivably be any conflict between ‘national’ and the nation?
Sunday20 January '13Here are a few of the alarming findings from Pratham’s Annual Status of Education Report 2012, released on Thursday.
Sunday6 January '13The history of human evolution—also of all civilisations—is in some ways a story of the tension between sexual indulgence and sexual self-control.
Sunday23 December '12The prime duty of any sovereign nation-state is to defend its boundaries.
Sunday9 December '12Is 1962 the only point in the past of the India-China ties that we Indians should remember?
Sunday25 November '12However, no less unlimited is the human ability to learn from past wrongs and create new history.
Sunday11 November '12November has witnessed two great nations—democratic USA and communist China—in transition.
Sunday28 October '12The relationship between politics and business is both fundamentally necessary and frequently flawed.
Sunday14 October '12Barring exceptions, why have the governments in India failed to deliver the desired results in ending hunger and malnutrition?
Sunday30 September '12It has been made with the intention of provoking Muslims by insulting Prophet Mohammed.
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