Tavleen Singh The Indian Express Group
Sunday 5 January '14First, let me give credit to the friend (she knows who she is) who gave me the idea to write a piece on ‘turncoats’.
Sunday 29 December '13Judging from Rahul’s speech to FICCI members in Delhi, he appears to have seen the light.
Sunday22 December '13I have found myself pitted against ‘secularists’, whose case is that Modi will divide the country.
Sunday15 December '13In my humble opinion there are two things that will decide the results of the next general election.
Sunday8 December '13Communal violence Bill will serve mostly to isolate the Muslim community even more.
Sunday1 December '13Tarun Tejpal was good at promoting himself, and has been for at least a decade the darling of Lutyens liberals.
Sunday24 November '13When we discuss Narendra Modi we need to use the same measure as we use for other political leaders.
Sunday17 November '13One of the tenets of the democratic feudalism that governs our polity is that we do not attack the Dynasty.
Sunday10 November '13If Sonia had behaved less like the Empress of India and more like a normal political leader, she would have attracted people.
Sunday27 October '13The second reason for saluting the Indian justice system is on account of the brilliant new film Shahid.
Sunday20 October '13I support all efforts to keep government spending under control.
Sunday13 October '13There is “no right time to tell the truth” he proudly told political rallies across Punjab and Uttar Pradesh last week,
Sunday6 October '13Can we begin, though, by asking why Ramesh did not do these things as minister in charge for sanitation?
Sunday29 September '13Dr Manmohan Singh is only the illusion of a prime minister.
Sunday22 September '13If he does, then the Congress has much bigger problems to contend with than the advent of the challenger from Gujarat.
Sunday15 September '13Neither of the two men who lead the race to become India’s next prime minister raised local issues.
Sunday8 September '13I do this in the hope that it will persuade you that democracy is weakened when parliamentary constituencies become fiefdoms
Sunday1 September '13This dream of prosperity is what Sonia has killed in the decade that she has been India’s de facto prime minister.
Sunday25 August '13The response to my column last week left me humbled. And, I am not the humble type.
Sunday18 August '13Had Rahul Gandhi made the speech Narendra Modi did last week, he would have been hailed as India’s shining white hope.
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