Tavleen Singh The Indian Express Group
Sunday 11 August '13It is just as well that the latest crisis on the Line of Control left the triumvirate that heads the Indian government speechless
Sunday 4 August '13Last week the Prime Minister met yet again with the mighty moguls of Indian industry
Sunday28 July '13No proof is needed that other than Narendra Modi, the BJP has nothing new to offer
Sunday21 July '13If you have noticed of late sympathy for Narendra Modi in this column, you would have noticed right
Sunday14 July '13This piece is being written on a monsoon morning filled with rain and soft shades of grey. The monsoon is so much my favourite season
Sunday7 July '13For those of you who may still believe that giving 800 million Indians the legal right to food will solve our grim and shameful malnutrition problem
Sunday30 June '13Like a plague of monsoon insects, ‘environmentalists’ have swarmed onto our television screens since the Uttarakhand cataclysm
Sunday23 June '13India’s biggest problem is bad governance and one reason why we always fail to address it is because we get distracted much too often by useless debates
Sunday16 June '13The shenanigans of last week prove conclusively that the most important issue in the next general election will be Narendra Modi
Sunday9 June '13Since I write this week from Naypyidaw, my only way to read Indian newspapers is online
Sunday2 June '13Ever since Sonia Gandhi set up her National Advisory Council (NAC) I have opposed it as a dangerously meddlesome extra-constitutional body
Sunday26 May '13Last week I was in Istanbul to participate in a conference on the future of democracy and the liberal order.
Sunday19 May '13In the drawing rooms of Lahore last week I met old friends who told me that I had become a hate object in the eyes of the ‘liberals’ they knew in India.
Sunday12 May '13When the news came from Karnataka last week that the Bharatiya Janata Party had suffered a humiliating defeat I was delighted
Sunday5 May '13Are Sonia Gandhi’s sycophants coming home to roost? I ask the question not just because I was attacked on national television last week by one of her toadies
Sunday28 April '13Chinese soldiers are currently on a camping trip in Ladakh. The insouciance with which they crossed the border and set up their tents on Indian soil
Sunday21 April '13There has been much talk lately of governance. Ever since Narendra Modi put it at the top of his political agenda, other political leaders have picked up on it
Sunday14 April '13In case you are politically naïve and do not fully understand what that word means today let me make clear that it means Narendra Modi.
Sunday7 April '13Let me begin by admitting that I wish I did not have to analyse Rahul Gandhi’s first major address to the nation. It feels too much like kicking a helpless puppy
Sunday31 March '13This week I have my chance as this law is the topic of the moment.
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Pawan Khera and Shashi Tharoor's defence of the UPA, as rejoinders to articles by Pratap Bhanu Mehta and Shekhar Gupta, displays how political sycophancy can distort perception. They are written to ensure their status in the party. Madhu Trehan A people in despair, a government in wonderland Comments