Tavleen Singh The Indian Express Group
Sunday 4 November '12Someone has to start saying it so it may as well be me. I am sick to death of hearing the word corruption
Sunday 28 October '12What is Robert Vadra’s Rs 300 crore ‘empire’ when compared with him living in a house that is worth Rs 100 crore more than that? A
Sunday21 October '12Cheering them on are prime time television anchors whose idea of political journalism seems limited to gathering commentators every evening to chatter away about the mob’s latest victim.
Sunday14 October '12It's not just because I am bored with mango man and his mysterious riches that you will not be reading about the son-in-law of our supreme leader in this column today
Sunday7 October '12A deep gloom descended on me as I watched President Obama debate Mitt Romney in the first of this American election’s debates last week and for the oddest reason
Sunday30 September '12Women started selling babies they could not longer feed.
Sunday23 September '12Rock bottom along with Angola, Cameroon, Congo and Yemen.
Sunday16 September '12There is so much confusion about economic reforms in the public mind that people seem not to know what they want
Sunday9 September '12Ever since his second term in office began, there have been many, many moments when the Prime Minister looked pathetic.
Sunday2 September '12So unaccustomed have we become to good news on the economic and political front that last week, a spectacular bit of good news went almost unnoticed
Sunday26 August '12Parliament has become an arena for noise instead of lawmaking.
Sunday19 August '12This formerly faceless official is such a celebrity today that respected international newspapers write profiles of Vinod Rai.
Sunday12 August '12India’s most powerful political leader speaks so rarely that I watched in wonder as she berated L K Advani for daring to call her government ‘illegitimate’.
Sunday5 August '12Among the things that put me off Anna, and his movement, from the start was its totalitarian nature.
Sunday29 July '12As someone who has been distrustful of Anna Hazare’s rabble rousing ways from day one, it gave me immense pleasure to see his latest jamboree flop.
Sunday22 July '12The hardest thing to understand about Rahul Gandhi’s declaration last week that he plans to play a ‘larger role’ in politics and government is his timing.
Sunday15 July '12It is both ironic and amusing that it took an actor from Bollywood to shine a light on the yawning gaps in Indian journalism
Sunday8 July '12On the day that the Foreign Secretaries of India and Pakistan met in Delhi last week, I had a personal cross-border encounter that left me worried about whether there can ever be peace with the Islami...
Sunday1 July '12Now that the Prime Minister has expressed a desire to see the ‘animal spirit’ revived in the Indian economy, I feel the need to remind him of a promise he made in 2004.
Sunday24 June '12I have deliberately misspelt the word because when said in Hindi that is how it is usually pronounced.
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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