An account on vote

It is still an ordeal in many parts of India to get to the voting venue, what with weather, distance and goons playing spoil sport. And even if you reach there on the appointed day, it is an even bigger pain to be held up in queues for hours before seeing the insides of the booth for what is increasingly being felt as an utterly useless exercise. Continue Reading

Look who’s cribbing!

‘ .. given the nature of competitive politics and the very fractured mandates given to governments, it has become difficult sometimes for us to do what is manifestly obvious’. Such lament should be no surprise to those following the PM’s moods, particularly the post-nuclear deal fiasco. Continue Reading