Jain, Jain go away

Even as Justice Jain has been burning midnight oil to unravel the larger conspiracy behind Rajiv Gandhi’s assassination, there seems to be an even larger one afoot to ensure that the final report does not see the light of day. The once bitten Gujral government is not only twice shy now. but even seems to be in a mood to wreak vengeance on the retired judge’s Commission of Enquiry Continue Reading

Forget it

The only crowd that appears somewhat in a mood to cheer the birth of yet another year, is perhaps the Congress. The last three days of this outgoing year have more than compensated for 362 days of endless woes for the party. In a way, the Sonia-mania that has gripped the party and lifted its sagging spirits Continue Reading

Kumaramangalam’s coup

That Congress is a sinking ship and is a fit case for desertion would be stating the obvious. Though, the exodus from this party of yore on a daily basis is a recent phenomenon, the erosion in its popular appeal had started long back. Having lost its stability slogan to the BJP and with too many claimants for the secular card biting away at its very roots, the party appears bankrupt in every way. Continue Reading