As India grapples with shocking rise in Covid 19 cases, the medical infrastructure in the country is on the verge of collapse. Ever since the first Covid-19 wave hit the country mid-2020, signs were clearContinue Reading
Road Safety in India: Lets give the attention it deserves
Oh, how I wish we as a nation had shown the same concern, interest, focus and investment on reducing the number of road fatalities, as we have done in the past 4 months on Covid-19.Continue Reading
Enter the Dragon: What are India’s strategic options dealing with China?
There is a sense of unease in the global politics with nations struggling to come to terms with the challenges put forth by COVID-19. It’s an acute challenge which has brought unique problems and hasContinue Reading
Global Leadership: A pandemic bigger than Coronavirus the world should be worried about
The word humanity has never assumed greater importance than what we are going through today. It is a word that should be our Bhagwat Geeta or Bible, a word that should be a mantra forContinue Reading
Motor Vehicles Act 2019: Let us do our bit to make Indian roads safer
The decision of the Government of India to bring in effect the Motor Vehicles Act of 2019 is one of the most important and long-awaited decision that should have been taken years back. It isContinue Reading
The National Language Conundrum: Let us embrace English as our National Language
Now this is going to be controversial. However, everybody is free to give their views on which should be (if there has to be one, and I feel there needs to be one) India’s nationalContinue Reading
Why does India’s oldest political party need to reinvent the wheel?
Ever since the government of India was re-elected over 2 months ago on 23rd May 2019, a fascinating and a worrying story has emerged on the opposite side. After a second successive debacle in theContinue Reading
Jammu and Kashmir: Why it now needs our best foot forward?
The decision of the Government of India to abrogate Article 370 has been coming for some time, no matter how much the opposition parties find it sudden or ill-planned. It only takes a glance atContinue Reading