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Shekhar Gupta: Indira Gandhi at 100: Why she still rules India
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Shekhar Gupta: Indira Gandhi at 100: Why she still rules India

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'I've to do something about it'

Delhi's air is a desperate problem, but some of the solutions have been too desperate and unthinking, says Shekhar Gupta. IMAGE: A view of Rajpath, New Delhi, enveloped in smog, November 7, 2017. Photograph: Manvender Vashist/PTI Photo The headline for this piece is inspired by Raj Kapoor's Bobby (1973). Dimple Kapadia pleads with Rishi Kapoor in Lata Mangeshkar's voice: 'Mujhe kuchch kehna hai (I must tell you something).' And Rishi Kapoor responds, 'Mujhe bhi kuchch kehna hai (Even I want to ...
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Why did Pranab not reveal all in his book?

What Shekhar Gupta would have liked to know more about from Pranabda: Why did Sonia prefer Dr Singh to him as PM? Why did he deny finance first, why did he accept it 5 years later, and why did he make such a mess of it? How did he force Sonia to nominate him for President and not Hamid Ansari? And how does he justify that most toxic legacy -- the Vodafone tax amendment? The history of Pranab Mukherjee's five-decade public life tells you that no one who dared to engage him in an argument has ...
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How successful were surgical strikes?

The strategic success of the surgical strikes has not matched their brilliant tactical achievement, says Shekhar Gupta. Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com Here are two sets of evidence as we assess the cost-benefit outcome of the surgical strikes last year. The first of these is being presented by the military establishment at the say-so of the political leadership. It isn't being done through a conventional method like a press conference with a liveried general explaining the operation on a ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago Shekhar Gupta: Post-operation prognosis  Business Standard1 month ago

Shekhar Gupta: Mujhe Kuchch Karna Hai

Delhi air is at gas-chamber levels despite well-intended activist-judicial complex's "we must do something" ban on crackers, old vehicles, diesel etc. We fool ourselves by trivialising a grave crisis
 Business Standard1 month ago
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Do you question a rape survivor?

I am only suggesting greater sensitisation and understanding of adults' sexual and lifestyle choices, says Shekhar Gupta. Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com Why did a young woman go to watch a late-night movie with her boyfriend, wearing tight jeans and t-shirt? Does it not suggest a promiscuous relationship? Why did she not keep her parents and college informed, particularly when her daddy isn't rich enough to give her the safety of a chauffeur-driven car? And why were she and her boyfriend ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

A strong govt should avoid such moves like excise duty cuts: Shekhar Gupta

If a strong government blinks then the opposition will know that the government is losing nerve and pressure will build up, says Shekhar Gupta of The Print.
 Money Control1 month ago
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Why babas think they are above the law

The babas' vote banks and the politicians' greed for en bloc votes is the curse of Punjab and Haryana, says Shekhar Gupta. If the context hadn't been so stark we would have found this question more perplexing: Which part of our country has the most godmen per square mile? It is, indeed, an unusual suspect, Punjab and Haryana. This region is known for much else in our country, but not really for such a preponderance of religion, spirituality and self-styled godmen. Not all are crooks. Some have ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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Is Hamid Ansari right?

'Is Ansari flagging a genuine concern? Is a rectification called for?''And finally: Do minorities matter?' asks Shekhar Gupta. Let's set this argument up by borrowing our courtroom judges' method by stating the bare facts first. We will argue and conclude later whether it is a good or a bad thing. With the departure of Mohammad Hamid Ansari, Indian political history has opened a new chapter.   I have checked, even deep trawled the history of many short-term governments, but failed to find ...
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Shekhar Gupta: Rise of the party Commissar

After Kamraj, Amit Shah is first truly powerful chief of a ruling party. Cabinet rejig will be proof
 Business Standard2 months ago Clearly, India's 2nd Most Powerful Man  Rediff.com2 months ago
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