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Shekhar Gupta: Buried, cremated, reborn

Nehruvian secularism gave minorities many privileges. Modi's BJP has redefined it using Triple Talaq
 Business Standard1 week ago

Has India lost Kashmir?

India isn't Israel, nor can it, or should be, says Shekhar Gupta. Have we lost Kashmir? The answer is no. But qualifications and caveats must follow. We have 'lost' Kashmir many times since 1947. The first time, when Pakistani raiders were about to storm Srinagar airport when Lieutenant General (then Lieutenant Colonel) Harbakhsh Singh's troops landed there, one Dakota at a time. How hopeless that situation was, go back to a decent library and read Lieutenant General Lionel Protip ('Bogey') ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago Shekhar Gupta: No, we haven't lost Kashmir  Business Standard1 month ago India's billionaires' success mantras  Rediff.com2 months ago

Shekhar Gupta: Garv se kaho hum Hindu (Nationalist) hain

Every move Modi has made is directed single-mindedly at changing Hindu grievance to Hindu resurgence
 Business Standard2 months ago The rise of Hindutva 2.0  Rediff.com3 weeks ago

Should the US mediate in the India-Pakistan dispute?

Any settlement with Pakistan won't last unless it comes with big power guarantees, feels Shekhar Gupta. There are three words voters the world over love now, and three they detest. The things they like are: Change, disruption, even political and ideological iconoclasm. The three they abhor: Status quo, establishments, political correctness. Donald Trump is only the latest personification of this. This is precisely what brought Narendra Modi to power and keeps his popularity going. In fact, it ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago Shekhar Gupta: New big idea vs failed, old bilateralism  Business Standard1 month ago

Justice with judiciousness

While the judiciary remains our most trusted institution, it should debate its internal health, argues Shekhar Gupta.Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/ If I am often allowed to slip cricket into deadly boring politics, I can also smuggle film music into this comment on our judiciary. Especially as I write this on the death anniversary of lyricist Anand Bakshi. Remembering his era and thinking about the judiciary at the same time brought back to me the lines he wrote for the 1969 Ashok ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago Shekhar Gupta: Justice with judiciousness  Business Standard1 month ago

Shekhar Gupta: Insecurity within

NDA's internal security score now weaker than UPA's; may hit Modi's momentum despite strong messages
 Business Standard1 month ago

Shekhar Gupta: When a national party dumps nationalism

Captain scored a point by taking on Canada's ministers but Modi may use opening better than Congress
 Business Standard1 month ago

Amarinder says Canadian defence minister 'is a Khalistani sympathiser’

“Harjit Sajjan is a Khalistani sympathiser, and so was his father,” Amarinder said at journalist Shekhar Gupta’s ‘Off the Cuff’ show for the channel NDTV 24X7 in Delhi.
 MSN India1 month ago Punjab CM won’t meet Canadian defence minister: ‘He is a Khalistani sympathiser’  MSN India1 month ago

Kejriwal could end up the Vinod Kambli of Indian politics

'...a dazzling flash, and then, fizzle,' argues Shekhar Gupta. That defeat is an orphan is a very old truism. I might have had that metaphor on my mind because I am reading British journalist Myra MacDonald's book by the same name, on Pakistan's recent history. But equally, the thought would have occurred to me also, reflecting on the setbacks Arvind Kejriwal's Aam Aadmi Party has suffered in Punjab and Goa. While in Goa their flight had obviously stalled, in Punjab even its rivals and critics ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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