In the past 1 year, there has been a sort of political earthquake in Delhi, the national capital. In 2011, the agitation for the Jan Lokpal galvanized crowds all over the country and almost brought the Government down on its knees (of course, with the kind of advice that the Government was getting from the […]
Social networking is still considered to be a bane for crowd-sourced anti-establishment movements in some Islamic/Dictatorial countries, but in India however, the over-reaching power of the liberal media more than makes up for this.
When the rape of the 23-year-old student from Delhi occurred 10 days ago, the simmer had reached to a boil and […]
The two interviews, one with the home minister Sushil Kumar Shinde and the other with the Delhi police commissioner Neeraj Kumar, both conducted by Rajdeep Sardesai on the CNN-IBN channel (24 December 2012) left no one in doubt about the archaic, even medieval mindset of the higher echelons of the Indian government and its police […]