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So Many Political Vibrations Romesh Thapar RAJIV GANDHI will soon be into a new ball game. His aides might try to concoct all kinds of superficial theories to explain away the election debacle in...
IT doesn't make sense. Whatever persuaded Rajiv Gandhi to behave like a naughty school boy and cover himself with blatant lies and openly contradictory statements in parliament. The flouting of...
IF our non-functioning MPs are so distracted by the forthcoming bunch of state elections that it is difficult to round them up to establish a minimum quorum in parliament, president Giani Zail Singh...
The Jungles of Today Romesh Thapar WE are on the edge of what are bound to become prolonged nuclear dialogues between India and Pakistan. Boastfully, the Pakistani, scientists, Dr Ali Khan, in his...
Our Non-Working Parliament Romesh Thapar OUR non-working parliament is in session. Non-working, because it seldom has a quorum of even ten per cent of the members in both houses. Of course, these...
will be persuaded to inspect better-smelling A Banana Republic? pockets of achievement Romesh NO one really knows what's going on. Speculation on the future of the Barnala government shifts from day...
whitewash is more brazen than is generally Punjab's Moment of Truth expected. Romesh THERE are many persons of integrity who are trying to bridge the gulfs that threaten to paralyse Punjab, but it...
Under-Developed War Games Romesh Thapar SO many senior officers have been 'briefing' the editors of our newspapers that our establishment nucleariser, K Subramanian, finds himself reduced to an...
Confusion upon Confusion IN his more confident days, the former finance minister, Vishwanatha Pratap Singh, used to say that the business community in India was a-rootless thing without any clear...
foreign scribe, had that intangible thing called a mind and had popularised and won support for the purposes of their governance, it would still be possible to forgive an occasional ill-mannered...
Living in Wonderland Romesh Thapar 'SHARDA KA PRASAD', that's how the vulgar describe the 60-lakh jamboree of the 'finest minds' mounted by the information aide, Y Sharda Prasad, in memory of Indira...
New Beginnings Romesh Thapar IF the newspapers look dull and despairing, with their daily recital of our violence and brutality to one another, it is necessary to look beyond this reportage. Several...

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