Inside the mind of a reluctant Indian consumer

Is the glass half empty or half full? Cliched as it is, the answers to this question hold the key to the future prospects of the Indian economy…. Read full article ... Read More | View all Articles

Muslims are alienated from PM Modi, not the indian state

An ongoing nationwide survey during the COVID-19 pandemic by C-Voter reveals that Indian Muslims have a lot of trust in virtually all public institutions of India, except the Prime Minister and the Central government. The entire world and the global media remains focused on the COVID-19 pandemic and the human and economic devastation caused by ... Read More | View all Articles

Three reasons why WHO’s attempt at measuring Covid-19 mortality in India is sensationalist

The World Health Organisation (WHO) has estimated that 4.74 million people died in India from Covid-19. This number is more than nine times the official count of 0.52 million deaths. This anomaly between GoI and WHO figures has sparked a heated debate. WHO has adopted a maximalist approach towards enumeration, which is riddled with significant ... Read More | View all Articles

2022 Election Results: To Take On Modi, Gandhis & Regional Leaders Need to Shed Their Ego

We have all read the story about that fabled old man in a village who, on his deathbed, summoned his sons engaged in a dispute. We know how the warring sons realised their folly after failing to break a bunch of sticks and decided to present a “united front”. Now, there are two serious issues ... Read More | View all Articles

Pro-incumbency gets votes in Indian democracy

The re-election of Yogi Adityanath as the Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh and the “surprise” victory of the BJP in Uttarakhand, along with ruling parties doing unexpectedly well in Goa and Manipur compels us to conjure a mythical fable to describe reality. Let’s say there is a country that once was stricken by an infectious ... Read More | View all Articles

UP to Punjab — ‘experts’ have had their say on election results. Here’s why they are wrong

Now that the election results are out, we will see ‘expert’ pontifications spread like pestilence across media platforms. Fortunately for Indians, the ‘viral views’, while being highly infectious, will only damage some egos. As the world, including India, gets more polarised, most ‘experts’ will vote their opinions along ideological lines — the spectrum ranging from ... Read More | View all Articles


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