Sudhir K Singh

Sudhir K Singh is an independent journalist who has worked in senior editorial positions in the Times Of India, Asian Age, Pioneer, and the Statesman. Also a sometime stage and film actor who has worked with iconic directors like Satyajit Ray and Tapan Sinha. He will be writing regularly for the Hindu Post as consulting editor.



This Indira’s heart bleeds for rapists

Those who wish to know why simple, straightforward, uncomplicated people hold in revulsion those fond of publicly flaunting their “liberal” credentials now have a ready referral: Indira Jaising, lawyer and…


Bookworm army man will run NBT, liberals whimper

In his famous essay “On The Ignorance Of The Learned,” the 19th century English essayist, William Hazlitt, was not far wrong in observing that you will hear more good things…


“Indira” is back, say Priyanka fans. Really?

The formal entry of Priyanka Gandhi-Vadra in politics has always been a gleam in the eye of her admirers periodically given to sloganeering, “Priyanka lao desh bachao”. The slogan is…


Slighting RSS is an old Congress contagion

Getting personal, taking snarky swipes, hitting its old bugbear, the Rashtriya Swayam Sevak Sangh (RSS), below the belt is an old Congress disease which has only gotten worse after 2014….


JNU Abusive Graffiti

Clean up or close down JNU, now

Never before in its checkered 50-year history has there been a more pressing need to clean up or close down an institution of apparent academic excellence than the government funded…


Stern warning to anti-CAA states a must

It is unfortunate that the provocative decision of the ruling Marxists in Kerala to pass a resolution in the assembly against the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) and the “rejection” of…


Is the Nehruvian Deep State cracking up, finally?

When the faux claim of some serving bureaucrats on their growing fears and insecurities under the Modi regime, coupled with the outrage of pseudo-seculars over the perfectly justified observations of…


Jharkhand loss holds key lessons for BJP

More important than the BJP’s failure to win or form the government in Jharkhand is that it failed emerge as the largest single party, the credit for which went to…


Bengal’s dire need to dislodge Didi

Bengal’s belligerent, shrewish, and foul-mouthed chief minister Mamata Banerjee, called Didi by her admirers, will sooner or later have to be taken on frontally to save the state from descending…


Time to firmly deal with varsity violence

The endemic violence, arson and loot, and widespread damage to public property which followed the passing of the Citizens Amendment Bill (CAB) in states like Assam and Bengal should ideally…