Sudhir Kumar Singh

Sudhir Kumar 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 writes regularly for the HinduPost as consulting editor.



Amit Shah should act against Param Bir Singh

The Yogi Adityanath regime’s decision to handover a case against unknown persons to the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) in connection with the Television Rating Point (TRP) scam has turned…


SC woke up on Shaheen Bagh after damage was done

The emphatic judgement delivered on October 7 by a three-judge bench of the Supreme Court headed by Justice Sanjay Kishan Kaul on the untenability of Shaheen Bagh like protests should…


Hathras

A Shaheen Bagh encore was neutralized at Hathras

Bharat’s social fault lines are more deeply entrenched than often imagined. Hathras like killings will therefore keep happening till stronger laws allowing for summary trials and swift sentences are legislated…


The BJP still cannot do without Nitish in Bihar

The countdown to the three-phased 2020 assembly poll in Bihar beginning October 28 is turning out to be singular even by the state’s own unpredictably chaotic standards. The political churn…


FCRA Bill

If the FCRA Bill kills anti-Bharat NGOs, so be it

The Opposition’s efforts to stir trouble over the Foreign Contribution (Regulation) Amendment Bill, 2020, passed by the Rajya Sabha on September 22 on the ground that it will kill the…



Special Frontier Force

Unified command held key to SFF success in Ladakh

The Special Frontier Force (SFF), earlier known as Establishment 22 (two-two in army parlance) comprising battle hardened Tibetan exiles and Gorkhas, has for the last several days been heaped with…


SC checked Bhushan, failed to cut him to size

The enduring essays of Michel de Montaigne are awash with observations on the frailties and follies of humans since time immemorial. The corruption of an age, said he, is made…


Polarization in bureaucracy is a subterranean reality

Bharat’s chattering classes living in commodious apartments in metros and other cities generally look upon Hindi and other regional TV news channels propagating the Hindu viewpoint as a bunch of…


The party in Congress is virtually over

Cynics have always had the last laugh whenever the national media plays up the prospect of things coming to a head at a meeting of the Congress Working Committee (CWC)….