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.



MVA

The maha-mess in MVA

Much of Maharashtra’s fractious politics is Mumbai centric. This has much to do with the fact that the state’s capital is also the country’s money and movie capital. They multiply…


Quad

Quad’s lack of focus may render it feckless

To adapt the immortal philosophical query — What is truth? — the jesting Pontius Pilate is believed to have asked, we may as well lob the query: What is Quad?…


BJP Assam

BJP cannot rely on Hindu unity in Assam

Assam’s Bengali Muslim messiah and three-time MP, Maulana Badruddin Ajmal, head of the All-India United Democratic Front (AIUDF) is said to be a do-gooder. He may well be just as…


Mamata

Bengal may be heading for a saffron summer

Bengal is probably on the cusp of the most radical power shift since the second partition of the state in 1947. A high saffron tide threatens to wash away the…


Rahul Gandhi

Beware the Raul lurking inside Rahul

There are good reasons to address Rahul Gandhi by his Italian moniker, Raul Vinci. Not that there is the slightest need to highlight his Italian parentage from the distaff side….


A Catiline-like conspiracy threatens Bharat

Forwards unleashed by the vicious WhatsApp university are often willfully misattributed to historical figures to draw the attention of readers. One which recently landed in this writer’s inbox claimed its…



Beware Khan Market Gang, it still rules on the sly

Not many on the Right attach much importance to the colored opinions of Left-leaning intellectuals like the Nobel winning Amartya Sen. What, however, still rings true is an observation he…


improvement

Right ho! Nirmala ji

It took a pandemic battered economy for the ruling BJP’s much underrated finance minister, Nirmala Sitharaman, to unleash in the Union Budget 2021 what John Maynard Keynes in his 1936 publication, The General…


Farmers are back batting on front foot

The Khalistani funded Jat-Sikh farmers from Punjab and Haryana, and their clean-shaven brethren from western Uttar Pradesh spearheading the agitation against the three farm laws have successfully snatched the advantage…