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India’s look east window should not be jammed

Even if a middle road is followed India won’t make a success of looking East if it’s governance is not effective. Can Modi provide the strong government managing an Eastern economy requires asks Mark Tully.

Updated on Aug 03, 2014 01:26 AM IST
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A pampered lot: why India gives NRIs special status

NRIs are a pampered lot. Even though they have taken up foreign citizenship, they have their own minister and many other privileges. But does this special status give them the right to interfere in Indian affairs? Mark Tully explores.

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Updated on Jul 06, 2014 02:24 PM IST
ByMark Tully

Give them the fishing-rod and a bit of fish too

It is the elites who are the danger to Modi. Their influence is disproportionate to what should be their importance and they believe that what is good for them is good for the rest of India.

Updated on Jun 08, 2014 12:04 AM IST
ByMark Tully

A dream that may end in a quick wake-up call

When this long, long, election eventually comes to an end and the votes are counted we will know whether Indian voters have opted for the uncertainty of the promise of a bright new future, or the security of a tired past. Mark Tully writes.

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Updated on May 10, 2014 10:02 PM IST
Hindustan Times | ByMark Tully

Manmohan Singh: A modest politician let down by his party

How will history see Manmohan Singh? History’s overall verdict on Manmohan singh’s tenure as prime minister is likely to be positive, writes Mark Tully.

Updated on Apr 19, 2014 11:46 PM IST
ByMark Tully

Election has been reduced to a beauty contest between two men

If a remarkable book written last year by Moises Naim, the former Venezuelan development minister, is right, whoever wins the election is likely to have even less power than earlier PMs. Mark Tully writes.

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Updated on Mar 23, 2014 03:07 AM IST
Hindustan Times | ByMark Tully

Ending corruption not enough for aam admi

The media's daily search for a new scam, has created the misleading belief that corruption is the root of all evil; eradicate it and India will become a model of good governance, writes Mark Tully.

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Updated on Dec 29, 2013 03:23 PM IST
ByMark Tully

Last of British priests in India passes away

Father Ian Weathrall, the last British member of the Church of North India’s Delhi Brotherhood died at the age of 91 on Tuesday. He joined the Brotherhood, a community of priests, in 1951 and lived in their Delhi house until his death after a long battle against cancer.

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Updated on May 02, 2013 12:42 AM IST
Hindustan Times | ByMark Tully, New Delhi

Living in a material world

There seems to be a disconnection between India’s conversion to market capitalism and its hallowed commitment to socialism, writes Mark Tully.

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Updated on Jun 21, 2007 11:41 AM IST
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