Articles by Shashi Shekhar
Gandhi never compromised on his principles and stuck to his convictions even at the cost of his life. He continues to stay alive in our thoughts
The recent passage of the "Nari Shakti Vandan Bill" generates hope, but its timing raises questions about political motives
It is certain that in the following days, not only flowers but also thorns will appear in the political sphere.
We have to understand that the road to progress, companionship, and politics cannot always be the same in a democracy
Welcome to the realm of political speculation and twists in the tale.
Internal discord and unclear intentions of leaders are some of the obstacles to be overcome for the INDIA coalition in the upcoming Mumbai meeting
Kashmir sees signs of progress and confidence despite several ongoing challenges and a presence of terrorism
India has progressed from poverty and despair to economic growth and empowerment, but social responsibilities are crucial
Manipur faces ongoing violence and political tension, hindering Parliament's work and requiring a long-term solution.
The fires in Manipur might spread to Mizoram and neighbouring areas. That is why it is critical to put a stop to the current storm of ethnic rivalry.
INDIA needs to develop a counter-narrative to BJP and PM Modi's political cocktail. The meeting in Mumbai could be decisive.
West Bengal poll violence has raised an old debate. Until the political establishment breaks this cycle, elections will continue to be marred by violence.
Ajit Pawar's rebellion is a blow to Sharad Pawar, highlighting the challenges faced by political parties run by families. Future of these parties is uncertain
As the BJP has already begun to set up the chess board, the Opposition will have to make a firm decision soon.
Through Indian immigrants and Indian traditions, Modi has now begun to influence the internal politics of other democracies throughout the world.
Why are we Indians so uncaring of our natural heritage?
Can we ever hope for an equanimous policy and a judicious approach from our popular politicians?
Operation Blue Star had disastrous consequences, such as a mutiny by a military unit in Ramgarh, Indira Gandhi's assassination, and deaths in the aftermath
A cloud hangs over the digital revolution. Regrettably, no law or preventive action has helped avert such cases thus far
Post Karnataka and a possible attempt at Opposition unity, how will PM Modi win his popularity test?
This triumph has given the Congress leverage in bargaining with other Opposition allies
Election days are bound to be filled with mudslinging. Why do those involved in this forget that we are the world’s largest and youngest democracy?
In the last elections, the BJP fell nine seats short of a majority with 36.43% votes. The Congress cornered 38.6% votes, but won only 78 seats.
There are few such people, like Rahul Gandhi, in today’s politics who can apply indirect pressure on people’s representatives for the public good
Why do such people forget that elections are won not only via arithmetic but also through the chemistry of affection and trust?
People like these believe India and Pakistan can unite. Nothing is impossible, but there are several obstacles in the way
From stray dogs to monkeys, from pets to wild animals, there are so many such occurrences of man-animal conflict.
Keep in mind that viewing the current scenario in Punjab solely through the lens of law and order would be a mistake. This problem has its roots in society and politics.
When dealing with the BJP, the Congress must remain cool, restrained, cooperative, and strong. Rahul Gandhi would have to save himself from any unnecessary row. His followers have much higher expectations of him