Donald Trump: The Gateway Degenerate By Chales M Blow

Last week, when voters in Montana elected Greg Gianforte to fill the state’s lone seat in the House of Representatives, even after he was recorded in a physical altercation with a reporter, many Americans — like me — were left to look on in astonished bewilderment. There was an audio recording of the altercation. The

Across the aisle: That sinking feeling — 2 by P Chidambaram

Everyone has likes and dislikes. They concern food, clothes, books, friends, neighbours, politics and practically everything else. That is why it is said ‘one man’s food is another man’s poison’. Family, culture and religion have a profound influence on one’s likes and dislikes. One may argue for what one likes (“vegetarian food is sufficient for

War as Political Weapon by Charles M. Blow

Donald Trump has turned his back on pretty much everything he has ever said about United States military involvement in Syria and launched nearly 60 missiles at an air base in the country. Trump’s official statement claimed that the strikes were in response to Syrian President Bashar al-Assad’s monstrous chemical weapons attack against his own

Across the aisle: Have we got our priorities right ?

Governments will come and governments will go. The people are concerned not so much with governments as they are with governance. The hallmark of a government is its priorities. The Central government will complete three years in May 2017. A few weeks ago, a new government assumed office in India’s largest state, Uttar Pradesh, that