Bihar Shows That in India Nothing Succeeds Like Unsuccess
political leaders vie with each other to lead their constituencies forward by claiming backward status.
The GOP Plot to Steal Elections
The GOP proposes to distribute the electoral college votes proportionately. That in itself is not a bad idea; indeed if it were implemented by all states, it would even improve the antiquated electoral college system.
The Dirty Video
It’s not just the weather that’s hotting up in India. It’s also the season of salacious video-watching and...
Delhi Court Bars Politician's Sex Video
A Delhi High Court judge has barred the broadcast of a sex video featuring a senior Congress Party spokesman in a compromising position and several media houses have pledged not to telecast it.
On Unsteady Ground
The judicial system is frequently irrational, unfair and even cruel.
Norway's Nanny State
Statistics Norway data show that an incredible 3 percent of children under 18 in the country were in the protective custody of its child welfare agency Barnvernet in 2010.
The American Behind India's 9/11
"David Coleman Headley, in my opinion, was a double agent. He was working for both the U.S. and for Lashkar and the ISI."
Flying Sandals and Bollywood Bombs
The sensational media reports based on U.S. diplomatic cables exposed by Wikileaks have glossed over the gross ineptitude and incompetence that they also expose of the U.S. foreign policy establishment.
Indian Origin MP Faces Electoral Probe
The India Tourism office is alleged to have donated 5,000 pounds for an election victory party.
WikiCables: Modi Vying for National Role
"Having recovered from the crisis invoked by our visa revocation and his tyrannical management style, Modi is positioning himself as a national leader by reminding people that Gujarat has done a fine job of economic governance, notwithstanding t