It’s easy to write on religion and spirituality.
It’s not quite as easy to practice it.
When disaster strikes, out goes spirituality with it. Read more
With due respect to all — repeat, all — his other works as an economist, in public policy or at global institutions, I think Professor Raj Krishna made one serious error by terming India’s slow economic growth as the ‘Hindu rate of economic growth’. Read more
Wearing my business journalist cap, I went to meet him on matters economic — the G20 that I track very intensively, the threat to economic growth, the danger of inflation, land acquisition and so on. But Finance Minister Pranab Mukherjee is the government’s No. 1 trouble shooter and I brought him to Ayodhya. Read more
The link between repressive regimes and banning of information — the new currency of social, economic, political and religious interactions — is tyrannical at worst, fragile at best. Read more