Supporters, Detractors & Fence-Sitters: Sorting World Leaders In The Wake Of Biden’s Victory

Reactions, from world leaders, to the outcome of the US Presidential election have been varied.

US Foreign Policy: What To Expect In Biden’s First Few Months

There have been reams of commentary, on the possible impact of a Biden Presidency on US policies – both domestic and foreign.

13 Richest Politicians In India 2020

While more than 80% of India’s politicians are millionaires, a few possess massive assets running into billions of dollars.

Donald Trump, Narendra Modi, And The Power Of Rhetoric

Donald Trump and Narendra Modi are kindred politicians. Here’s a compilation of the absurdities uttered by these powerful men in the wake of the COVID-19 catastrophe, along with the unveiled, un-warped truths.

What’s In Store For America And The World After Donald (A.D.)

When an infamous presidency ends, there is a lot that the world should expect.

5 Countries With The Best Coronavirus Responses Globally (& 5 With The Worst)

Political leadership is under increasing pressure to control the spread of the deadly virus and limit the panic amongst people.

Strong Economic Fundamentals Set Up Modi’s India For A Drastic Turnaround

The Indian economy may be facing its biggest crisis yet. Its foundations, however, remain robust. Despite short-term setbacks, India’s sterling performance over the last decade and recently introduced policy reforms should have a synergistic effect on growth in 2021-22.

Don’t Get It Wrong, Prime Minister Modi Loves Bollywood

Deepika Padukone, Shraddha Kapoor and Sarah Ali Khan reached the NCB office on 26th September. While the Padmavat actress accepted the chat allegations, the latter two denied taking any drugs. But is it really about it? Or something massive is…

Why The Answer To The Iran Question Lies With Biden And Not Trump

The Islamic Republic of Iran is an important but often a contentious player geopolitically.

Why Kamala Harris Doesn’t Guarantee The Indian-American Vote For Democrats

The Indian diaspora in the U.S. has traditionally supported the Democratic Party, but the last three and a half years have witnessed a perceptible shift in this regard. As the winds of hardline Hindu nationalism blow across India, it’s hard to say that Indians living in the United States have remained unaffected.