First, one was fed up with corruption; now, one is fed up with the incessant talk about corruption leading us nowhere.
1996 was the World Corruption Year. Naturally, the best jokes of the year heard from all over were about sleaze, scandal and scam.
B N Uniyal recalls how his conservative mother began to respect Jesus Christ without affecting her traditional faith.
Narasimha Rao has met the fate reserved for all men whom history chooses to serve as examples not to be emulated; men who mistake a fortuitous turn of events in their favour to be their deserved destiny.
We are no longer watching an economic horror film. We are living through it. And, the worst, the really hair-raising part of the story, is yet to come.
With everybody so disenchanted with this coalition, it is a miracle that Deve Gowda still finds himself in office.