Academician Badri Raina, who teaches at the University of Delhi pens a poem on Radiagate.
ZNet columnist and professor of English at Delhi University, Badri Raina lends a poetic touch to the IPL related vicissitudes of former minister Shashi Tharoor and IPL commissioner Lalit Modi.
Whether or not the Indian neocons say it publicly, the shamefaced thought must certainly occur to them how fortuitous, after all, might have been their dependence on the Left parties over some four years of its governance. Indeed, the Indian Prime Minister may privately be thanking his stars that he, in his own words, was a "bonded slave" of the supporting Left parties.
Badri Raina takes a look at the current political situation in the country in the aftermath of the left withdrawing support to the UPA government over the issue of the Indo-US Nuclear Deal. Courtesy, ZNET.
If Modi can haul up something like the Times of India with a charge of "sedition", pray who is safe?, asks Badri Raina in Znet.
Badri Raina commends the CPI(M) for its role in breaking the caste-apartheid wall in Uthapuram in Madurai District, Tamil Nadu. Courtesy ZNET. Photo: courtesy Frontline