Mark Tully is the oldest hand among foreign correspondents now living in India. He had headed the BBC bureau in Delhi through tumultuous times stretching from the Emergency in 1975 to Operation Blue Star in 1984, and in 1990 he wrote ‘No Full Stops In India’, giving a ring-side view of politics and politicians, even as he looked at the cultural developments as well.
Lieutenant General Zameeruddin Shah speaks at length with Rashme Sehgal
RJ Ginnie Mahajan on the personal, anonymous connect between a radio jockey and the wide world and, yes, the inescapable trolls
Hemant Kanoria, chairman and managing director of Srei Infrastructure Finance Limited, engaged with Parliamentarian in an exclusive interview
Kamal Wallia, the Second-in-Command of Bhim Army, spoke to Parliamentarian in an exclusive interview
Businesses will continue to evaluate a number of factors before setting up operations in a particular region. Bengal continues to remain a strong consumption centre
Congressman, Rajya Sabha MP and senior Supreme Court lawyer Kapil Sibal does not hold back from saying things as they are, and with an added punch for good effect. Speaking to Parliamentarian on a Saturday afternoon, Sibal was in a thoughtful mode and looked at the judiciary qua judiciary, and the BJP politics qua saffronisation. The only faith he had was that the judiciary was standing its ground Excerpts from an interview:-
The former finance minister and a senior leader of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) does not hesitate to speak his mind, but he does it in a thoughtful manner, and gives reasons to back his views. In a scathing interview with Parliamentarian, Sinha analyses today’s stressful political and economic situation with clarity. Excerpts from the interview Yashwant Sinha gave to Parliamentarian’s Senior Editor Parsa Venkateshwar Rao Jr: