Shekhar Iyer

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Shekhar Iyer is a former Senior Associate Editor of Hindustan Times and Political Editor of Deccan Herald, New Delhi.

Stories By Shekhar Iyer

Congress first family persists in sordid partisan politics

Congress first family persists in sordid partisan politics

Whether it is the Centre, state governments, communities, or individuals, everyone believes that petty squabbling is not in order now.

Madhya Pradesh crisis: A disaster created by Kamal Nath-led government

Madhya Pradesh crisis: A disaster created by Kamal Nath-led government

Even as the fate of beleaguered Kamal Nath hangs before the Supreme Court on the timing of the confidence vote which he should have sough...Read More

Exchanging vows of friendship at Motera

Exchanging vows of friendship at Motera

Critics’ opinion on this gala will be bound by the achievements that follow

Arvind Kejriwal

Decoding takeaways after the AAP outcome

If the AAP comes back with a bang like it did in 2015 (when AAP won 67 of the 70 seats in Delhi), Kejriwal could be fancied as the new fa...Read More

Amit Shah & Delhi polls: Fighting against all odds

Amit Shah & Delhi polls: Fighting against all odds

When the election date for the Delhi Assembly was announced three weeks ago, Arvind Kejriwal-led Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) did not expect any...Read More

CAA-like deal for the Sri Lankan refugees?

CAA-like deal for the Sri Lankan refugees?

AIADMK faltered in obtaining inclusion of the Tamil refugees in the CAA that it supported

Index of unity of Opposition begins to worry PM Modi & BJP

Index of unity of Opposition begins to worry PM Modi & BJP

His standing and popularity among the masses (compared to other challengers) was more than sufficient

What if Pawar-Modi deal had indeed taken place!

What if Pawar-Modi deal had indeed taken place!

The timing and nature of NCP chief Sharad Pawar’s claims that Prime Minister Narendra Modi approached him to form an alliance with the BJ...Read More

PM Modi to move away from temple-type politics

PM Modi to move away from temple-type politics

Nobody better understands the limitations of issues like the Ram temple than Modi

Prime Minister Narendra Modi addresses the nation in New Delhi.

PM Modi to move away from temple-type politics

Prime Minister Narendra Modi may want the BJP and even other affiliates of the parent RSS to move away from temple-type political issues ...Read More

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