Ananda Majumdar

Ananda Majumdar
Consulting Editor
New Delhi
My Stories
  • Jul 14 2017, 2152

    Communal and caste biases in Bengal have never really been dominant enough to sway election results. However the systematic communal polarisation of the state coinciding with the

  • Jul 07 2017, 2334

    Every city has its own smell. It lingers in the air like an unending story wafting through the streets and lanes finding expression in people’s lives

  • Jul 07 2017, 2320

    In his 20ft by 12ft shop in Delhi's Yusuf Sarai market, crammed with all the knick-knacks he thought had market demand, the shopkeeper was watching the news on television.

  • Jul 07 2017, 2138

    In the run-up to the general elections in the summer of 2014 before Narendra Modi became prime minister, Lal Krishna Advani's description of him as a "brilliant events manager" had

  • Jul 01 2017, 0016

    At one time it was said of Sharad Pawar, and to some extent of Mulayam Singh Yadav, that they were two of the most malleable politicians of their time.

  • Jun 23 2017, 2226

    The presidential elections will provide the ruling NDA one more opportunity to decimate the opposition and pull them down a few more notches in the public estimation. While these

  • Jun 23 2017, 2202

    The sight of steam engines stopping to sell coal to people has been a common sight, especially in eastern India where the mineral is abundant. It combined individual enterprise

  • Jun 16 2017, 2353

    For a cricket-playing nation a cricket match is a good time to understand bias. It is every nation’s big hypernationalism

  • Jun 16 2017, 2349

    For a cricket-playing nation a cricket match is a good time to understand bias. It is every nation’s big hypernationalism

  • Jun 16 2017, 2327

    When Bharatiya Janata Party patriarch Lal Krishna Advani suggested that Madhya Pradesh’s three-time BJP chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan could also be the party's candidate for prime ministership in 2014,