Saket Suryesh

A technology worker, writer and poet, and a concerned Indian

Nehru, Corruption and the Prince on a Quixotic Adventure

We have remained blind to the history of Rahul Gandhi family's corruption that we have almost accepted it as a way of Indian life and politics.

A silent Diwali…

Autonomy does not take long to turn into a dictatorship.

Kerala: Its first brush with Democracy And Nehru

Out of 124 cases of imposition of President's rule and sacking of democratically elected Governments in the state, 87 are by Congress Government

As the sadness of Sabarimala judgment settles down…

I have not gone to Sabarimala. I do not know if I will. But it impacts me

The politics and the necessity of forgetting Feroze Gandhy

The way a middle-class Parsi man has been erased out of the collective memory of the nation does raise questions

Know the Naxals : A brief look at the history

Let us not be fooled by their charms, and by the desperation of rootless prince of Congress, who do not know where he stands.

Atal Bihari Vajpayee, The eternal poet and the accidental politician

The victories of Vajpayee, the politician are nothing but the manifestations of Vajpayee, the poet

Tilak, Nationalism and the Forgetful Prince

It would be a pity if we are fooled by our political leadership into forgetting our great hero, our Lokmanya.

The embarrassing embrace by the entitled man-child and the quick rescue team of Rahul Gandhi

Rahul Gandhi believes in his superiority. He also believes that Modi is a mistake the nation has made

Ram Madhav as the knight in shining armour – Who needs it?

If something can go without saying, let it.

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