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Ranjit Bhushan

Articles by Ranjit Bhushan

The Vanished Spies

The Vanished Spies

Aug 02, 2004 Ranjit Bhushan

India's premier intelligence agency RAW finally admits to being compromised, out spills a few turncoats

The Saffron Sunset

The Saffron Sunset

Jul 19, 2004 Ranjit Bhushan

Now, the Great Purge. After historians and governors, it's the turn of RSS men ensconced in other spheres of...

Our Men In Raj Bhavans

Our Men In Raj Bhavans

Jul 06, 2004 Ranjit Bhushan

The UPA has proved it's no better than any other government in power by sacking four governors and replacing...

Doc Feels It In His Bones

Doc Feels It In His Bones

Jul 05, 2004 Ranjit Bhushan

It's India's secret malady—osteoporosis—that bothers him. Or rather, the elitism of its cure.

Backseat View

Backseat View

Jul 05, 2004 Ranjit Bhushan

An expert body to monitor the CMP, but what is the extent of its powers?

Port Hole

Port Hole

Jun 07, 2004 Ranjit Bhushan

An American warship is 'caught' spying in the Indian waters under the pretext of research

Clear Win For NDA With 276 Seats

Clear Win For NDA With 276 Seats

Apr 13, 2004 Ranjit Bhushan

Congress Allies are behind with 166 seats - but there is more bad news for the Congress: slipping to an...

Six Feet Under

Six Feet Under

Feb 16, 2004 Ranjit Bhushan

A pall of doubt hung over their buying. Now mull over the selling of the coffins, meant for Kargil martyrs.

Setting Sail On The High C

Setting Sail On The High C

Feb 02, 2004 Ranjit Bhushan

An archaic military law is pushing men in uniform to seek redressal in civil courts

Gently, On The Bramble

Gently, On The Bramble

Feb 02, 2004 Ranjit Bhushan

Imperialism and other animals; All hands on the deck; Naidu numerology, Mission of goons; Things fall apart

Knight Up, Sizing Up The Board

Knight Up, Sizing Up The Board

Nov 10, 2003 Ranjit Bhushan

Thin Red Line

Thin Red Line

Oct 20, 2003 Ashis K. Biswas

The PW is on the run in its stronghold, Telangana. But its tentacles are throbbing in the rest of...

Brass Target

Brass Target

Aug 04, 2003 Ranjit Bhushan

The Opposition is gunning for Advani's head, it wants him tried for conspiracy in the demolition case Updates

Foul Weather Friends

Foul Weather Friends

Aug 04, 2003 Ranjit Bhushan

Sonia Gandhi is all for electoral alliances. But can she hold one together?

Boulderised Tracks

Boulderised Tracks

Jul 07, 2003 Ranjit Bhushan

The Konkan rail accident raises the safety issue again

Uncle's Grand Slam!

Uncle's Grand Slam!

Jun 16, 2003 Ranjit Bhushan

The top brass fumes at a secret American report which calls the Indian army arrogant and protocol-obsessed

The Lonely Fern

The Lonely Fern

May 26, 2003 Ranjit Bhushan

After a string of political crises, the old 'socialist' has to cohabit with saffron or stand in inglorious...

Virility Unstuck

Virility Unstuck

May 19, 2003 V. Sudarshan

Not only have India's superpower dreams remained unfulfilled, most experts find South Asia unstable now

Course Correction

Course Correction

May 12, 2003 Ranjit Bhushan

Pilots wilt under pressure. Strike is called off

Jail Bird's Song

Jail Bird's Song

May 05, 2003 Ranjit Bhushan

His bout of coyness may (not) last. But the law is one antidote to Togadia Updates