All stories by Anirban Ganguly
P A Sangma's life is a narrative of faith and affirmationRediff.com8 Mar 2016
'His contagious smile and peal of laughter, his affirmative approach to national challenges, his faith and conviction in India's future and his profound attachment to the welfare of the northeast attracted anyone who came in touch with him,' says Dr Anirban Ganguly.
Why Modi's Myanmar visit signals the beginning of a realignmentRediff.com11 Nov 2014
Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit to Myanmar is aimed at transforming the arch of Bay of Bengal into the Circle of Southeast Asia, says Anirban Ganguly.
Modi's Japan visit: Restructuring a civilisational agendaRediff.com30 Aug 2014
The prime minister's outreach to Japan is a recognition of the civilisational potential that the two nations hold and can wield in evolving an era of 'Asianism' in global politics, says Anirban Ganguly.
False Swaraj and fake MahatmasRediff.com3 Mar 2014
Arvind Kejriwal's every posture and mudra is carefully choreographed to resemble those of the original Mahatma, but the vision is stunted, the hidden agendas often leak out, says Dr Anirban Ganguly.