All stories by Udit Misra
Modi and the hunt for a Sanjeevani BootiRediff.com30 Jan 2019
Modi Sarkar will not stand on ceremonies even if that means stepping on the Constitution, says Udit Misra.
Modi's majority rule is no better than a coalition. Here's whyRediff.com25 Oct 2018
It is worth reconsidering if this fascination with either having a single party majority or Modi's leadership or, indeed, both, is such a great idea for India, says Udit Misra.
In defence of Prasoon JoshiRediff.com6 May 2018
'Would you as the PM go through all the elaborate trouble of an interview, face all the tough questions from dogged journalists, who know what they are talking about, and yet end up with a result where more people are talking about the journalist than you?' 'It begs the question: Why go with an amateur when you can draft a professional?' 'Hence, I suspect, an adman.' 'In other words, let's cut to the chase: Thanda matlab Coca Cola!' notes Udit Misra.
Why does Modi want India's youth to sell pakodas?Rediff.com30 Mar 2018
'Given that he would have a good understanding of how many jobs the economy can create at the moment, was Modi hailing the modest pakoda-seller to infuse some charm in self-employment?' asks Udit Misra.
'The Salman Khan of Indian cricket'Rediff.com13 Mar 2018
'I became aggressive as a captain because I realised the players needed that backing...' 'We in India are brought up to be docile, goody-goody, but that needed to change on the field,' Sourav Ganguly tells Udit Misra.