Ashok Lavasa, one of the two election commissioners of India, kept away from a fewBy Sachidananda Murthy May 25, 2019
Sachidananda Murthy, Resident Editor of Malayala Manorama, New Delhi, is an expert on international and national politics, and governance. He has been with THE WEEK since its launch in 1982.
Some chief ministerial chairs get rattled during Lok Sabha elections, even thoughBy Sachidananda Murthy May 18, 2019
Politics may make strange bedfellows. But, newly-bonded politicians do not make easyBy Sachidananda Murthy April 20, 2019
The population figures of fisherfolk in India are as fluid as the waters they dependBy Sachidananda Murthy April 13, 2019
The BJP’s chowkidars on the western front have a tough task—to repeat the miracle ofBy Sachidananda Murthy April 06, 2019
The BJP has developed a sweet tooth in Maharashtra this election season. Suddenly,By Sachidananda Murthy March 30, 2019