L.K. Sharma has followed no profession other than journalism for more than four decades, covering criminals and prime ministers. He was the European Correspondent of The Times of India based in London for a decade. He reported for five years from Washington as the Foreign Editor of the Deccan Herald. Edited three volumes on innovations in India. He has completed a work of creative nonfiction on V. S. Naipaul. His two e-books 'The Twain' and 'A Parliamentary Affair' form part of The Englandia Quartet.
How not to counter Modimania
It has been India’s strength not to think in black-and-white terms. “If you are not with us, you are against us” is...
Purse is mightier than the pen
As India’s culture wars move into the economic domain, the British Prime Minister may raise the topics of pluralism...
A vote against religious hate
No agency records the levels of mental pollution and no scientific instrument records the intolerance levels in a...
Will the real Modi stand up?
Lord Shiva is one God who assimilates in his person all contradictions. Modi did the same!
Proper democracy triumphs in Delhi
The Aam Admi Party won as many as 67 of the 70 seats in the Delhi State legislature. Modi’s BJP managed to get just...
A mellower Naipaul disappoints fans
All was forgotten. All was forgiven at this year's Jaipur Literary Festival. The short fuse replaced by a wire thick...