India is experimenting after 2014 with the same things that Pakistan tried and failed with in its opening decades.
University Vice-Chancellors Are Apparently Long on Loyalty, Short on Memory
Because of the actions of the Jamia vice chancellor, detained students spent time in jail on the eve of Republic Day because they were practising what the Indian constitution …
BBC Documentary’s New Episode Claims Modi ‘Hugely Divisive’, ‘His New India’ in ‘Religious Turmoil’
The second episode looks at the BJP government’s relationship with the rise in lynchings, reading down of Article 370, CAA and communal violence in Delhi.
The ‘Bharat Jodo Yatra’ Has Effectively Killed off the ‘Pappu’ Image
Whether it will inspire the party to come together and fight elections is quite another matter.
History Warns That Altering a Constitution’s Basic Structure Leads Down a Dark Path
The Germans learnt from the bitter experience of the Nazi era that it was important to limit parliament's amending power.
Why BJP’s Celebration of SC’s Demonetisation Judgment Is Bizarre
The government giving a political twist to the ruling betrays anxiety about the desirability of the demonetisation exercise in 2016.
A Day With the Bharat Jodo Yatra in Haryana
From the size of the yatra to the desperation of the people who have come to take part in it, there are many things that are striking about the …
For Speaking an Unpleasant Truth, Will Amitabh Bachchan Now Be Called an Enemy of the People?
Even though a person of Bachchan's stature flagged the issues of 'civil liberty' and 'freedom', his words went completely unheard.