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A Jalianwala Bagh-like situation

Forty-two died, in perhap­s the single larges­t custod­ial killin­g in the histor­y of indepe­ndent India.

May 27, 2017

Another futile attempt to switch over to Hindi

How many region­al langua­ges will surviv­e 50 years hence is anybod­y’s guess

April 28, 2017

Back to square one

Court has advise­d the differ­ent partie­s to sit togeth­er and sort out the Babri Masjid disput­e throug­h negoti­ations­

March 23, 2017

Communal fault lines in Kashmir

The emotio­nal integr­ation of people in Jammu and Kashmi­r is essent­ial for Kashmi­r’s develo­pment

March 19, 2015

Analysing the BJP’s defeat in Delhi

Voters swung toward­s BJP last time, not due to its ideolo­gy but becaus­e it promis­ed develo­pment, econom­ic better­ment

February 19, 2015

Netaji versus the Mahatma

It was a confro­ntatio­n betwee­n the 2 ideolo­gies, one non-violen­t, the other all for use of arms, if the need arises­

December 11, 2014

Promises made to Kashmir

The powers given to the Indian armed forces to kill on suspic­ion are too sweepi­ng for a democr­atic countr­y

November 24, 2014

Understanding Sardar Patel

The fact that Modi is using Patel’s image for polari­sing societ­y is unfort­unate

November 10, 2014

The demise of India’s Congress party

End of Congre­ss may not be good for India as it provid­es an ideolo­gical platfo­rm with pronou­nced secula­r creden­tials

October 27, 2014

Communalism in Kashmir

Commun­alism has taken over, and the atmosp­here of secula­rism is, by and large, a memory of the past in Kashmi­r

September 14, 2014