India has a large body of case law on improper allotment of state property.
Pakistan cannot accept what are but surrender terms.
Neither India nor Srinagar has any relief to offer.
The political system keeps out alternative voices.
Cruel traditions of 2,000 years have trapped Dalits.
When the state fails to do its duty, civil society steps in.
BJP is in the business of appointing political favourites.
Prime ministers who hold strong views on foreign affairs prefer to lay down the line.
Inquiries into communal riots have been a whitewash.
PM Modi seems to look upon his ministers as errand boys.
Hugely excessive force was used against the people.
Many in the Pandit community live in abject conditions.
The Brexit vote was held in a bitterly divided society.
Indian law on academic rights has hardly developed.
Rahul Gandhi’s leadership is doing the party no good.
Deep ideological cleavages wipe out the middle ground.
Over 70pc of newly elected MLAs in Tamil Nadu are ‘crorepatis’.
It is doubtful if the Congress is equal to the challenge.
The movement of goods can lessen Indo-Pak tensions.
Only Hindutva has seen a clear direction of policy.