There is popular disdain for the politics of old.
Jinnah’s view on the constitutional court remains relevant.
The much-talked about ‘spirit of Shimla’ rejects preconditions.
The police force is a creature of statute, not of any executive order.
Article 370 in India-held Kashmir has been systematically violated.
The respective roles of ministers and civil servants are clearly stated.
The RSS has riveted its control over the BJP.
No right is absolute; it is subject to the rights of others.
To ensure peace, a free exchange of ideas must be allowed.
Indo-Pak ties are not immune to the truths of diplomacy
The Mufti regime has shown no concern for Kashmiri self-respect.
It is not wise to push an interlocutor to the wall.
The UK government has hardly concealed its intentions.
Who will supervise the surrender, and how will armed cadres be rehabilitated?
There is little attempt to understand the obvious message which the surge in militancy sends out.
New institutions can emerge to strengthen traditional ones when people feel they are not effective.
The temptation to gratify public opinion at home must be resisted.
As in 1975, India has a one-man regime today.
When a minister comes under a cloud, he ought to bow out.
Documents composed in the course of public duty are state property.