Hindu nationalists are gaining traction.
The clime fosters the crime.
The urge to do public good should be exercised much before polls.
Earlier accords hold lessons for Pak-India peace today.
A liberal Sharia was distorted by the British.
Kashmiri memories go back centuries.
‘The key lies in stopping violence’.
The water treaty is not a weapon to be used for political ends.
India’s centre uses its states’ governors as political tools.
All efforts at reform of the law have failed to curb the vice of defection.
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.