The Congress is facing a crisis of leadership.
It is not surprising that Delhi’s Muslims voted for AAP.
The Indian prime minister wooed Jammu with brazenly communal appeals.
The basic law doctrine has struck firm roots in the region.
There is no reasoned debate in developing nations.
Ordinances can lead to rule by decree.
Moderates on both sides must engage in an honest dialogue.
Ironically, it is the US which blazed the trail for ‘universal jurisdiction’.
‘The Interview’ has set an unfortunate precedent.
What do the poll results portend for the future?
The anger of politicians is expressed in coarse words.
The US is mistaken if it thinks it can unilaterally shape the world order.
The resolution on selecting a UN chief is outdated.
The Congress has its task cut out for it.
The attempt is to make Indian nationalism identical to Hindu nationalism.
Many Indian ministers have criminal charges against them.
Government ads must be subject to guidelines.
Recent times have seen massive accretion of power to BJP.
Hindutva is altogether different from Hinduism.
With Modi as PM, the divide between party and state has become blurred.