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.
Having stalled the dialogue process, India should revive it.
The Kashmir University must ensure that rights are respected.
The airwaves are public property held in trust.
The Indian Penal Code defines sedition in broad terms.
The law is clear on whether a judge should hear a case.
British law bars public bodies from suing for libel.
The Iranian proposals are by no means a novel initiative.
Colonial era laws haven’t kept up with democracy.
The US is seeing its influence in Asia slip away.
A contest in populism keeps the leaders apart.