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.
India and Pakistan must not play a zero-sum game in their ties with China.
A meeting between the two nations’ army chiefs would itself be a CBM.
The recent US-India deal is a slippery slope.
There are now systematic attacks on Kashmiri students.
BJP has launched a campaign for establishing Hindu raj.
Kashmiri youth took up arms for ‘azadi’, not development.
Avalanches and deaths have failed to move the politicians.
The law of libel in India is not codified by any statute.
The offence of sedition is a relic of the colonial era.
A government must respect honest dissent on foreign policy.
It began with a suggestion in 1949 that India and Pakistan make a joint no-war declaration.
The one who purloined the documents was a thief.
Deadlock in parliament reflects a deadlock in the political system.