Jawed Naqvi

IB’s shadow from Nehru to JNU

The quality of Indian police in public affairs has come in for criticism routinely from the public. Published May 24, 2016 06:36am

Making Goebbels proud of India

Whatever the truth about Modi’s degrees, his Hindutva ideologues planted far more serious falsehoods for political... Published May 17, 2016 12:40pm

Candidness marks Delhi talks

Islamabad raises RAW’s involvement, Samjhauta probe; New Delhi puts emphasis on Pathankot inquiry, ‘Pakistan-based Published Apr 27, 2016 06:42am

A good reason to read the Vedas

Burning an influential book in a rightward hurtling society could be like destroying the evidence to a horrific crime. Published Mar 29, 2016 01:16am

Fascism needs and woos liberals

Hindutva is hoping to spread a state-induced, thought-changing vocabulary among India’s liberal classes. Published Mar 22, 2016 01:33am

Between Mir, Ambedkar & Guruvayur

While Mir talks about Hinduism he sounds romantic. But when a communist seeks a deity’s blessings it is reason to wonder Published Mar 15, 2016 01:23am

Kanhaiya Kumar as Beckett’s Godot

Smiling benevolently at his tormentors, Kanhaiya likened the prime minister to a railway station con artist. Published Mar 08, 2016 01:45am

Slaying Raktabeej was never easy

From the Bible Belt in America to the cow belt in India, religiously driven atavism is routinely whipped up. Published Mar 01, 2016 02:42am

To foil the nationalist narrative

The day Bhutto was laid low, many JNU students didn’t eat. There was more sorrow than at the passing away of Mao Zedong. Updated Feb 23, 2016 09:18am

Jeremiah Wright’s prayer book

No law book was thrown at him, nor was he harassed or threatened with lynching as happens in India these days. Published Feb 16, 2016 01:32am