A high-powered committee is not needed to suggest reform.
Parliamentary democracy was never given a chance in India.
None used the press so brazenly as the Modi government.
It is time this objection, sub judice, is laid to rest.
Our right to speak, write, move and meet should not depend on ministers’ whims.
A mere resolution passed by parliament does not work...
US diplomacy has been marked by militarism and unilateralism.
Only one man has struggled hard to keep the flag flying — Mirwaiz Umar Farooq.
The Bharatiya Janata Party has a firm, incontestable record of refusal of parliamentary debate.
The draftsmen of India’s constitution ignored the problem of interstate disputes.
The ‘Congress system of governance’ came to stay.
Is Modi heading for a fall? One knows not.
Legislative division of power does not dispense with the need for consultation.
Delimitation is one of the most delicate problems in a democracy.
The film producer labours under a grave handicap.
Delimitation of constituencies in occupied Kashmir is what lies at the core of New Delhi’s foul deed.
There must be the will to listen, to confer and to compromise...
At the core of the concept of federalism is sharing of power...
The UK has a chequered past in the setting up of inquiries...
Political parties in India have failed the constitution.