Satya Pal Malik is, to use the term unflatteringly, a born politician.
In the Babri Masjid case, India’s supreme court split along religious lines.
Mehbooba acted wisely in taking the initiative to seek Omar Abdullah’s support.
India and Pakistan can profit hugely by interaction between their intellectuals.
No settlement is possible without the consent of all three parties.
Teachers should not be bound by the same rules that govern civil servants.
Some knaves and fools did become CECs.
A new form of censorship has emerged, targeting the foreign author.
India acts as though there are no limits to federal powers.
The press will breach ‘official secrecy’ once it smells official deception.
In 2001, as now, internal pressures torpedoed the dialogue process.
Federalism was deformed by PMs to control CMs in the opposition.
India’s violation of the charter risks rendering Saarc non est.
Press conferences by police can threaten a defendant’s right to a fair trial.
Modi has hit upon a devious route to curb media freedom.
It is cruel to serve slogans to the people as a substitute for conciliation.
The truth that lies beneath the figures is far more disturbing.
The attempt to repeal it poses an existential threat to J&K.
Sinister moves are being made to subvert India’s civil service.
Politicians have a strange distrust of professionals.