A.G. Noorani

Sub judice rule

Sub judice rule

It is time this objection, sub judice, is laid to rest. Published 18 Sep, 2021 06:43am
Rash of prosecutions

Rash of prosecutions

Our right to speak, write, move and meet should not depend on ministers’ whims. Published 11 Sep, 2021 07:03am
War of resolutions

War of resolutions

A mere resolution passed by parliament does not work... Published 04 Sep, 2021 06:56am
American hubris

American hubris

US diplomacy has been marked by militarism and unilateralism. Published 28 Aug, 2021 06:48am
Future of Kashmir

Future of Kashmir

Only one man has struggled hard to keep the flag flying — Mirwaiz Umar Farooq. Updated 21 Aug, 2021 09:34am
Democracy in danger

Democracy in danger

The Bharatiya Janata Party has a firm, incontestable record of refusal of parliamentary debate. Updated 14 Aug, 2021 08:27am
Interstate tension

Interstate tension

The draftsmen of India’s constitution ignored the problem of interstate disputes. Published 07 Aug, 2021 06:33am
Parody of democracy

Parody of democracy

The ‘Congress system of governance’ came to stay. Published 31 Jul, 2021 07:09am
Hindutva’s wave

Hindutva’s wave

Is Modi heading for a fall? One knows not. Updated 24 Jul, 2021 08:27am
Consultation is key

Consultation is key

Legislative division of power does not dispense with the need for consultation. Published 17 Jul, 2021 06:13am
Democratic rule

Democratic rule

Delimitation is one of the most delicate problems in a democracy. Published 10 Jul, 2021 06:54am
Censoring films

Censoring films

The film producer labours under a grave handicap. Published 03 Jul, 2021 07:20am
Kashmir alive

Kashmir alive

Delimitation of constituencies in occupied Kashmir is what lies at the core of New Delhi’s foul deed. Updated 26 Jun, 2021 08:05am
Meeting at the top

Meeting at the top

There must be the will to listen, to confer and to compromise... Published 19 Jun, 2021 05:53am
Federal features

Federal features

At the core of the concept of federalism is sharing of power... Published 12 Jun, 2021 05:49am
Conducting inquiries

Conducting inquiries

The UK has a chequered past in the setting up of inquiries... Published 05 Jun, 2021 06:11am
Internal democracy

Internal democracy

Political parties in India have failed the constitution. Published 29 May, 2021 06:50am
Covid courts

Covid courts

The government and courts are at loggerheads. Published 22 May, 2021 06:22am
The ECI headache

The ECI headache

The ECI sat mute while BJP held huge rallies without following SOPs. Published 08 May, 2021 06:25am
Why impeach?

Why impeach?

Impeachment is a knife rusted beyond repair. Published 01 May, 2021 05:59am