The right to dissent has to fight an unequal contest in Modi’s India.
US presidents have used the NSA just as they wished.
Judges are quick to take offence and accuse critics of malevolence.
The effects of Indira Gandhi’s action are still felt by India’s top court.
ICS cadets were raised on James Mill’s notorious work.
Yasin Malik’s case is a revealing example of Modi’s political vendetta.
The Shaheen Bagh sit-in aroused international admiration.
The People’s Alliance should publish a black book of repressive laws.
The constitution paved the way for its own distortions.
No man shall be judge in his own cause.
The farmers’ protests hold a lesson in democratic governance.
Indians are not alone in falling for the ‘strong man’ myth.
The party is like a duke in reduced circumstances.
The order is designed to curtail dissenting politicians’ rights.
Extrajudicial rhetoric impairs the authority of the court...
The people of Kashmir have the right to decide their own future.
The test for the Kashmiri leadership has begun.
Judicial activists do worse than act subjectively.
The motives behind the crackdown are obvious.
India’s constitution imposes limits on parliament, state legislatures and courts in regard to discussion of each other’s conduct.