A.G. Noorani

Freedom of dissent

Freedom of dissent

The right to dissent has to fight an unequal contest in Modi’s India. Updated 20 Feb, 2021 08:09am
Bias and judges

Bias and judges

Judges are quick to take offence and accuse critics of malevolence. Published 06 Feb, 2021 06:46am
Appointing judges

Appointing judges

The effects of Indira Gandhi’s action are still felt by India’s top court. Published 30 Jan, 2021 06:24am
Poisoning minds

Poisoning minds

ICS cadets were raised on James Mill’s notorious work. Published 23 Jan, 2021 08:00am
Police & prosecution

Police & prosecution

Yasin Malik’s case is a revealing example of Modi’s political vendetta. Published 16 Jan, 2021 06:55am
Right to protest

Right to protest

The Shaheen Bagh sit-in aroused international admiration. Updated 09 Jan, 2021 08:08am
Kashmir’s future

Kashmir’s future

The People’s Alliance should publish a black book of repressive laws. Updated 02 Jan, 2021 08:31am
Hindutva federalism

Hindutva federalism

The constitution paved the way for its own distortions. Published 26 Dec, 2020 07:27am
Judges’ lapses

Judges’ lapses

No man shall be judge in his own cause. Updated 19 Dec, 2020 08:43am
Consult and decide

Consult and decide

The farmers’ protests hold a lesson in democratic governance. Published 12 Dec, 2020 07:20am
India’s democracy

India’s democracy

Indians are not alone in falling for the ‘strong man’ myth. Updated 05 Dec, 2020 11:54pm
Congress in crisis

Congress in crisis

The party is like a duke in reduced circumstances. Published 28 Nov, 2020 07:33am
Right to travel

Right to travel

The order is designed to curtail dissenting politicians’ rights. Updated 21 Nov, 2020 08:09am
When judges talk

When judges talk

Extrajudicial rhetoric impairs the authority of the court... Published 14 Nov, 2020 07:12am
Written in blood

Written in blood

The people of Kashmir have the right to decide their own future. Published 07 Nov, 2020 07:13am
Kashmir’s future

Kashmir’s future

The test for the Kashmiri leadership has begun. Published 24 Oct, 2020 07:07am
Amnesty’s peril

Amnesty’s peril

The motives behind the crackdown are obvious. Published 10 Oct, 2020 07:06am
Parliament & courts

Parliament & courts

India’s constitution imposes limits on parliament, state legislatures and courts in regard to discussion of each other’s conduct. Updated 03 Oct, 2020 11:24am