The greatest stride for women’s rights in the last quarter century remains the Women’s Protection Bill of 2006.
Asad Rahim Khan
The city of lights is thrashing in the dark.
The current legal framework doesn’t require an electoral bar.
It’s not theirs to keep, the same way it wasn’t our colonisers’ to give
For reasons legal, historical and theological, the mandir needs to be built.
We raise statues not to remind us of who we are, but what we could be.
The Modi regime looks to be pushing its final solution.
For many, it’s the same old vultures — who cares?
Conservative historian Niall Ferguson somehow got it right: Ayub was the ultimate ally.
At long last, India cannot externalise its monsters.
There must be a clear connection between crime and punishment.
India has done away with the fig leaf of Kashmir’s sham ‘accession.’
Hazaras are killed because they are Shia. We know because their killers say so.
At every step, India’s narrative was a whirl of war drums.
Britain’s denial has led to the most moronic decision in memory.
The final chapter of Asghar Khan’s story has yet to be written. It all hinges on a Supreme Court case.
What would our history be if the judges remained passive?
We call the case everything except what it is — a massacre.
A country that refuses to remember its heroes can only be run by its villains.
Fifteen years ago, Bush reduced Iraq to a pile of ash.