Elections bring out the worst in India’s swadeshi McCarthy and his cohorts.
No conflict rooted in the people’s sentiments can be crushed by force.
It is precisely during a crisis that the truth should be told.
Punishing dissenting newspapers by withholding ads is an abuse of power.
No government has a right to air old official records for partisan ends.
Politicisation of the services and transfers feed on each other.
How many or how few can resist the command of the politician in power?
Anti-defection laws have turned legislators into bonded labour.
Within a month, 65,000 citizens had donated a rupee each to the fund.
University students have the right to publish a magazine without permission.
Even this small opening to ‘the other side’ was unacceptable.
The RSS has ever been an advocate of J&K trifurcation.
It is in both countries’ interest to actively promote such bilateral ties.
Recent ventures in road-building require a mature approach.
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.