Jawed Naqvi

Fighting with what one has

The Indian govt has exhausted its quota of tricks to keep the people distracted, and now they have taken to the streets. Updated Jan 21, 2020 02:53pm

A foul sense of entitlement

The battle to save India’s democracy from being shredded requires a focused strategy to funnel the already unleashed. Updated Jan 14, 2020 07:40am

Fighting Ebola and Hindutva

Innocent students shouldn’t be beaten up and then also falsely called anti-national. Updated Jan 07, 2020 07:42am

Ray of hope in dark times

New videos have emerged of ordinary Hindus vociferously rejecting the Narendra Modi-Amit Shah bias against Muslims. Updated Dec 31, 2019 07:32am

Who wants Modi’s charity?

Disrupting lives woven into the fabric of India on religious and ethnic grounds points to a brazenly divisive agenda. Updated Dec 24, 2019 07:25am

Has Modi lost the plot?

The Modi-Shah pair has sparked a fire that now threatens to singe them and engulf the country. Updated Dec 17, 2019 03:47pm

Jaya Bachchan’s way

Ms Bachchan could look at the evidence that in societies where male dominance eases, the incidence of sexual violence Published Dec 10, 2019 07:16am

From the rubble of Ayodhya

The Babri Masjid verdict should have brought succour to the government’s cheerleaders, but it hasn’t. Updated Dec 04, 2019 04:03pm

Seen Birnam Wood moving?

India’s rulers are plunging the knife every day into the heart of a trusting democracy that gave them their unbridled Published Nov 26, 2019 06:50am

Sacred thread of the soul

Sikhs who have endeared themselves to Nanak’s world of fraternity include excellent men and women. Updated Nov 12, 2019 10:17am

As Gandhi commits suicide

Yogi Adityanath and his 20th-century forebears crushed the spiritual pantheon into rubble. Published Oct 29, 2019 07:15am

Between Wuhan and Chennai

It is not quite clear why Chennai was chosen as a venue for the informal summit between Xi Jinping and Narendra Modi. Published Oct 15, 2019 07:02am

Mortal fear of intellectuals

The Hindutva leader is nowhere near as popular as the benighted Nazi leader, and is not likely to be anytime soon. Published Oct 08, 2019 07:02am

A truer tribute to Gandhi

Imran Khan expressed a chilling fear shared by many Indians: What would happen when the siege is lifted. Updated Oct 02, 2019 09:15am

Of omens, good and bad

Neither the Hindutva jamboree in Houston, nor his embracing of Trump, has won Modi an endorsement for his subversion of Published Sep 24, 2019 07:23am

50 years of a landmark split

It would require a collective effort of all Indian opposition groups to refloat the beached Congress. Published Sep 17, 2019 07:06am