C Aryama Sundaram
The rampant misuse of anti-dowry laws has reached alarming levels. What was intended and ought to have been a most beneficial legislation, aimed at putting an end to this long-prevailing custom, has become a tool of extortion and blackmail
05 Aug 2017
India is a country built out of diversity, whether in demographic profiles, languages, cultures, traditions, customs, physical features, religious beliefs or even behavioural characteristics.
08 Jul 2017
The applause over the death sentence pronounced for the Nirbhaya killing and the almost euphoric media and public reaction to it have cemented the continuance of the death sentence in India.
13 May 2017
Drunken driving is a menace. It is a danger to every other user of the highway and a zero tolerance policy is essential.
16 Apr 2017
The office of governor is considered to be purely ceremonial and inconsequential. A cushy after-retirement posting for an obedient and accommodating civil servant. Or a kick upstairs for a member of t
18 Mar 2017
An often-asked question is as to who was the real hero in Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar? And the answer is that it is the Ghost of Caesar. So let it be with Amma!
18 Feb 2017
The frenzy created over the discontinuance of Jallikattu is both perplexing and troubling.
22 Jan 2017
The recent missive shot off by Justice Chelameswar to the Chief Justice, complaining about the functioning of the Supreme Court Collegium, sent waves of shock through the Bench, Bar and public.
19 Sep 2016
20 Aug 2016
The Supreme Court dismissed a PIL praying that Their Lordships direct raising the retirement age of judges.
12 Apr 2016
12 Apr 2016