Even more unnerving is the popular hypothesis and perception that the burgeoning wealth of the billionaires is a direct offshoot of favourable government policies.
16 Sep 2022
121 tribals accused in the Bhima Koregaon case were acquitted by the NIA court after 5 years in jail. Were those arrests a mistake of fact or an error of judgement?
18 Aug 2022
Tensions and communication hiatus are created when political power uses semantic manipulation with clear objectives and targets; they always use this effectively.
11 Jul 2022
The bid to revise school textbook curriculum shouldn’t be seen in isolation. It is part of a grand plan to sow seeds of ‘otherness’ in society.
17 Jun 2022
The Supreme Court’s interim order of putting on hold criminal proceedings in cases booked under Section 124 A of the IPC has not come a day early.
15 May 2022
The federal texture of our polity, which is already under strain on various fronts, will be further weakened by the perceived hegemony of Hindi.
23 Apr 2022
India’s decision to abstain has been prompted by several considerations and we need not judge it. But it is shocking that our campuses are bereft of genuine sentiment against the war.
26 Mar 2022
Political parties conveniently forgot to address five major issues during the election campaign, writes K Jayakumar.
22 May 2019
After the devastating floods, the daunting task of rehabilitation remains. How should the state government go about it?
05 Sep 2018
The social and economic justice that Dalits and tribals should’ve got long ago have still not reached them as facts show
18 Apr 2018