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Desperate to oppose
Even before these civilized assumptions were rendered redundant by the rough and tumble of ‘emerging’ democracies, there were alternative perceptions of the Opposition’s role. Radical politicians, particularly the early socialists and communists, wer...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
PRO AND CONTRA
In a parliamentary democracy, today’s opposition is often yesterday’s or tomorrow’s government. In Westminster, there is the ...| Read.. 
 
GUNS DOWN
Democratic power does not flow from the barrel of a gun. The guns, therefore, have to fall silent before democracy can return...| Read.. 
 
FIFTH COLUMN
 
Good out of the bad
The only silver lining, if one is possible, to the Natwar Singh farce is that the prime minister and Sonia Gandhi will have t...  | Read.. 
BOOKS
Lifting the veil
IN A MINORITY: ESSAYS ON MUSLIM WOMEN IN INDIA Edited by Zoya Hasan and Ri...  | Read.. 
 
Nuances of emerging India
TOMORROW’S INDIA: ANOTHER TRYST WITH DESTINY Edited by B.G. Verghese, Read.. 
 
Recipe for a best-seller
Jaswant Singh’s runaway bestseller, A Call to Honour, should be tak...  | Read..