'When journalists are summoned and their devices seized in the name of investigation, there is an inherent malice in the process that must be checked'
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Slogans that have not been heard for ages are again in the air. Che Guevara’s name is once more on the lips of a third world leader, this time Ibrahim Traoré of Burkina FasoPRABHAT PATNAIK
Nations that uphold academic freedom tend to attract international scholars & researchers seeking environments conducive to intellectual growthUMMAR JAMAL
The treasury benches have turned into a vaudeville of low mimicry, high-decibel sectarianism — the ‘Jai Shri Ram’ cry is routinely employed for both greeting and hecklingSANKARSHAN THAKUR
If justice is not apparent, no amount of sloganeering, such as ‘Beti Bachao Beti Padhao’, can counter the violence and hatred directed towards womenNEHA SHAH, JHARNA PATHAK
India’s media space is divided; the divisions are the result of competition and differences in political fidelities. It must unite, if only for a while, to assess the depths of the crisisTHE EDITORIAL BOARD
Lakshya plays underworld kingpin Dara Kadri’s younger brother Ajju Kadri in the Prime Video series Bambai Meri Jaan directed by Shujaat Saudagar