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Opinion  /  Published 07.09.21

Poisoned fruits: A family of lies

There is a difference between lying and making bad decisions, but the two are often intimately connected, especially in public life. As children, almost all of us have been told that lying is bad, tha...
By Ruchir Joshi

Opinion  /  Published 24.08.21

UCC: The history of a code

While hearing a divorce case, the Delhi High Court directed the Centre to take the steps necessary to bring in a Uniform Civil Code in order to avoid conflicting realities coming in the way of the del...
By Zakia Soman

Opinion  /  Published 19.08.21

Snaking line: A fair law for refugees

It is possible that the compulsions of the New Great Game unfolding in Afghanistan and its neighbourhood have deflected global attention from the frightening scale of the humanitarian crisis that is g...
By The Editorial Board

Opinion  /  Published 11.08.21

The future of history

Amidst the pandemic, many policies that should have generated heated debate and concerns have been pushed through with little to no murmur. Among issues that have been shadowed over are the scrapping ...
By Navneet Sharma, Madhuri Sharma

Opinion  /  Published 10.08.21

Horsepower: BJP IT Cell

None can accuse the chief minister of Uttar Pradesh of possessing a sterile imagination. Yogi Adityanath has described, with a touch of creativity, the social media as an ‘unbridled horse’...
By The Editorial Board

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Opinion  /  Published 30.07.21

The forked tongue

Two news reports appeared recently in a leading national daily. In one, the chief of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh, Mohan Bhagwat, waxed eloquent on India’s rich ethos of accommodation and tol...
By Mathew John

Opinion  /  Published 22.07.21

Northeast: Trying hard to make some gains

In the recent reshuffle of the Union council of ministers, three more candidates from the Northeast were inducted as ministers, bringing up the region’s total to five. Two among them are of cabi...
By Pradip Phanjoubam

Opinion  /  Published 06.07.21

Beyond votes: CJI Ramana on democracy

When there is excitement over a speech that asserts what should have been normal, it is clear that India is going through hard times. In the Justice P.D. Desai Memorial Trust lecture, the Chief Justic...
By The Editorial Board

Opinion  /  Published 26.06.21

Congress’s path to revival lies in it proving its valency

The only solace for the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party in a challenging political year is that the year has, arguably, been worse for the Congress. The latter lost all three states — Assam, Puduc...
By Asim Ali

Opinion  /  Published 23.06.21

Central Vista lacks democratic imagination

Sometimes, the major battles of our time get caught in coteries and clubs and float adrift from the democratic imagination. The debate around the Central Vista project is one such event. How does one ...
By Shiv Visvanathan


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