Can Assam Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi’s third running victory bring peace-through-dialogue to a long-embattled state?
In art, what works is what is real, what is executed with honesty and integrity, what is beautiful
Violence is a political tool in the city that never sleeps
So-called judicial overreach is the direct result of legislative and executive underreach
When we ask for sacrifice but fail to deliver, it’s not hard to see why some might get disillusioned with their country
For all the criticism—much of it merited—the protests galvanised by Anna Hazare show surprising signs of life in our sluggish polity
Can the Fukushima disaster in Japan force an overdue reassessment of India’s civilian nuclear programme?
It’s not that the Trinamool Congress deserves to win in the West Bengal elections in May, it’s that the CPI (M)-led Left Front deserves to lose
Why the organisers of a ‘charity’ music festival were ejected from a World Heritage Site on their ear