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A 'Tolerant' State

In the Narendra Dabholkar murder case the main culprit is the state's tardy response.

Divide and Rule

Communalism has been used for a century and a half to rule over Uttar Pradesh.

Raising a Stink

Open defecation will continue until we link water with sanitation.

Flight of Common Sense

With the Udta Punjab controversy, the censor board has gone too far.

Choosing Speed over Diligence

Prakash Javadekar, Union Minister for Environment, Forest and Climate Change, is a man in a hurry. He is fond of boasting about his ministry’s achievements.

Attacks on Africans

We need to address the deep prejudices of India's culture, society and state.

New Target of Vitriol

The attack against the Reserve Bank governor obfuscates issues facing the Indian economy.

Can the Congress Recover?

Its dismal state is reason for despondency, as India needs a strong opposition.

Spectre of Debt

Public banks must develop mechanisms for better governance and improved lending strategies.

Killing Them Silently

Compensating workers dying of silicosis is an important legal breakthrough.

Panoptic at Work

The Geospatial Information Regulation Bill does not reclaim the commons.


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