The government's misguided moves on Employees' Provident Fund rules show whose side it is on.
The attack on students, this time in JNU, is part of India's unresolved culture wars.
Anti-terrorism investigations must not be communally biased.
The union government is ominously misusing Article 356 of the Constitution.
Removing army bunkers from Handwara will not address the deep-rooted anger.
The new solid waste rules harp on contested technologies.
The apathy of citizens and offi cials towards fi re safety norms must be tackled.
Maharashtra's new act on bar dancers has nothing to improve their working conditions.
It is water management, not water scarcity that is the real problem.
The Panama Papers have exposed the ugly underbelly of globalisation.
The poor in India have access to surgeries but not basic healthcare.
What makes Hindutva more lethal than other undemocratic regimes of the past.
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