India cannot, and must not, wait any longer to recognise the right to healthcare.
The US Seventh Fleet was once a threat; now it is deemed to be an opportunity in more than one sense.
They are two sides of the same coin, committed to the same goals.
Maruti Suzuki workers have bravely faced a repressive management and a complicit state.
Having raised hopes to unrealistic levels, Modi has to re-emphasise the Sangh’s majoritarian agenda.
What happened to the “Soviets” and the women workers who marched for change?
The lines between the welfare state and the surveillance state are fast blurring.
India’s economy is stumbling, but “alternative facts” suggest high growth despite demonetisation.
The BJP’s victory in Maharashtra’s local elections exposes the weakness of regional parties.
The much-awaited amendments to the Medical Termination of Pregnancy Act should be adopted.
In India and the US, the government is fertilising the fields of hate.
The Economic Survey’s proposed treatment of the “festering twin balance sheet problem” is only a band-aid.
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