Its endorsement of the G7's Open Societies Statement will give the world a larger say in human rights violations in the country
The government has been inept in all that was required of it
The ideology that forms the basis of BJP's sociopolitical initiatives is not an ideology at all
After a long hiatus, the party has come full circle in West Bengal - the state it began its ascent to power with
Through a series of innovative measures, the government has succeeded in kneecapping NGOs, if not finishing them off entirely
What sort of grand policy produces the opposite result of the one that it sought to achieve? What failed and how would this be corrected?
Far from being an annoyance, mass movements are the only legitimate way of engaging the government today
The reversal of burden of proof on cow, love Jihad, dissent and citizenship turns the tenets of judicial system on its head
India wants to be on the Security Council, but it is not clear why
The Supreme Court judgment on Shaheen Bagh reflects how rules can be selectively used to make or break a protest
The interesting thing about this virus is that its damage to society, public health and the economy will be recorded not by historians but by journalists and in real time
There are reasons to be optimistic about civil liberties amid the Covid crisis
Are contempt proceedings the best way of protecting the dignity of the court?
Fundamental rights explicitly guaranteed by the Constitution are being casually eroded in the garb of religious freedom laws
The democratisation of social media carries with it the understanding that its users will be responsible. For this reason it is less regulated than print or television media