'One Nation, One Everything' attitude bound to raise federal tensions

The ruling party has absolute majority and firm faith in over-centralisation, writes Pranab Bardhan


The call for ‘One nation, one election’ has only been the most recent salvo in a whole barrage of actions meant to promote a centralised nation-state based on Hindu majoritarianism

Pranab Bardhan
Many years back I read a book on China by the historian W J F Jenner, The Tyranny of History: The Roots of China’s Crisis, where he describes one of
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First Published: Sep 19 2023 | 4:08 PM IST

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