Rahul needs to unite I.N.D.I.A bloc ahead of state elections

NEW DELHI: In Maharashtra, maintaining I.N.D.I Alliance...

The unfinished reforms saga

It is imperative for India to replicate...

Cool Breeze

One for the Arts Sundeep Bhutoria, the managing...

Anuraag Saxena

Ram Mandir and Bharat’s geopolitical resurrection

In a world where geopolitical dynamics are often shaped by cultural narratives, the Ram Mandir serves as a poignant reminder of Bharat’s commitment to...

Lobbying in India: Where Amrit Kaal meets Antyodaya

India’s public consciousness, and therefore India’s law-makers have viewed lobbying as pseudonyms for corruption and bribery. Lobbyists killed lobbying. Paradoxically, unscrupulous lobbyists have marred the...

Lobbying in India: The time to pivot?

Lobbying can help to promote economic growth and development. In many countries, lobbying is an integral part of the democratic process. India has had a...

Lobbying in India: The time to pivot?

Lobbying can help to promote economic growth and development. In many countries, lobbying is an integral part of the democratic process. India has had a...

Lobbying in India: The time to pivot?

Lobbying can help to promote economic growth and development. In many countries, lobbying is an integral part of the democratic process. India has had a...

Lobbying in India: The time to pivot?

Lobbying can help to promote economic growth and development. In many countries, lobbying is an integral part of the democratic process. India has had a...

Lobbying in India: The murky past

This is the first of a three-part article on legitimizing and regulating lobbying in India. Lobbying is a dirty word in India. The mere mention...

Lobbying in India: The murky past

This is the first of a three-part article on legitimizing and regulating lobbying in India. Lobbying is a dirty word in India. The mere mention...

Lobbying in India: The murky past

This is the first of a three-part article on legitimizing and regulating lobbying in India. Lobbying is a dirty word in India. The mere mention...

Taming the Hydra: Regulatory solutions that could actually curb online-falsehoods

President Emmanuel Macron of France, in an address to the United States Congress in 2018 warned about the scourge of fake news as undermining...

Sovereignty over Internationalism

Banning TikTok and other Chinese apps is just one small step towards India’s geo-political repositioning.   THE HISTORY OF INDIA’S ‘FRIENDZONING’ It is the winter of 1947....

Sovereignty over Internationalism

Banning TikTok and other Chinese apps is just one small step towards India’s geo-political repositioning.   THE HISTORY OF INDIA’S ‘FRIENDZONING’ It is the winter of 1947....

Sovereignty over Internationalism

Banning TikTok and other Chinese apps is just one small step towards India’s geo-political repositioning.   THE HISTORY OF INDIA’S ‘FRIENDZONING’ It is the winter of 1947....

Post Covid, there will be a New-World-Order

Permanent dependence on China is likely to be breached; and across three levels—Individuals, Corporations and Nations. It started in Hubei province, travelling westwards with traders...

Post Covid, there will be a New-World-Order

Permanent dependence on China is likely to be breached; and across three levels—Individuals, Corporations and Nations. It started in Hubei province, travelling westwards with traders...

Post Covid, there will be a New-World-Order

Permanent dependence on China is likely to be breached; and across three levels—Individuals, Corporations and Nations. It started in Hubei province, travelling westwards with traders...

Temple Freedom Bill shouldn’t fail, but it will

For temples to win the equal-rights’ war, we need a permanent and structural fix. Equal rights endowed through legislation and have access to redress...

Temple Freedom Bill shouldn’t fail, but it will

For temples to win the equal-rights’ war, we need a permanent and structural fix. Equal rights endowed through legislation and have access to redress...

Temple Freedom Bill shouldn’t fail, but it will

For temples to win the equal-rights’ war, we need a permanent and structural fix. Equal rights endowed through legislation and have access to redress...

Ram Janmabhoomi: Meditation, mediation or medication?

The Ram Janmabhoomi issue has been flaring up since Rajiv Gandhi opened it up to the Hindu community in 1986. Thirty-three years on, this Friday,...

A Communist Manifesto for India’s Temples

It is time to update archaic laws that were premised on a post-colonial mindset.   Way back in 1999 I had written, “The Government is not...

A Communist Manifesto for India’s Temples

It is time to update archaic laws that were premised on a post-colonial mindset.   Way back in 1999 I had written, “The Government is not...

A Communist Manifesto for India’s Temples

It is time to update archaic laws that were premised on a post-colonial mindset.   Way back in 1999 I had written, “The Government is not...

Sabarimala and the ‘Religious Freedom Restoration Act’

In 1993, US President Bill Clinton signed the “Religious Freedom Restoration Act”. This Act overturned a 1990 Supreme Court ruling that validated the restriction...

Sabarimala and the ‘Religious Freedom Restoration Act’

In 1993, US President Bill Clinton signed the “Religious Freedom Restoration Act”. This Act overturned a 1990 Supreme Court ruling that validated the restriction...

Sabarimala and the ‘Religious Freedom Restoration Act’

In 1993, US President Bill Clinton signed the “Religious Freedom Restoration Act”. This Act overturned a 1990 Supreme Court ruling that validated the restriction...

Heritage crimes: Let’s get our past back

Legend has it that Mahishasura, the most powerful in the Asura kingdom derived his powers from Lord Brahma’s boon. Mahishasura had asked for immortality,...

Heritage crimes: Let’s get our past back

Legend has it that Mahishasura, the most powerful in the Asura kingdom derived his powers from Lord Brahma’s boon. Mahishasura had asked for immortality,...

Heritage crimes: Let’s get our past back

Legend has it that Mahishasura, the most powerful in the Asura kingdom derived his powers from Lord Brahma’s boon. Mahishasura had asked for immortality,...

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