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Supreme Voices

The apex court verdict favoring the collegium system over the National Judicial Appointments Commission has pitted the judiciary against the executive. Can the crisis be used to usher in judicial refo...

Cow in the Communal Cauldron

Rumors of beef consumption and cow slaughter are being used to polarize society. If any govt is serious about a total ban, will it invest in cow welfare and have a uniform law on bovine slaughter? ...

One Man’s Meat Is Another Man’s Poison

There is much ado about meat nowadays. And the reason for this issue’s resurgence is political, religious and commercial. But is its ban wise? What does it do to India’s secular image? By Kalyani S...

Different Rules for Different States

Part of the confusion regarding cow slaughter and beef consumption are vague laws. It serves political interests to keep it that way By Rakesh Bhatnagar there has been a spate of diktats in...

To Quota or Not to Quota…

RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat’s recent call for a review of the national reservation policy has brought the focus back on what has long been a contentious issue. But will political parties agree to refine, ...

Rapped on the Knuckles

The government was pulled up by the Supreme Court over delay in implementing OROP and had a contempt petition coming up against it on September 28 By Venkatasubramanian THE timing of th...

Served with Little Gravy and No Grace

Though the “One Rank, One Pension” scheme for the armed forces has been announced, protests by ex-servicemen continue. Why are the government’s assurances like weak tea and lacking in sincerity? By...

India’s Icarus

By Shantanu Guha Ray Jignesh Shah blazed like a meteor and burnt out like one. This entrepreneur, who could have been a sterling exponent of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s “Make in India” program, ai...

The Final Blow Came

Joint secretary KP Krishnan’s letter suggests that competing interests were threatened by FTIL’s growing clout A confidential note by KP Krishnan, then joint secretary in Department of Economic...

A breach of trust?

Yakub’s death sentence has raised questions about the way probe agencies have made fugitives surrender after giving promises. With agencies having washed their hands off him, will new informants hesitate to come forward?

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