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Going Nuclear, Talking Nuclear

Indians and Pakistanis meet to address a taboo subject - nuclear escalation in the neighbourhood.

| Dec 01, 2003

This very uncivil society

They call it humanisation with a global face—or is it the other way around? From 16 to 21 January 2004, the World Social Forum (WSF) convenes in Bombay, the first departure from its home in …

| Dec 01, 2003

A lawless Subcontinent

A study of the abuse of human rights and the human spirit in "democratic India" reveals the extent of the problem of lawlessness by the state, which can only become much worse when all of …

| Dec 01, 2003

Is India really shining?

Not if you compare it to China, not if you study the indicators of public welfare, not if you look at centralisation...

An election at JNU

The elections for the students' union at Jawaharlal Nehru University pits Hindutva against the Congress against the Marxists against the Marxists Leninists. It is all very civilised, still, the feelings run deeper in South Delhi.

| Dec 01, 2003

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The state of suspension

The closure of Amnesty India is a rude reminder of the growing antipathy towards political freedoms and dissenting voices in the country.

Sustaining the myth of merit

How technical knowledge became the preserve of a ‘meritorious’ upper-caste elite.

From Bin Qasim to Ertugrul

How the Pakistani state has revived the use of historical drama as a political tool.