PRESIDENT+PRIME MINISTER = PEACE
Jehan Perera | Dec 01, 2003
REVOLUTION AND RESPONSIBILTY
Aasim Sajjad Akhtar | Dec 01, 2003
The Indo-Pak bomb
Itty Abraham | Dec 01, 2003
Going Nuclear, Talking Nuclear
Indians and Pakistanis meet to address a taboo subject - nuclear escalation in the neighbourhood.
T Mathew | 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 …
Rahul Goswami | 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 …
Hamza Alavi: A Life
Hamza Alavi | 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...
Mohan Guruswamy, Abhishek Kaul and Vishal Handa | Dec 01, 2003
Ball and chain syndrome
Suhas Chakma | Dec 01, 2003
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.
Andrew Nash | Dec 01, 2003
Words struggling to break the shackle
How do you confront a century?
Zia Mian | Dec 01, 2003
When neoliberalism came to the Indian farm
With a focus on agricultural policy since the 1990s, 'Distress in the Fields' demonstrates how neoliberal interventions sowed the seeds of the crisis faced by farmers today
“I write with the same hands that carried shit”: Reading Pandiyakannan’s ‘Salavaan’
The Tamil writer Pandiyakannan, the first novelist from the Kuravar community, offers an intimate portrait of the lives of manual scavengers
Federalism is the most significant ideological divide in Nepali politics
Amid the the “‘de-ideologisation”’ of Nepali politics, the most consequential differences are on the system of provincial government. Three emergent parties throw the divisions into sharp relief.
Pakistan’s politics continues to dictate its economic crisis
The standoff over elections in Punjab between the PML-N’s ruling coalition and Imran Khan’s PTI has intensified Pakistan’s multidimensional crisis, and may lead to sovereign default