Is the mob ruling the roost?
JNU violence shows the fringe is at the Centre.
Salil Tripathi | Jan 07, 2020
Nivedita Menon on the JNU attacks
The Editors | Jan 07, 2020
When I ‘came out’ as Dalit
And why I rejected Rohith Vemula’s Facebook friend request.
Yashica Dutt | Jun 20, 2016
Nationalism, Hindutva and India
Reexamining the idea of India
The Editors | Mar 04, 2016
Bullying the republic
What the recent clampdown on educational institutions in India tells us about the ruling dispensation.
Puja Sen | Feb 16, 2016
Brain gain, being brown
A Malayali Southasian’s thoughts on going away and returning home.
Cyriac George | Nov 01, 2005
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
Imran Khan’s attempted arrest, UN appeal for Afghanistan aid, a graphic novel on Naga repatriation and more
March - Updates and analysis from around the region
A disappeared Maldivian journalist’s family still waits for closure
Eight years after he vanished, and despite an official report pointing to his abduction and murder, Ahmed Rilwan is yet to be declared dead, and powerful officials allegedly linked to the killers evade justice
Punjab’s battles over Bhagat Singh
Controversies over the anti-colonial revolutionary expose Punjab’s political fissures, with the farmers’ protest movement, Communists, Khalistanis, the AAP and other parties all having staked their own claims
Tehreek-i-Taliban is making its way back in Pakistan
Tehreek-i-Taliban’s resurgence reveals the failure of the Pakistan government’s anti-terror policy and its ambivalent, contradictory relationship with Islamist militant groups