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Siddharth Singh

Power Politics
Columns
Free Electricity: Power Politics

A double-edged sword

14 February 2020
The Philosopher Who Would Be King
Books
The Philosopher Who Would Be King

It is hard not to think that India would have been a very different country under Dara Shukoh

07 February 2020
A Political Gamble
Features
A Political Gamble

An unusual strategy for growth

07 February 2020
A Flawed Argument
Features
A Flawed Argument

The use of non-economic factors to explain India’s economic troubles does not square with the facts

31 January 2020
Azadi in a Park
Features
Azaadi in a Park

Why the political class has distanced itself from Shaheen Bagh

24 January 2020
The Web of Rights
Features
The Web of Rights

Between internet freedom and national integrity

17 January 2020
The National Reckoning
Features
The National Reckoning

The awakening and accompanying challenges

10 January 2020
States of Societies
Books
States of Societies

The future of liberty, equality and capitalism

20 December 2019
The General in His Cul-De-Sac
Politics
The General in His Cul-De-Sac

Musharraf’s conviction is a first in the history of Pakistan

20 December 2019
Who is an Indian?
Cover Stories
Who is an Indian?

The amended citizenship law clears the path to the naturalisation of persecuted minorities in India’s neighbourhood even as misplaced alarmism portrays it as anti-Muslim

13 December 2019

Authors

Mehr Tarar

Mehr Tarar is a well-known Pakistani columnist and author

Nanditha Krishna

Nanditha Krishna is a historian, author and environmentalist, and director of the CPR Institute of Indological Research in Chennai

Makarand R Paranjape

Makarand R Paranjape, director, Indian Institute of Advanced Study, Shimla, is the author of the forthcoming book Swami Vivekananda: Hinduism and India’s Road to Modernity. Views are personal

Sumantra Bose

Sumantra Bose is Professor of International and Comparative Politics at the London School of Economics and Political Science. His next book, Secular States, Religious Politics: India, Turkey, and the Future of Secularism, will be published in early 2018 by Cambridge University Press

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