PFI: The Long War on Terror

Rajeev Deshpande

The ban on PFI is the beginning of a period of legal grappling with an organisation and its associates believed to share their agenda with the Islamic State

In the Shadow of Terror

The murder of a BJP youth leader in coastal Karnataka, the birthplace of Indian Mujahideen founder Yasin Bhatkal, poses a challenge for the state government

A Rethink on Sedition?

With the government changing its stance, a more lenient law could be on the cards

Hate Wave in the Capital

Has Delhi become a communal tinderbox?

Friends or Foes?

Paul Staniland decodes government responses to armed groups

Who Will Win the Mind Game?

As BJP hopes to retain power through a tireless campaign, the opposition counts on ethnic and religious arithmetic

The Identity Angle in Assam

Why an alliance between the Congress and the AIUDF may end up helping the BJP

Setting the Example

Modi himself is maintaining the lakshman rekha he asked the country to follow

The Dalit Who Got Out

Bhanwar Meghwanshi tells Bhavya Dore how he has become a non-Hindu


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