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Indian Constitution

Article 14: A Flawed Argument

J Sai Deepak

The use of Article 14 in criticising the CAA is a reductionist exercise

Thanks to CAA, We Stand Isolated in the World, Says Former NSA

Shivshankar Menon says India now needs help from abroad much more than ever

Opponents of Citizenship Act are intellectually dishonest

Contrary to propaganda, Indian Muslims have nothing to be worried about the new law

The Sovereign State Versus the Globalized Citizenship Model

A state’s foremost duty is to protect itself and its people

Demography of a Protest

Why the dust is not going to settle anytime soon

Divide and Misrule

The CAA and NRC have provided Indians with an opportunity for soul-searching

A Home for the Persecuted

The new citizenship law reflects age-old Indian ethos

How Democratic Processes Damage Citizenship Rights

It is true that India’s Constitution framers did not expect the articles dealing with citizenship to be set in stone

Cultivating Constitutional Morality

As the Constitution turns 70, its spirit needs to be guarded not only by parliamentarians but also by the people with utmost sacredness

Invitation to a Chaos

The fallout of extending Assam’s failed NRC policy to the rest of the country

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