A Court Gets It Right on Hijab

Siddharth Singh

The path requires judicial sagacity and eschewing of activism on the part of the courts

The Root Cause

The tap of Hindu anger has burst open

Amit Majmudar: ‘There Are No Atheists in the Trenches’

Amit Majmudar’s tragicomic novel of friendship between a Hindu and a Muslim, during the First World War, shows a way to reconciliation and healing. The author in conversation with Urvashi Bahuguna

Who’s Afraid of Muhammad Ali Jinnah?

Let him not divide India further

The Irony of This War

Despite Obama’s strong words, the West is still groping for a response to Islamic State

Islam and Liberals

Islam and the trouble with liberal apologists

A Lynching in Dadri

The killing of a man over rumours of beef eating in a western UP village brings out the worst instincts of electoral politics and casts a shadow on the modernisation programme of the Prime Minister

Lies, Duplicity and Deceit in the name of Allah

A special issue on ‘Islam and terrorism’ by Urdu magazine Haftroza Nai Duniya distorts facts, disfigures history and denies misdeeds

Without Land or Leader

The revival of Congress now is far more difficult than it has ever been


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