A Flawed Argument

Siddharth Singh

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

Azaadi in a Park

Why the political class has distanced itself from Shaheen Bagh

JNU: End of the Romance

JNU brings out the redundancy of the campus Left

The Sovereign State Versus the Globalized Citizenship Model

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

Why We Protest

A brief history of angry streets

Anger Management

The Indian street needs a new fighter, not from the closed books of religion. Nor from the ghost houses of ideologies

Fear of the Foreigner

The Citizenship Amendment Act and the Northeast exceptionalism

I will do it again if I have to: the poster girl of Jamia protests

Aysha Renna, a history student at Jamia Millia Islamia University, has been catapulted to fame for defending a fellow student and journalist during anti-CAA protests in Delhi

The Roadshow Apart

Protest marches by farmers and emotive appeals by politicians are no substitute for the need to fix India’s broken farm sector

Fear and Loathing in Aligarh

Assertions of religious identity in the face of sectarian politics put the spotlight on India’s most famous Muslim university


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