The writer is former president of the Samata Party.
A collection of writings offers a rare insight into the life of one of India’s most eminent but little remembered public activists
The government needs to distinguish between crooked NGOs and genuine ones.
Her detractors don’t see the obvious: The textiles sector can benefit enormously from her affinity for action.
Prime Minister Modi’s Iran trip also yielded a significant cultural pact
Gossip, half-facts and some fiction cannot masquerade as history.
Removing sari from handlooms reservation act would ill serve weavers and a shared heritage.
Can we devise spaces in city that allow experiments like Dilli Haat to take off and endure, asks Jaya Jaitly.
Now, people of J&K praise army for their rescue and curse the media for publicising it.
What Varanasi’s weavers want from their Lok Sabha representative.
Nitish Kumar should reveal the real reasons for his walkout from the NDA
Salman Khurshid,like any other accused,has the right to present his side of the story
Examining the multiple meanings of the Ramayana is essential for an intellectual politics
Dear Anna,widen your team,and your horizons,or India will be the worse for it.
The rules governing sting operations need to be written up....
There are no wars to be won through poetry, no great intentions behind a poem's composition and it is more of a compulsion for self-motivated souls than a mere hobby, says Kiriti Sengupta, a gifted Indian poet, who has more than 17 books of poetry to his credit.