The writer, a Congress Rajya Sabha MP, is a former development commissioner, Punjab, and Union agriculture secretary.
The learned Solicitor General needs to read up on the 19th century history of the Sikhs and the British.
Punjab has a small share of its own rivers, a farming crisis, few off-farm jobs. Solution doesn’t lie in court.
Now, when I see problems in universities across the country, and how all who happen to be involved conduct themselves, my thoughts go back to what I saw long ago in Cambridge.
Experiences in the other Punjab, foreign but familiar