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
'The real success of a city depends on its ability to make available its facilities and resources equitably. Everybody who lives there must have access to what the city offers, be it housing, drinking water, healthcare, safety or educational opportunities,' says Sheila Dikshit.