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Nandini Sundar

The writer is professor of sociology at Delhi University and a co-petitioner in an ongoing PIL in the Supreme Court against the Chhattisgarh government.

Whose national interest?
Fri, Feb 27, 2015

Home ministry’s affidavit in Priya Pillai case is a study in irony.

Old, old war
Tue, Dec 09, 2014

Instead of narratives that advance the cause of war from the perspective of the state, we require those that lay out its full costs.

Felling the straw man
Tue, Dec 09, 2014

The problem is not with ministers’ foreign education but with their attitudes towards society

Elections 2014
After Modi, the deluge
Tue, Dec 09, 2014

The refrain that democratic institutions will survive him ignores how weak they are.

‘I want to put on record my disgust’
Tue, Jul 26, 2011

I know there is no fundamental right to be published in a paper,and I am grateful to you for carrying my piece.

Why the court disbanded Chhattisgarh’s SPOs
Fri, Jul 22, 2011

Instead of criticising the framing of the order,look at the facts

Breaking the mistrust in Chhattisgarh
Sat, May 22, 2010

The state government has failed its rehabilitation duties after the Salwa Judum violence,and obstinately refuses outside mediation....

Life in the raw in Pandarwada
Wed, Jan 08, 2003

Instead of going to Goa for the New Year, I wish Prime Minister Vajpayee had come to Pandarwada. Here, and in other villages in Gujarat&#146...

The borderline of patriotism
Fri, Jul 16, 1999

The day after Australia won the World Cup, I overheard a conversation between two young men in a lift. Australia played on our behalf, sa...

The eighth city
Mon, Jun 01, 1998

At a recent conference on Delhi, several speakers complained that the Capital was a lifeless city, a city of dead monuments, a city of babus...

No liberation through banishment
Tue, Jan 13, 1998

How ironic that the People's War Group, which has itself been banned by the Andhra Pradesh government, should now ban NGOs working in what i...