The writer is professor, Centre for the Study of Law and Governance, Jawaharlal Nehru University, Delhi firstname.lastname@example.org
The legacy of Professor Bhambhri endures through his students, whether they are teachers in India and abroad, or political commentators whose writings enhance our understanding of India and the world, or indeed civil servants striving for a better society.
Understanding the context and philosophy of Indian citizenship, the situation in countries around the world, and why the implications of the Citizenship Amendment Act may extend to other realms as well.
The modern Indian university has always been yoked to the state project of the moment.
By choosing pliant heads of state,Congress has diminished the office
Hazares backers may unleash the very demons they mean to confront.
In Mother India, the people are participants in development, in Do Bigha Zameen they are victims of development. In neither are they projected as enemies of development whose resistance to it must be overcome, if necessary by force
The working of panchayati raj institutions in the country has valuable insights to offer to the debates on public administration and accountability, and on reservations for women. We need to track the panchayat, ask the right questions