Sarjan Shah

Shah is an alumnus of London School of Economics, Cambridge and Harvard, and lives and works in Mumbai

Articles By Sarjan Shah

Consider the larger picture: Abrogation of Articles 370, 35A will help integrate the Valley

Only in the creation of long-term order, can we ever hope to have truly substantive justice for the people of Jammu, Kashmir and Ladakh, who, I can say with the utmost conviction, are better off with us than they ever could be with our dear neighbours.

Aligned interests and a big stick

That’s what the West needs to meet challenge from China, Russia and others

26/11 anniversary: Fate and freedom

On 26/11, I lost my father. I was 19 years old at the time. My sister Sanjana was only 13 and mother, Kalpana P Shah, a vulnerable, hopeless romantic.