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Thursday, July 19, 2018
Liberal Victimhood: It hides structural oppression of the marginalised, appropriates their protests

On crime against women, bad questions, poor answers

Demoralised teachers are ill-suited to deliver Delhi’s new curriculum to students

Bengaluru's new pet licensing laws are beset by the familiar failing of public policy

Towards a Hindu Pakistan?
Towards a Hindu Pakistan?

If the BJP does manage to win a second term, the Prime Minister would do well to ask himself why we have violent Hindutva instead of a Hindu renaissance that could make Indians truly proud, writes Tavleen Singh.

Across the aisle: BJP renders aid and advice to LG!
Across the aisle: BJP renders aid and advice to LG!

Both Najeeb Jung and Anil Baijal knew exactly what they were doing as Delhi L-G , yet if they did act in a peculiar manner, it was not because of ignorance but because of subservience.

Despite verdict, work paralysed in capital: delhi Govt to Supreme Court
SC’s dismissal of Dec 16 rape case review raises troubling questions about lawyers’ ethics, court process

The SC had previously ruled “all the three dying declarations are true, voluntary and consistent.” Therefore, the standard for review was not satisfied.

Beating back the food police
Beating back the food police

Many BJP-ruled states deny children a food choice that could address malnutrition

Kerala’s new heroes
Kerala’s new heroes

Stalwarts of Malayalam cinema have been unsettled from their pedestals because of their apparent misogyny.

Job gains versus fake analysis
Job gains versus fake analysis

Let us debate facts or close approximations. Let discussions on government’s economic performance rise above the unintelligent discourse that passes for analysis

Kumaraswamy’s job is to govern. Tears and complaints about being victimised do not figure among deliverables
The whole picture

The technology that caught the God particle has spun off chips that will revolutionise 3D medical imaging in a few years

Kumaraswamy’s job is to govern. Tears and complaints about being victimised do not figure among deliverables
Cries and whispers

In his birth centenary, Ingmar Bergman’s achievements as a philosopher of cinema remain unsurpassed

A Poll Outcome Foretold

When a Pakistan PM falls foul of the deep state, the Opposition, senior bureaucrats and the judiciary get together against him.

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Common minimum resolve

The opposition needs to reopen a political debate on institutions, sign on to a charter for institutional reform

Kumaraswamy’s job is to govern. Tears and complaints about being victimised do not figure among deliverables
Justice on justice

Unveiling his vision of justice in times of change, Justice Gogoi draws a roadmap for the judiciary

Hang out with trees

Appreciate them for quietly doing a job that allows us to continue to live and breathe.

Kumaraswamy’s job is to govern. Tears and complaints about being victimised do not figure among deliverables
Man to man

Law on adultery, as it exists, is a bundle of patriarchal logic. It needs to be urgently changed.

Kumaraswamy’s job is to govern. Tears and complaints about being victimised do not figure among deliverables
Mystery step

A dancing burglar brings up questions about the joy of work and the sadness of cameras

Kumaraswamy’s job is to govern. Tears and complaints about being victimised do not figure among deliverables
One step back

Proposed removal of some draconian measures from Bihar’s prohibition is welcome. Coercion is a poor agent of social reform

Million people have been displaced by heavy monsoon rains, floods and landslides in India.
Spirit Of Sendai

Nations must have action plans to reduce risks of disasters.

Sixty-four per cent of Muslims are “highly” or “somewhat” fearful of the police
The uniform code

Under-representation of Muslims in police and army hurts the constitutional project of multi-cultural India

Hollowing out a promise

NREGA is a demand-driven programme and if the demand vanishes because wages are low and uncertain, nothing will be able to save it.

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The unshackling

Institution of Eminence tag frees universities from government interference

Kumaraswamy’s job is to govern. Tears and complaints about being victimised do not figure among deliverables
The conqueror

One by one, Mbappe is showing off the gifts in his bag. More magic lies ahead

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