NRC can’t be India’s top priority now
The failed Assam NRC exercise should jolt the government into realising the disastrous effects if implemented nationally.
Power to regulate citizenship can’t be exercised arbitrarily
Part II of the Indian Constitution and Indian Citizenship Act, 1955, lay down various provisions relating to citizenship.
Sri Lanka: Return of the Rajas
In the new President, Gotabhaya Nandasena Rajapaksa, Sri Lanka and its international interlocutors have a mixture of both.
Heed this message from the island
Prudent diplomacy would allow the Family to prove sincerity vis-à-vis those assurances of peace and development.
In search of a leader
The formation of Pakistan took with it the leaders of the Muslim League. With them went the wealth of leadership acumen.
Asad: Like grandfather, like grandson
Bit by bit, Abdul Wahed Owaisi rebuilt the party, taking immense pains to propel it to its stated goal — a platform to unite Muslims.
‘Muslims require political empowerment’
Indian Muslims had rejected the Jinnah’s ideology and it was a right decision, says Owaisi.
Uddhav Thackeray: The chance to come into his own
Sena playing hardball with BJP on rotational chief ministership should not surprise anyone as Uddhav might be eyeing the CM’s post for himself.
Shades of 1985 in 2019 verdict
Thirty-four years later, Mr Pawar took on the combined might of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and BJP president Amit Shah.
Tussle over power sharing sour Uddhav’s ties with Fadnavis
The breakdown of ties between Mr Thackeray and Mr Fadnavis is surprising, given their match always looked as one made in political heaven.