Baijayant ‘Jay’ Panda The Indian Express Group
Baijayant ‘Jay’ Panda-
Monday 14 October '13India must upgrade disaster monitoring and response systems. It could learn from Odisha
Tuesday 13 August '13Engage with those who want peace in Pakistan, so as not to cede room to those who don’t.
Saturday13 July '13A candid account of losing a Lok Sabha election
Friday10 May '13It may be one election away. But social media will have a noticeable impact in 2014
Thursday22 November '12Parties must realise Parliament offers the best way to take their case to the people
Wednesday29 August '12Government should harness the power of social media rather than fight it
Monday16 July '12Pakistan’s civil society is eagerly working to normalise ties. India must reciprocate
Tuesday1 May '12Norms need to be evolved and SOPs established to deal with hostage crises
Wednesday14 March '12Why top-down edicts from the Centre don’t work in our increasingly participatory, state-led politics
Tuesday6 December '11We need to urgently reset the rules of engagement in Parliament
Monday10 October '11The aftermath of natural calamities is often politicised between government and opposition, state and Centre. The Odisha floods, though, might be a different story.
Monday5 September '11How a recalcitrant system has been bullied into changing?
Wednesday3 August '11Why mining became such a problem area and how it can be fixed?
Saturday2 July '11Let’s take stock of the benefits to know that much remains to be done.
Monday6 June '11The conditions for successful cash transfers now exist in India.
Saturday9 April '11How odd that we should undermine democracy in this year of pro-democracy movements
Monday28 March '11In the absence of sorely needed mining reform, the 26 per cent profit-share is a compelling idea.
Monday7 February '11When there is disagreement between government and opposition, our options are all or nothing.
Friday17 December '10Rajya Sabha membership now means party nomination. To be a truly empowered Council of States it needs direct elections.
Friday23 April '10Tharoor forgot that to change the rules of politics, you must first know them....
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