Pratap Bhanu Mehta The Indian Express Group
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Wednesday 1 January '14A new democratic experimentalism is in the air.
Wednesday 25 December '13The Ugly Indian and the Ugly American have rediscovered each other.
Wednesday18 December '13There is no passion for growth, and no one is taking up the cudgels on its behalf.
Thursday12 December '13By upholding Section 377, the court has undermined constitutional values.
Monday9 December '13The Congress is identified with a tottering, corrupt and incompetent old order.
Tuesday3 December '13Elites assert innocence not by being exemplary, but by being shrill.
Wednesday27 November '13What India can learn from the debate on secular stagnation in the West.
Wednesday20 November '13Evasion or silence cannot be a response to the surveillance controversy.
Friday15 November '13Indiaís high decibel politics misses a serious engagement with the future.
Friday8 November '13The perils of a bureaucratic and legal imagination that disdains politics.
Thursday31 October '13The South Asia project founders because we donít have the imagination for it.
Wednesday23 October '13We need to ask why courtís efforts to clean up are not bringing clarity, accountability.
Tuesday8 October '13A new party is beginning to open up new spaces of conversation
Friday4 October '13UPA didnít make a nuanced case for contesting the judgment on convicted MPs.
Wednesday25 September '13Our institutions have lost the credibility to project the truth.
Thursday19 September '13Muzaffarnagar challenges ingrained assumptions on secularism and diversity.
Friday30 August '13Anti-superstition laws enshrine paternalism, diminish the moral importance of the harm committed and make citizens less responsible.
Wednesday28 August '13Congress has a story around the welfare state. Whatís BJPís response?
Wednesday21 August '13Institutional disrepair lies at the heart of the economic breakdown.
Thursday15 August '13The deeper premises that led to Partition still shape politics in South Asia
IT ALL STARTS HERE
Pawan Khera and Shashi Tharoor's defence of the UPA, as rejoinders to articles by Pratap Bhanu Mehta and Shekhar Gupta, displays how political sycophancy can distort perception. They are written to ensure their status in the party. Madhu Trehan A people in despair, a government in wonderland Comments