Vinay Sitapati The Indian Express Group
Saturday 14 December '13That's what the AAP can now help bring in.
Wednesday 15 May '13On CBI reform, the court stepped in where the government failed. But that cannot be the end of the story
Thursday25 April '13At a time when democracy is seen to be beyond repair, Justice Verma taught us that change happens when good people work within the limits of institutions
Thursday4 April '13The Novartis verdict is not about innovation vs socialism. It has to do with higher vs lower standards
Thursday7 March '13The petition by academics and activists against Modi’s talk at Wharton misunderstands what a university stands for
Friday4 January '13Even as Indian women seek more control over their lives, they face greater violence. What explains this contradiction, and what is to be done?
Monday24 December '12Since they are in the bottom half of the merit list of the UPSC exam, they are likely to be under-represented in senior government service decades later
Monday19 November '12Bal Thackeray’s passion for his own freedom of expression did not extend to others
Thursday8 November '12Obama’s real challenge after re-election is to repair the twin pillars of the American Dream, prosperity and social mobility
Wednesday7 December '11How nepotism and merit feed each other
Wednesday17 August '11Why the new corporate middle class has so much sympathy for Anna?
Friday4 June '10After the Centre partially conceded their demands, a group of disabled people on Wednesday called off their hunger strike held to protest...
Wednesday9 June '10No, it holds a mirror to what our politics has become....
Saturday29 May '10Even if it’s Canada’s business to judge Indian officialdom, their intervention could skew internal debate....
Thursday6 May '10The science of crime detection is a work in progress....
Wednesday28 April '10A debate is on over the specific questions to be asked in the 2011 Census to determine the actual number of disabled in the country....
Saturday24 April '10As allegations fly against Indian Premier League Commissioner Lalit Modi, one specific allegation is that Multi-Screen Media paid US dollars 80 million as ‘facilitation fees’ to reacquire the telecast...
Thursday22 April '10Can words change society? It is a question that is increasingly being asked of our higher judiciary.
Wednesday14 April '10In the Orwellian world we live in, euphemisms aren’t the province of the state alone. The one that irks me most is “People’s Tribunal”.
Wednesday3 February '10Outside, the few protesters braving a muggy London morning waved “Jail Tony” banners. Inside, Lincoln’s Inn lawyer and three-time British premier...
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