The Long Read

The Long Read

A Nation for Farmers: Part III

The new government has the mandate to initiate landmark agrarian reforms; does it have the political will?

June 11,2019

Lead Opinion

The Rafale judgment is historic

It is our “Pentagon Papers” moment.

April 11,2019

Elections 2019

Election Advertising on Social Media Platforms

Is the Election Commission of India Outsourcing Regulation to the Private Sector?

April 7,2019

The Long Read

Part II : A Nation for Farmers

Poor policy implementation, lack of agricultural infrastructure are killing India’s rural economy.

April 1,2019

EnvironmentLabour RightsSupreme CourtThe Long ReadTransparency and Accountability

Minerals: A Shared Inheritance for Future Generations

The National Mineral Policy 2019 lays a systematic foundation for the implementation of the Intergenerational Equity Principle. While rooted in the Constitution, some steps need to be taken quickly to reduce uncertainty to the mining industry.

March 30,2019

Elections 2019

On the EVM Trail.

A backgrounder, as the petitions come to a head before the Supreme Court.

March 25,2019

Law and Citizenship

Today a citizen, tomorrow an enemy

A Critical Analysis of The Enemy Property Act, 2017.

March 24,2019

Analysis

Justice A K Sikri and the Death Penalty

 An Uncertain Legacy.

March 24,2019

The Long Read

Part I : A Nation for Farmers

Why we urgently need the Freedom from Indebtedness Bill and Right to Guaranteed Remunerative MSP?

March 20,2019

Elections 2019

When Big Data topples the Secret Ballot

The threat to Indian democracy.

March 19,2019

Opinion

Should India revisit Indus treaty?

Is there a third option that could benefit India and Pakistan?

March 16,2019

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