What masquerades today as an argument for constitutional morality or political propriety is actually a mask for the politics of malice, vendetta and plain bullying.
The culture of ad-hocism and refusal of the university to strengthen faculties and stabilise financial grants are spelling disaster for teachers and students alike.
Even when SLAPPs are of uncertain merit, they immensely damage prospects of free journalism, fierce criticism and accountability of power.
“Neutrality” that draws equivalences in order shame the liberal voice into not speaking out actually ends up helping the forces of illiberalism.
To protect free speech we have to tolerate what we do not like, sometimes even what we abhor.
Copyright laws the world over acknowledge the importance of access as a way to disseminate knowledge. Why are then people upset that Indian courts want the same?
In times of rural distress, it’s important that the debate around GM technology combines talks about food safety issues with their sociological ramifications.
The Delhi high court’s reasoning in its recent ruling on the division of powers between the elected Delhi government and the appointed lieutenant governor disregards certain norms and conventions of constitutional morality.
It is with caution that promises and claims of biotechnology must be evaluated, even when signed by a hundred Nobel Laureates. We don’t need rocket science to uncover the politics of technology.
Manufactured Anger on Bhagat Singh ‘Revolutionary Terrorist’ Tag is Cover for Sangh’s No Show in Freedom Struggle
If the word terror carries with it a negative connotation today, it is thoughtless to assume that it has always been so, or that it has always carried the same meaning as in present times.