By Pratap Bhanu Mehta It is a paradox of our times that we seem to have both too much outrage and too little. Internationally, the horrific killing of university students in Garissa by terrorists has once again ignited the debate over ... South Asia Monitor, 2 weeks ago
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THIS refers to Pratap Bhanu Mehta's article Losing the plots (IE, March 12). The current debate over land acquisition seems to establish that the Narendra Modi government, in its attempt to encourage the corporate sector, has undermined the concerns ...Indian Express, 1 month ago
By Pratap Bhanu Mehta The prime minister's emphatic reminder at the celebration of two Christian saints that no one should be targeted for being who they are should allay fears that the normative standards of Indian politics have turned ...South Asia Monitor, 2 months ago
IIT-Bombay. While the Home Ministry has decided to put grants from US-based Ford Foundation under the prior approval category and also on its watch list in the interest of national security, some government-backed educational and research ...Indian Express, 1 day ago
Joyeeta Bhattacharjee 17 April 2015 Analysis Last week Bangladesh celebrated the Bengali New Year, the biggest festival of the country with much fanfare. Celebration of Bengali New Year has special significance for the country as it marks ...Observer India, 6 days ago
Continued from Volume XI, Issue 43 Drawing on the hypothesis of the Environmental Kuznets Curve (EKC), last week's column ended with a rather sceptical observation that the problem of local pollution in Delhi is getting disproportionate attention ...Observer India, 1 week ago
India seems to have more history wars than a genuinely historical consciousness. Representing the past is fraught with controversy. This is even more so when the contemporary political stakes of history are high, writes Pratap Bhanu Mehta. ReadRediff.com, 1 week ago
Satish Misra 10 April 2015 Analysis Land, over which many battles and even wars have been fought since time immemorial, is once again an issue over which the BJP-led NDA government of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the opposition are ...Observer India, 1 week ago
By: Shantanu Guha Ray ...Is the bureaucrat's mantra in Delhi's corridors of power, and it is paralysing PM Modi's efforts to get his govt going On a pleasant mid-March morning in Delhi, attendance at an Avadhi lunch for bureaucrats at the Noida ...Bangalore Mirror, 2 weeks ago File it. Push it. Forget it... Pune Mirror, 3 weeks ago File it, Push it. Forget it ... AhmedabadMirror.com, 3 weeks ago
When British Prime Minister David Cameron unveiled a bronze statue to honour India's founding father, Mohandas Gandhi, he might not have realized it, but he gave an unintended shot in the arm to Indian Gandhians. Television networks in India ...MSN Canada, 1 month ago
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