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NMML EC member Pratap Bhanu Mehta resigns as panel goes with 'RSS choice'
DNA India

Nitin Desai rejected NMML head choices

new DELHI: Academic Pratap Bhanu Mehta was not the only one to disagree with the selection process for the new director of the Nehru Memorial Museum & Library. After Mehta resigned, protesting the shortlisting of a former aide of Atal Bihari ... Economic Times, 1 month ago
Pratap Bhanu Mehta resigns from NMML body The Hindu, 1 month ago

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Pratap Bhanu Mehta's shortlisted Colorado professor Mithi Mukerjee, analyst Manisha Priyam

NEW DELHI: Mithi Mukherjee, associate professor of history at the University of Colorado at Boulder and popular political commentator Manisha Priyam were the names shortlisted by dissenting former member of the Nehru Memorial Museum Library (NMML) ...
 Economic Times1 month ago Pratap Bhanu Mehta's picks were Colorado prof Mithi Mukerjee and analyst Manisha Priyam  Economic Times1 month ago

Defamation law: Rules may be less stringent, but judiciary retains control against criticism

In May this year, following the Supreme Court judgment that upheld the validity of the criminal defamation law, Pratap Bhanu Mehta reflected on 'the paradoxes of the current court regime' that "seems reluctant to intervene in cases that impinge upon ...
 Firstpost.com4 weeks ago

Defamation law: How 'constructive criticism' of genuine judicial graft cases remains unbridled

In May this year, following the Supreme Court judgment that upheld the validity of the criminal defamation law, Pratap Bhanu Mehta reflected on 'the paradoxes of the current court regime' that "seems reluctant to intervene in cases that impinge upon ...
 Firstpost.com4 weeks ago
DNA India

Vajpayee's personal secretary Shakti Sinha set to head Nehru Memorial, Mehta resigns in protest

Shakti Sinha is the ministry of culture's pick for Nehru memorial museum and library's next director. Nehru memorial museum and library. (File photo) Briefcase Ministry has finalised Shakti Sinha's name as the memorial's next director. ...
 India Today1 month ago PMO snubs culture ministry on Nehru Memorial top job  DNA India3 weeks ago Nehru library chief rethink  Calcutta Telegraph3 weeks ago Govt killing Nehru Library by picking a babu as head: eminent historians  catchnews.com1 month ago

Govt, regulator, varsity should work in tandem

Regulations should not stifle growth, but they should allow educational institutes to nurture and grow. This was the gist of a discussion on Governance and Culture of Learning in the Indian Higher Education among the educational institutes, the ...
 AhmedabadMirror.com4 days ago
Indian Express

Fools rush in

GST is a reform long delayed. But there may be good reason not to hurry it through now. Deadlines help. Hard ones help even more. After all, years of false starts have turned the goods and services tax (GST) into the boy who cried wolf. Let alone ...
 Indian Express5 days ago

Why India needs cool heads after Kashmir attack

Soutik Biswas India correspondent 20 September 2016 From the section India Image copyright EPA Image caption The militants stormed a base in Uri, close to the Line of Control with Pakistan on Sunday Are India and Pakistan facing a war-like situation ...
 BBC1 week ago India Needs Cool Heads After Kashmir Attack  Qatar Tribune5 days ago Why are Dalits in Narendra Modi's India angry?  BBC1 month ago Why are Dalits in Modi's India angry?  BBC1 month ago

How India's intervention in Bangladesh shaped south Asia

On the night of July 1 this year, five young men attacked a Dhaka cafe and took control of hostages. By the next morning, 29 people were killed. The incident reflected growing Islamist radicalisation of a section of Bangladesh's youth and ...
 Hindustan Times5 days ago

The Uri challenge

The gruesome death of 18 jawans in Uri is, arguably, a defining moment for PM Modis foreign policy. But Indias larger enduring strategic conundrum remains the same. How do you deal with a nuclear state that uses terror as an instrument and which is still bankrolled by major powers? How do you deal with a state where the army has incentives to maintain its centrality, whose identity is marked by resentment? There are no easy or comforting answers. India is well within its rights to ...
 Rediff.com6 days ago
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