September 24, 2020
Pratap Bhanu Mehta

Pratap Bhanu Mehta

  • A Stolen Momentum
    A Stolen Momentum

    Lesson for the GoI-to-be: growth is not a panacea, but if it falters, all else does too, even a re-election

  • The Tyranny Of Identity By Decree
    The Tyranny Of Identity By Decree

    The beauty of a sociologically porous entity, with free individuals, has been spoilt

  • To Look At The World, And Be Looked At
    To Look At The World, And Be Looked At

    What does it take to retain a magazine’s identity, sustain reader interest? A lot more than platitudes. An...

  • Tocsin For An Ancien Regime
    Tocsin For An Ancien Regime

    A deep thirst for change in India must be met by the monolithic state

  • Storm In An Old Tea Cup
    Storm In An Old Tea Cup

    She’s impetuous, honest, a gadfly. But for all her courage, Mamata’s change is painted in borrowed Red.

  • NonAlignment 2.0
    NonAlignment 2.0

    A foreign and strategic policy for India in the twenty first century

  • Beyond Club And Cabal
    Beyond Club And Cabal

    Democracy just got a bit more democratised. Thank the economy.

  • Doing Poorly: A Lateral Section
    Doing Poorly: A Lateral Section

    A virtuoso study of poverty employs anthropological rigour, is shot with psychological insight, plumps for...

  • There’s Life After Next Monday
    There’s Life After Next Monday

    Fully loaded magazine? Not if it’s only short-range fire.

  • Articles Of Faith: Religion, Secularism And The Indian Supreme Court
    Articles Of Faith: Religion, Secularism And The Indian Supreme Court

    A clear, concise documentation of the argument that the Indian state, through law, actively shapes and...

  • A Bet On The People
    A Bet On The People

    Universal suffrage, our path to social change

  • A Decade Of Hope
    A Decade Of Hope

    Education and Equality are central to India's future because they not only define the content of our power;...

  • ‘Doing’ Justice
    ‘Doing’ Justice

    Justice can’t ignore lives we are capable of leading, argues Amartya Sen

  • Book Of Blunders
    Book Of Blunders

    The UPA squandered the opportunity to deliver on good governance

  • 'Politics Of Innuendo'
    'Politics Of Innuendo'

    Eminent Indians speak up in support of Sonal Shah: 'We are dismayed by attempts to draw Sonal Shah's name...

  • Saint(Hood)Lum
    Saint(Hood)Lum

    Kakkar wants to have both Freud and Hinduism and ends up taming both too much in the process.

  • All Actors Onstage Please
    All Actors Onstage Please

    Development challenges need to go beyond the simplistic arguments

  • Swiss Knife Politics
    Swiss Knife Politics

    That is reservations. Add bad education, and you have a social time bomb.

  • 18-Karat Light
    18-Karat Light

    The Left is never right. So we dismiss our comrades. But they do raise questions well worth asking.

  • What Do We Stand For?
    What Do We Stand For?

    A nation of great entitlement in history is at the crossroads. The ideals it was built on have weakened,...

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