January 24, 2020

Kuldip Nayar

  • A Long Shadow
    A Long Shadow

    Lal Bahadur Shastri’s wartime leadership united the entire country

  • Stories Within Stories
    Stories Within Stories

    Some events can be confirmed only by how things unfold later

  • The Night Shastri Died And Other Stories
    The Night Shastri Died And Other Stories

    Vignettes from the veteran journalist's overarching autobiography, a sort of a fly-on-the-wall account from...

  • The House Of Aliens
    The House Of Aliens

    If courts must intervene in legislature, the Rajya Sabha election law is asking for it

  • Ayub And The Fog Of '65
    Ayub And The Fog Of '65

    Let alone India's war plans, did Ayub Khan even know of Bhutto's strategy?

  • Melting Of The Wax
    Melting Of The Wax

    A candle-lit vigil at Wagah is now a people's movement. Can Delhi see the light?

  • What If Indira Gandhi Had Not Declared Emergency?
    What If Indira Gandhi Had Not Declared Emergency?

    Former Prime Minister Indira Gandhi had declared Emergency on June 25, 1975, curbing civil liberties across...

  • Abhor Singularity!
    Abhor Singularity!

    The critique of secularism by Nandy et al confuses tradition with religion

  • On The JP In The BJP
    On The JP In The BJP

    JP gave the BJP legitimacy, and lived to rue it. But, even now, they can't let him be.

  • The End Of An Affair
    The End Of An Affair

    As with any institution, the Rajya Sabha too has been marked horribly by time

  • Fatigue, Insult, Injury
    Fatigue, Insult, Injury

    The BJP is now acting like the Bangladesh Nationalist Party, which has taken off all photos of Sheikh Mujib.

  • The Sovereign Word
    The Sovereign Word

    Who knows which forces will operate behind the mask of foreign equity? Even terrorists can buy shares in...

  • Gandhi, Second Coming
    Gandhi, Second Coming

    Not averse to modern tools, the activists only seek a return to the basic human ideals absent in the age of...

  • India's Crisis Of Change
    India's Crisis Of Change

    If the BJP abjures its communal leanings, we can move towards a two-party system, ideal for a democratic...

  • 'Now Nobody Comes Here'
    'Now Nobody Comes Here'

    ...JP had lamented in his twilight years. Kuldip Nayar remembers India's last conscience-keeper.

  • She Would've Been Safer Here
    She Would've Been Safer Here

    For the West, there are no shades of grey, there is only black and white

  • "We Did Over-Step Sometimes"
    "We Did Over-Step Sometimes"

    In a chat with Kuldip Nayar, ex-chief justice A.M. Ahmadi calls for caution in judicial activism

  • The Divide Is Complete
    The Divide Is Complete

  • The Powers Behind Partition
    The Powers Behind Partition

  • A Tale of Two 'Nations'
    A Tale of Two 'Nations'

    The concept of Pakistan was posterior, not prior, to Hindu-Muslim differences and suspicions.

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