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Prem Shankar Jha

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Cauvery Calling: A Daring Venture That Must Be Allowed To Succeed

Cauvery Calling: A Daring Venture That Must Be Allowed To Succeed

Sep 04, 2019

Cauvery Calling, an initiative taken by the Isha foundation, is a powerful reminder of how it can be used to improve peoples’ lives.

Opinion | Abolition Of Article 370 In Jammu & Kashmir Reeks Of RSS's Hindutva Doctrine. Why This Brutal Step?

Opinion | Abolition Of Article 370 In Jammu & Kashmir Reeks Of RSS's Hindutva Doctrine. Why This Brutal Step?

Aug 08, 2019

The Centre is prepared and willing to take on any living Kashmiri that challenges its decision to knock J&K off its perch, writes Prem Shankar Jha

Opinion: Scrapping Article 370 Is Nothing But Road To Self-Destruction For India

Opinion: Scrapping Article 370 Is Nothing But Road To Self-Destruction For India

Aug 06, 2019

What was the need to amend article 370 now, and do so in a way that showed brutal contempt not only for the Kashmiris but also for the Constitution of India?

Opinion | FM's Decision Restricting Access To Journalists A Reminder That We Have Entered Twilight Years Of Democracy

Opinion | FM's Decision Restricting Access To Journalists A Reminder That We Have Entered Twilight Years Of Democracy

Jul 11, 2019

The PIB accreditation, which has, till now, allowed accredited correspondents to enter a ministry without having to sign in, or reveal whom they intend to visit, has preserved this anonymity. It has therefore been the essential catalyst in the creation of a vigorous civil society in India, writes Prem Shankar Jha

The Opportunities From Climate Change

The Opportunities From Climate Change

Dec 12, 2015

From the 14th Darbari Seth Memorial Lecture

Choreographed Mob

Choreographed Mob

Oct 09, 2015

What one saw in Bisara was a false flag operation

Paradox Regained: Killing The Peace

Paradox Regained: Killing The Peace

Jul 10, 2015

The unrelenting tyranny of an unaccountable police force pushes Kashmiri youth back to a brink far more radical than ever before

Delhi’s Class Jung

Delhi’s Class Jung

Jun 04, 2015

The social dangers of choking Delhi’s AAP Govt

Long Road To Reconciliation

Long Road To Reconciliation

May 08, 2015

Modi Govt must reassure Pakistan that the purpose of forming a coalition with the PDP in J&K was not to cut Pakistan out of the search for a solution.

Circle Of Unreason

Circle Of Unreason

Apr 10, 2015

Obama’s wise turn towards moderation can bring peace to West Asia

To Raise A Siege

To Raise A Siege

Mar 05, 2015

To stop its further ruination, Pakistan must make peace with India

The Numbers, Juggled

The Numbers, Juggled

Feb 20, 2015

The CSO’s new GDP data is more sleight of hand than the reality

George’s Medicine

George’s Medicine

Jan 09, 2015

A man who stood by his convictions, even if it offended others

Experiments In Democracy

Experiments In Democracy

Dec 12, 2014

At a time when India was riven with poverty and communal riots, Nehru’s missives to his chief ministers are a model of sagacity, persuasion and statecraft

Use Argument, Not Stones

Use Argument, Not Stones

Feb 05, 2011

Why civil society must not let key democratic reforms drown in cynicism

Our Accursed Cassandras

Our Accursed Cassandras

Mar 14, 2009

Why India seals its ears to the warning bells at its own peril

It's Either You Or Rasputin

It's Either You Or Rasputin

Sep 27, 2008

New Delhi, Kashmiri leaders owe it to the people: to work at peace again

The Dual Use Of Debate

The Dual Use Of Debate

Sep 13, 2008

Why conduct N-tests when accurate, N-armed missiles will deter better?

It's The Moneybags Who Lost In Amarnath

It's The Moneybags Who Lost In Amarnath

Sep 06, 2008

Kashmiri business interests were the real reason behind the whole row

The Hawk On The King's Shoulder

The Hawk On The King's Shoulder

Aug 30, 2008

Last week's crackdown in the Valley was the NSA's idea. And a bad one.

No Peace At Gunpoint

No Peace At Gunpoint

Aug 23, 2008

The surprisingly peaceful stir in the Valley spoke the language of mutual trust

India's Phantom Limb Is Paining Again

India's Phantom Limb Is Paining Again

Aug 16, 2008

The trouble is that this time it wasn't separatists who sparked the fire

Cut The Nose To Cure Cold

Cut The Nose To Cure Cold

Aug 02, 2008

India literally imported global inflation. Why beat domestic growth for it?

Conscience Slinks In

Conscience Slinks In

Jul 26, 2008

The vote for the UPA was the whisper of national interest growing loud

The Moral Contortionist

The Moral Contortionist

Jul 19, 2008

Vendetta on his mind, Karat doesn't worry about undermining his party

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