Ramachandra Guha
Ramachandra Guha

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  • 'The Man Who Gets Things Done'

    Khushwant Singh has just entered his 100th year. Time to recall an essay detailing why he once extolled Sanjay Gandhi, just the way a brash, bullying politician is currently being saluted

    BY Ramachandra Guha February 9, 2014

    'The Man Who Gets Things Done'
  • 'Need For A Judicial Enquiry'

    We are deeply saddened at the indiscriminate killing of 18 adivasis in Kottaguda Panchayat of Bijapur district as part of the security force’s combing operations.

    BY Ramachandra Guha July 1, 2012

    'Need For A Judicial Enquiry'
  • Debating Anna Hazare

    Does the movement provide us a great opportunity for national regeneration? Could it grow by involving intellectuals of all shades? Could it have a lasting impact? Or will a marked megalomaniac tendency, stoked by television, mar it for ever?

    BY Ramachandra Guha August 31, 2011

    Debating Anna Hazare
  • Unacknowledged Victims

    More deprived and dispossessed than the Dalits - or Muslims - the Adivasis remain not just marginal but invisible. Crushed in the violent war between the State and the Maoists

    BY Ramachandra Guha April 13, 2010

    Unacknowledged Victims
  • Disband Salwa Judum

    An Independent Citizens Initiative visits different parts of Dantewara District in Chhattisgarh and appeals to the government to "announce an unconditional cease-fire and call the Maoists for a National Dialogue on all issues that concern the well-be

    BY Ramachandra Guha July 14, 2006

    Disband Salwa Judum
  • Announce A Cease-Fire

    An Independent Citizens Initiative visits different parts of Dantewara District in Chhattisgarh and appeals to the CPI (Maoist) to respond to their "call for a national dialogue, announce a cease-fire and agree to be party to any approach that benefi

    BY Ramachandra Guha July 14, 2006

    Announce A Cease-Fire
  • The Absent Liberal

    Liberals dominated the intellectual landscape in the 50s and 60s, but more recently they have become an endangered species -- squeezed out by the identity politics of the left, which holds that caste is and should be the fundamental axis of Indian so

    BY Ramachandra Guha March 30, 2004

    The Absent Liberal
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