ECONOMIC TIMES | While India’s aversion to secessionism has much to commend itself, Scotland’s case is a little different.
NDTV | He should worry about the activities of his communal friends, not the imagined sins of ‘secular’ foes
NDTV | I questioned the PM’s silence on the BJP’s communal propaganda in UP. His supporters on the show defended that propaganda. With spokesmen and friends like these, Modi doesn’t need enemies.
AL JAZEERA | Taken together, the Indian prime minister’s first 100 days in office have seen both fair portents and dark omens.
RAJYA SABHA TV | It is wrong for the Modi government to appoint Justice Sathasivam as Governor and wrong for the former Chief Justice to accept this unusual offer.
NDTV HINDI | The question that interests me most is the mindset behind this decision
BUSINESS STANDARD | Sticking points in the India-Japan nuclear deal and how Tokyo can fix them
THE TIMES OF INDIA | For years, Pakistan opposed moving ahead on other issues citing the Kashmir dispute. Is India now doing the same?
HEADLINES TODAY | Parties have won and lost power at the Centre in the past but never before have we seen supporters of the winner behaving in this manner
MINT | Just how misplaced this strategy is can be seen from the number of times India resolved not to talk to Pakistan because it was unhappy with Islamabad, only to back off with its primary goals unmet.
FORBES | The Modi power vertical has quickly asserted itself as the dominant force in the Indian system, serving notice to all pillars of the state that it will not be restrained or intimidated by their influence or oversight.
NDTV | The Modi government has strengthened the hands of Pakistan’s military and the political ecosystem it supports, and also set a bar for future dialogue that is too high
NDTV | The changes being contemplated will affect the Indian judiciary – and the Indian polity and society — for years to come. It’s best to get them right.
QUARTZ | The crisis of the Indian media is also primarily a crisis of its business model and this is where the TRAI report delivers its deadliest blows.