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Sep 28, 2016

How India can use economic ties as tactical weapon to disturb China-Pakistan bonhomie

Diplomatic isolation and the international shaming of Pakistan is one way to go about it. But it is not likely to make much of a difference to a country that already has a poor reputation #CPEC #Foreign policy #Gwadar Port #India Pakistan relations #India-China relations #InMyOpinion #trade

Sep 26, 2016

Post Uri attack, can PM Narendra Modi make ‘bhakts’ re-imagine him as the leader of the country?

The country’s bizarre fascination for the word ‘strong’ is going strong. Count the number of times it comes on your television screen, particularly after Prime Minister Narendra Modi makes a statement, and you realise the fascination borders on the pathological. #bhakts #BJP govt #CriticalPoint #India #Kozhikode #Modi bhakts #PM Narendra Modi #Prime Minister #Uri terror attack

Sep 25, 2016

Triple talaq: When will Muslim intellectuals take up the responsibility?

While it is interesting to note that a few Muslim women intellectuals are leading the charge, and doing well at it, for a change male voices have been more or less inaudible. #All India Muslim Personal Law Board #CriticalPoint #Muslim intellectuals #Muslim personal law #Muslims #Muslims in India #Supreme Court #triple talaq

Sep 23, 2016

Indus Waters Treaty: Hold your horses warmongers, a river attack will lead nowhere

Vikas Swarup was suitably cryptic when he mentioned the Indus Waters Treaty on Thursday. That was cue enough for the war-mongering crowd to visualise a possible Indian post-Uri action. #CriticalPoint #External Affairs Ministry #India #Indo-Pak ties #Indus Waters Treaty #Kashmir #Nawaz Sharif #Pakistan #Uri terror attack #Vikas Swarup

Sep 19, 2016

Uri terror attack: Don’t use ‘strong, befitting, war’ loosely when it comes to Pakistan

Fortunately, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has been measured in his response to the Uri attack as any mature prime minister should be. #India #InMyOpinion #Jammu and Kashmir #Kashmir #Narendra Modi #Pakistan #uri attacks #Uri terror attack

Sep 18, 2016

Uri terror attack: Dear govt, if you choose to strike, keep media jingoists out

It’s time for the government to respond to the Uri attack. If the response is not adequate and proportionate to the damage caused, then it could end up with egg on its face. #India #InMyOpinion #J&K #Jammu and Kashmir #NewsTracker #Pakistan #Uri Attack

Sep 17, 2016

Delhi stung by chikungunya, dengue: Why AAP should worry about its acts of indiscretion

While there is no denying that the AAP has been subject to the harshest of scrutiny and the worst of hounding in the last couple of years, what should worry the new party is not the action of political rivals but its own acts of indiscretion. #AAP #Arvind Kejriwal #chikungunya Delhi #Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal #Dengue Delhi #Health Minister Satyendar Jain #Lieutenant Governor Najeeb Jung #Manish Sisodia #Narendra Modi #NewsTracker

Sep 15, 2016

Dengue and Chikungunya: Dear politicians, who turned Delhi’s health so bad?

Finally, people who matter in Delhi have decided to give the politics of cynicism a break and work together to fight chikungunya and dengue, which have assumed epidemic proportions by now. #Arvind Kejriwal #Chikungunya #CriticalPoint #Delhi #Dengue #LG #Najeeb Jung