articles by Chander Suta Dogra

Politics

Why AAP may have caught people’s imagination but it doesn’t guarantee a win in Punjab

There are too many political and social dynamics that are at play during the Punjab Assembly elections, and this makes any prediction a risky exercise

India

Tough march to justice: Why India’s court martial system needs freedom from military hierarchy

The institution of court-martial today acts more as a wing or an extension of the convening authority, rather than being a standalone independent body

Politics

In Haryana, Lok Sabha polls are just a dry run

The political landscape of Haryana is looking unprecedentedly cluttered and messy in the run-up to the voting this month

India

#MeToo in India: Survivors should take cue from Rupan Deol Bajaj, make their fights razor-sharp, legally tenable

Rupan Deol Bajaj secured a conviction under two archaic sections of the Indian Penal Code, invoking them exclusively for the first time in 128 years since the IPC was drafted by the British in 1860.

India

Narendra Modi’s solar mission: Success of Diu and indifference of Chandigarh show that this green initiative has a long way to go

However noble the intention behind the solar mission, Chandigarh's case shows ramming it down throats of unprepared people could raise unforeseen problems.

India

Kasauli shooting shows Himachal Pradesh Police afflicted by deep-set malaise and unprofessionalism

The malaise in the Himachal Pradesh police force began much before Kasauli and even before the botched investigation of the Kotkhai rape and murder.