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Jun 27, 2011
Govt, NAC on different planets vis-à-vis civil societyNegotiation with Team Anna was one-off, says Sibal even as Sonia’s NAC seeks framework for pre-legislation consultation with civil society.
Jun 23, 2011
NAC invites 850mn to party without ordering the foodThe National Advisory Council's version of the Food Security Bill will be the greatest piece of social legislation the world has even seen. But it's vision is not matched by an attention to detail: how will it actually generate and finance food security for 850 million people?
Jun 22, 2011
'Mere paas Sonia hai': Why NAC scores over Team AnnaIt's the story of two civil society groups. The Sonia-led National Advisory Council has cleared drafts of the Food Security Bill and the Communal Violence Bill while Anna Hazare and team fight it out on the streets for the Lokpal Bill.
Jun 15, 2011
To gain legitimacy, NAC's members need public vettingEvery democracy needs unelected experts who will advice and offer options. The unelected advisors acquire legitimacy through a process of public vetting. The National Advisory Council of Sonia Gandhi's is not quite there because it is a hand-picked group with no accountability
Jun 13, 2011
Pranab-da, you can pack off the Baba, but what about NAC?The Finance Minister has sought to reclaim lost ground in law-making that has been usurped by civil society activists. But as several opinion-makers are discovering, the original sin is that of the Congress for outsourcing its powers to Sonia Gandhi's NAC.
Jun 11, 2011
NAC's idea of minorities is irrelevant - and dangerousThe idea of majority or minority is outdated. There are no real majorities and minorities in India, and the Communal Violence Bill is just an effort to sharpen the divide between communities. It is time Sonia Gandhi and the NAC stopped playing with fire.
May 30, 2011
9 reasons why the Communal Violence Bill is itself communalThe NAC-drafted Communal Violence Bill is a disaster. It shows how creating a law on the basis of one Gujarat tragedy can derail the larger goal of communal harmony. It needs to be jettisoned for it will exacerbate communalism and damage the federal structure of India.
Dec 30, 2006
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Nov 27, 2006
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