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Posted on August 21, 2012 | 39 CommentsNote: This is a translation of Pratap Simha’s column titled, Deshapremakkinta doddade dharmaprema? which appeared in Kannada Prabha on August 18, 2012. The picture used in this piece is taken from the original. Comments and criticism are welcome as always. August 8, in the Indian...
Posted on July 19, 2012 | 3 CommentsMy oped entitled Justice Delivered on the Best Bakery judgment was published in One India today. Comments and criticism welcome as always. The Bombay High Court’s verdict on the Best Bakery case delivered on 9 July is in many ways a landmark judgment. The hearing,...
Posted on July 9, 2012 | 55 CommentsIn a highly communally-charged article, the Hindu reports on a supposed “housing apartheid” that seems to exist in Delhi. Although the piece is focussed on Delhi, one can’t help feeling that the content of the piece can be extrapolated to other Indian cities and reach...
Posted on June 17, 2012 | 26 CommentsNote: This is a translation of journalist Pratap Simha’s original essay titled Matte Eddiruva Hale Vivadada Nepadallaadaru Avarannu Nenapisikollabekenisitu Ashte (Literal: Felt like remembering him again in the wake of the controversy that has erupted again) in Kannada in May 2009, published in Vijaya Karnataka....
Posted on June 4, 2012 | 156 CommentsAshis Nandy lives in and endorses a world where an open call for murder is termed as a diplomatic communication and an expression of grievance becomes an act of extremism. But that isn’t all. Anything that Hindus do to assert their self-respect, to hold their...
Posted on February 29, 2012 | 64 CommentsAre death anniversaries celebrated? “Celebrated” is an unfortunate choice of word to use in the same breath as “death.” And no, that word choice is not mine. It is the media’s. Somebody’s death anniversary is not celebrated unless that person is someone like Stalin. Speaking...
Posted on January 4, 2012 | 47 CommentsWhen even a man like Richard Nixon called Harvard the “Kremlin on the Charles,” he probably didn’t envision in how many horrible ways that would eventually ring true. In late 2010, Harvard, instead of doing the right and honourable thing, simply went ahead and showed...
Posted on November 5, 2011 | 408 CommentsSo we already saw how Angana Chatterji’s anthropological heart bleeds for every atrocity, brutality, and massacre committed in the name of liberating people and fighting against neo-imperialism. The fact that she finds America, not Saudi Arabia or Pakistan a very conducive place to pontificate on...
Posted on August 25, 2011 | 190 CommentsThis was published today in the Pioneer. Comments and criticism welcome as always. Modi-baiters stand unmasked August 25, 2011 Sandeep B A sizeable section of the English media has been suspiciously enthusiastic about touting allegations as proof as far as the 2002 Gujarat violence is...
Posted on August 9, 2011 | 167 CommentsMy wait didn’t go in vain. I knew it the moment the world learned that the Norwegian lunatic-killer took inspiration from a vast range of literature critical of Islam, Marxists and their fellow travellers and that literature included writings that emanated from people sympathetic to...