The Times of India | March 2021
Thursday, March 25, 2021
Wednesday, March 10, 2021
The Print | March 2021
It will lead to flight of capital from Haryana
A new form of License Raj will bring anxiety to job seekers
It will fail in the courts
It undermine’s Modi’s vision of one India
It will slow national recovery
Haryana govt’s claims don’t hold
Why are bad, self-defeating laws legislated?
Thursday, December 03, 2020
Tuesday, November 03, 2020
Thursday, September 17, 2020
India’s language conundrum: The National Education Policy has skirted elegantly a political minefield. But the obstacle is the teacher
The Times of India | September 2020
In 1947, a weary Britain packed up and left India, leaving behind absent-mindedly the English language and a headache for Indians. Ever since, we’ve been quarrelling over the place of English in our lives, particularly in what language to teach our children. The latest to join the debate is the National Education Policy (NEP), which to its credit, has skirted elegantly a political minefield, coming up with an answer that has satisfied almost everyone, offending only those who insisted on being offended. But the obstacle is the teacher.
Saturday, August 01, 2020
Friday, April 17, 2020
India faces sophie’s choice: The government’s tragic lockdown dilemma is that it has to pick between lives
The Times of India | April 2020
The old idea that civilisation is destroyed from within, not from without, has been turned upside down. In just a few weeks a virus ten-thousandth of a millimetre in diameter has spread around the world like wildfire from a market in Wuhan, to threaten our civilised order. How we respond to the moral dilemmas raised by Covid-19 will reflect on our values and the number of lives we save.